Tuesday, May 18

Borley Rectory

I'm back from my little vacation, and here's a few creepy pics of Borley Rectory, one of the most haunted places in England.
A picture from Life magazine of Borley Rectory

An image captured by a workman of a mysterious brick floating in the air.

The ghostly monk of Borley Rectory.

When writing was discovered on the walls of the Rectory, a researcher started to write replies asking for more information, and more strange scribbles and writings appeared.

What do you think? Leave a comment about what you've heard of Borley Rectory, and whether you believe the stories are true.


  1. my niece was doing research on the Borley Rectory and couldn't figure out what the writing and she still can't.

  2. I do believe in ghosts, and this place really made me believe!!!!!

  3. i don't believe in ghosts, but i believe that spirits might roam our lands, since i heard of this place i believe that spirits are stuck here!

  4. look further at the message.... read it again

  5. I think it's a great story--but also all made up and faked by Marianne Foyster. If there was THAT many 'paranormal incidents' with investigators there for years and yet, suspiciously, nothing captured on film or recording--"flying brick" is interesting, but could easily be just that--a brick one of the workman was throwing out of the ruble. I still think (true or not) it's one of the best ghost stories/haunted house stories.