Built in 1875, Hurworth Grange Community Centre in the village of Hurworth-on-Tees, Durham, England, has had a long and varied history, from private residence of a wealthy Quaker banking family to its modern-day use as a well-loved community centre. In 2003, a chilling story emerged that the once family Anne and Arthur were found brutally murdered inside the upper floor of the Grange. It is believed foul play was to blame as there were stab wounds to their necks and weirdly, to both of their eyes. The killer, who got the infamous name Eye Ripper, has never been caught and perhaps roams the streets of Hurworth to this day...