Wednesday, February 01, 2017

The Horsingdon Transmissions No.32: Return to St. Ormund's Church

I heard yesterday of further disturbing developments concerning St. Ormund's Church: a grave disturbed - apparently that of one of the Boreham family - and scrawled upon one of the church's exterior walls in red chalk the epithet 'grave-looting spawn of the stars'. I seem to recall that Roland Franklyn once made reference to a similar term in regard to his researches into the various occult agencies clustering around the Horsingdon area.

The Boreham family have cast a long shadow over Horsingdon and Northwich, and they have never easily or readily surrendered their dead; nor has the black loam of Horsingdon been typically disposed to offering up the secrets long-buried therein - at least not without sacrifice or a libation of blood...

When I visited the scene of the alleged vandalism late last night, the police had already cordened off parts of the church and graveyard pending their investigations; as a consequence, the above images were all I was able to collect by way of documenting the incident. Needless to say, I intend to investigating the matter further.

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