The Alleged Haunting of B – House

The Alleged Haunting of B – House

by Various Authors
     
 

It was in 1892 that Lord Bute first heard of the matter. It was not, as stated by The Times correspondent in that journal for June 8, 1897, in or from London, but at Falkland, in Fifeshire, and in the following manner:--
There is no public chapel at Falkland, and the private chapel in the house is attended by a variety of priests, who usually come only from…  See more details below

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It was in 1892 that Lord Bute first heard of the matter. It was not, as stated by The Times correspondent in that journal for June 8, 1897, in or from London, but at Falkland, in Fifeshire, and in the following manner:--
There is no public chapel at Falkland, and the private chapel in the house is attended by a variety of priests, who usually come only from Saturday to Monday. Lord Bute's diary for the second week in August 1892 contains the following entries:--
"Saturday, August 6th.--Father H----, S.J., came.
"Sunday, August 7th.--In afternoon with Father H---- and John [Lord Dumfries] to Palace, and then with him to the Gruoch's Den. He gives us a long account of the psychical disturbances at B----; noises between his bed and the ceiling, like continuous explosion of petards, so that he could not hear himself speak, &c. &c.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011901263
Publisher:
New Century Books
Publication date:
11/30/2010
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