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His work at Glastonbury Abbey is one of the first documented examples of psychic archaeology and remains a principal case in many discussions of psychic archaeology. He claimed to have contacted dead monks and the supposed builder of the Edgar Chapel at Glastonbury who he said advised him where to excavate, enabling him to locate two chapels. Archaeologist Ken Feder notes that it is impossible to tell whether he was actually advised by ghosts or spirits or rather his expertise in.....

In the Church of England hired architect Frederick Bligh Bond to oversee the excavations taking place at Glastonbury Abbey. Bond w.

Frederick Bligh Bond resorted to psychic archeology because he didn't have permission to dig up the ruins of England's legendary Glastonbury Abbey. At least...

Frederick Bligh Bond resorted to psychic archeology because he didn't have permission to dig up the ruins of England's legendary Glastonbury Abbey. At least.

Glastonbury Tor | Since the alleged discovery of Arthur and Guinevere's remains in the 12th century, it has been claimed that Glastonbury Tor stands on the site of ancient Avalon, the island where Arthur died following his final battle against Mordred. Once surrounded by marshland, Glastonbury Tor was virtually an island during the Dark Ages.

Camelot: discovering the legend of King Arthur around Britain

Since the alleged discovery of Arthur and Guinevere's remains in the century, it has been claimed that Glastonbury Tor stands on the site of ancient Avalon. Once surrounded by marshland, it was virtually an island during the Dark Ages.

Frederick Bligh Bond resorted to psychic archeology because he didn't have permission to dig up the ruins of England's legendary Glastonbury Abbey. At least...

Psychic Archeology, Or How to Dig Up the Dead With Their Own Advice

Frederick Bligh Bond resorted to psychic archeology because he didn't have permission to dig up the ruins of England's legendary Glastonbury Abbey. At least.

Almost 92 years after it sank to the bottom of the ocean, Titanic's less famous sister ship is set to get its own spot in the limelight.    HMHS Britannic was built to be even bigger and safer than its infamous sibling but met a very similar fate when it sunk when an explosion gouged a hole in its hull in 1916.

Titanic's sunken sister ship to become underwater museum

Titanic's sunken sister ship "Britannic" lies on its starboard side in the Aegean Sea. Almost 92 years after it sank to the bottom of the ocean the ship could become an underwater museum for tourists Historical Reference

Glastonbury Tor viewed through the mists of Avalon (insulam Auallonis). If you listen carefully you might just be able to hear strains of Carl Orff's "O Fortuna" drifting like the mist across the fields - perhaps heralding the late king's long foretold return to Albion? (just click on the image to get the full effect!)

Glastonbury Tor viewed through the mists of Avalon (insulam Auallonis).

Glastonbury

Glastonbury Tor, Somerset, England, where King Arthur is said to have come to die. In his time the land was marshland and the Tor was cut off by sheets of water during floods and very high tides.

The Mysterious Case of the "Spirit Baby"

Throughout recorded history, there have been "spiritualists" who do seem to possess some sort of genuine wild talents.

One of the more recent and more mysterious disappearances at sea concerns the schooner Panatela, which disappeared just off the coast of Sydney on the 8th of November, 1988. The voyage into oblivio…

The mysterious disappearance of the Patanela

One of the more recent and more mysterious disappearances at sea concerns the schooner Panatela, which disappeared just off the coast of Sydney on the of November, The voyage into oblivio…

The soggy landscape rolls by the windows. I’ve never been in Britain before, but I know seeing a popular tourist destination like Glastonbury deserted in June is odd. The few people about look half-drowned and in despair. THE MIDSUMMER WIFE

The George Hotel and Pilgrim's Inn, Glastonbury, Somerset , England. Built in the century to accommodate visitors to Glastonbury Abbey. We stayed here !

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