18 January 2020 | Haunted houses, Your Stories, Your True Encounters
I came across this intriguing story this afternoon and thought I would post it here. Sorry about the book plug at then end (not my book!)…
In 1979 a team of researchers followed a series of clues left in an early seventeenth-century painting to discover a mysterious gemstone said to have belong to Mary Queen of Scots. When it was taken to an old Victorian house in the heart of England all hell broke loose. Perhaps the most remarkable true account of historical mystery and the paranormal ever told.
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