When it’s miserable outside, some of our trustiest friends end up as casualties as they do their best to keep us dry. Extraordinary gales finish off many of the weak or the elderly. Poignantly, they lie abandoned in the streets, many different generations left to decay amongst the slush of street life. I am of […]Read More Throughout the Sodden Streets
Long-term readers of the blog will be familiar with a feature that chronicles my obsession with a historical man. For those of you who may be alien to our quest, I would recommend reading parts one and two to get a clearer idea of Ben and I’s fascination with a chap called Sir Montague Fowler, […]Read More The Mystery of Montague Fowler, Part Three
by Christina The first rule of Cemetery Club is: you can talk about it as much as you like. People might think you’re weird so be ready to defend your interest in posh graveyards and all things Dead Victorian Person. It’s an interesting hobby to have and many people I know, having seen my links […]Read More Cemetery Club Visitin’ – A Checklist for Success!
For those of you who are new to the blog, a few weeks back I wrote of my discovery of an artefact belonging to a boy called Montague Fowler in a long forgotten chest in the old stables of a country mansion. The whole thing intrigued me. Here in my hands was this beautifully written piece […]Read More The Mystery of Montague Fowler, Part Two
Monday means it’s my time to write a post, and as I’ve been christened ‘history buff and modern day Tony Robinson’ by Christina (I hope she allows my embellishment of the role she bestowed upon me in the previous post), I thought it’d be interesting to occasionally venture off-topic and write about a little bit of detective […]Read More The Mystery of Montague Fowler