Tuesday, 29 March 2016

The Ghostly Locations of Dr James

If you've read M.R. James' ghost stories, you're familiar with his account of his childhood home turf in East Anglia, His guidebook, Suffolk and Norfolk, is also worth a look, giving lots of background to the kind of places that helped inspire his tales. Now a blog, Eastscapes, has posted some very fine photos of sites mentioned in the guide, and very atmospheric they are. Here are a couple that certainly evoke Monty's tales.

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