This letter from our team member , Mr. Robert Crabtree , from UK
If you dont see the pictures here you can see them in my linkedin.com under steve ramsey, phd.
He is a photographer interested in old sites, graveyard pictures, museum, historical sites, and the paranormal.
I’ll be glad when the covid restrictions are eased as I have a few places I want to visit. There’s a town here called Amersham where a programme on TV claimed it is the most haunted town in England. It has a lot of history. A pub called the Crown Inn has two bedrooms that they will only give to people asking for an experience!
They have had customers running out into the street in the night clothes, Rooms 12 and 16. I don’t think I’ll need to book? There’s a castle up north East that has a torture chamber that’s still as it was 300 years ago and that place is very active.
In meantime I’m doing quite a lot of reading. I have a book by Lord Dowding who was the Air Chief Marshal during the 2nd world war. He was a clairvoyant and used to visit Ireland’s west coast quite a lot.
He always had a following of a number of young RAF pilots with him. The pilots thought the world of him whereas the powers above in the RAF, ministry and Government weren’t so keen.
He didn’t care though. Pilots killed in spitfires communicated to him that debris came through there windscreens and killed them, so he went to Parliament and demanded bullet proof glass be installed.
He said if the gangsters in Chicago had it in their cars his pilots should, and he got it saving many lives. He was a very educated man but he was no snob and was happy talking to anyone. My pal Errol was like that.
He worked at the Science museum in London, wrote books and did programmes for TV. He was one of a group of divers with me where we went to extreme places like the Blasket Islands in Dhingle, Ireland (where they made the film “Ryan’s Daughter”. We met him there but at first couldn’t find him.
He was in the back of a greengrocers shop sat talking to an old man at a table that was eating his dinner. When we arrived the lady owner cleared the old man off and sat us all at the table each with a pint of guinness. Errol is the guy that created my Conger Bob picture. I miss him; anyway I’d better get out and take some more pictures,
Deer Watching the distant forest at night for something that spooked her, and the bright orb close to her.
These pictures below were taken at one old graveyard site in U.K.
He sent u many other pictures, please visit my blog to see more, www.moleopedia.com