Lots of people seem to like this post, so thought it would be a good one to reblog on Halloween 🙂
If you go out for a walk today you never know what you might find……in this case a spooky house. On my recent exploration of Kings Lynn, I just snapped anything that stood still long enough, which included a lot of buildings that looked interesting. It wasn’t until I started to research them that I now know what I snapped. On my way to see St Nicholas Church I saw a little white house right next to the railings of the church.
Going through the gates and looking at the side of the building, I thought what an odd little building with the door straight on to the churchyard, why would that be there. I now know that the house was attached to the church and one way that a Catholic priest could progress through the church was to hold the position of Exorcist. The building is said to be…
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What a marvelous Halloween house! So old, graves outside the side door (which shouldn’t be there) and a ghost story to boot. I’m getting shivers just thinking about it. Thanks!
Glad its given you the shivers, in the nicest possible way……Yes it is a bit spooky just taking photos of it, but a lot of people have looked at it over the last year, just shows we all like a bit of spookiness 🙂
It certainly is 🙂