2010-08-14

Glastonbury’s Best Known Mysteries: An Archeologist Receives Help From The Ghost | Socyberty


 



The very first session produced the solution – in Latin – to one of Glastonbury’s best-known mysteries: the location of the Edgar Chapel, a 15th century addition to the abbey that had disappeared without a trace. The spirit of a monk called Johannes Bryant, who claimed he had been born in 1497 and died in 1533, gave the chapel’s precise site, dimensions, and decor. Johannes also said that there was a door in the east wall of the chapel – a highly unusual feature.
 
Full article by Mr Ghaz :
Glastonbury’s Best Known Mysteries: An Archeologist Receives Help From The Ghost | Socyberty

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