The 'Ship Inn' at Dunwich -Once a haunt of smugglers. Now a quiet, idyllic village, surrounded by nature reserves, heathland and beach, only the romantic ruins of Dunwich monastery remain to hint at the fate of this once thriving medieval port claimed by the waves during a terrible storm. It's said you can still hear the peal of the church bells beneath the waves. Surrounded by fruit trees, gardens and a few steps from the beach and surrounding heathland. You won't find fresher fish!
Entire novel written on the walls of abandoned home. / Un roman entier écrit sur les murs d'une maison à l'abandon.
Haaaa! Bâtiment Bâtiment est une installation en miroir de l’artiste Leandro Erlich.
Inspired 'Stangcliffe' the headland in my novellas and The Coble Inn
Treasure Holt, Essex dates back to 1138 surrounded by tales of witchcraft and murder. When a brick floor was being relaid in 1928 workers found leather buckles, human bones and a token dated from 1793. Many apparitions have been reported on and around the grounds a woman wandering around in the lounge, a monk seen walking about a foot or so above the floor, a lady with blond hair sitting near the fireplace and the ghost of a highwayman hanging near the corner of the building…