Monday, 5 July 2010

The White Lady??

As I ran down the hall,
the lights flickered and went low.....






















Ifelt a cold shiver run thru me,
I kept running to the door,
as I opened the door to flee,I
glanced back over my shoulder,,,,,

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And------------ There she was.

The White Lady dissappeared into the alcove??

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I hope that you all have enjoyed my tale and
Altho my story was made up ----

The White Lady At Crook Hall is said to be true.
and also true of the rooms,alcove, and stairs.
.The most likely time to see her is on the Shortest day.
So - A visit to Durham, Crook Hall and Gardens is a must for your list to visit.
You will enjoy and dont forget to have a Cream Tea there as well, warm,homemade scone.mmmm.
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14 comments:

Sunny said...

LOL! Well done! I enjoyed every minute.
☼ Sunny

Dave said...

Sounds like you had a great time there imac. Thanks for the tour and the great pics.

Craver Vii said...

The story was entertaining. As for me, there is only one ghost I look for... the Holy Ghost.

That face in the brick wall (previous post) gave me the shivers. Brrrr! Nicely done.

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

What was the drink?

Jan said...

I have enjoyed this mini series cant wait for your next ruse hee hee ..love Jan xx

Dar said...

Did you also know that, the longer you stare at the White Lady, the more faint she becomes until she disappears into the darkness.?
BlessYourHeartStewart

George said...

Since I'm getting caught up on my visits I didn't have to wait between installments. I thoroughly enjoyed your search for the White Lady and the pictures you provided. I think your imagination is as good as your photography.

Starnitesky said...

I was sure she was there! I enjoyed the adventure looking for her.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I enjoyed your tale, Stewart.... You need to write a book about ghosts.... You could do it!!!!!
Betsy

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I enjoyed your tale, Stewart.... You need to write a book about ghosts.... You could do it!!!!!
Betsy

Krista said...

suspense-filled and just creepy enough! :o) I loved this story. Your photographs of the setting were really great and your narration was fun. I love spooky old buildings like that!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: What a neat tale.

Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful story, and I'm delighted by these pictures!
Léia

Rick said...

Nice tale, told with very interesting photos!