Joined: 14 Aug. 2003
From: Christchurch New Zealand
I have, recently, bought, and read, a book 'Walking Haunted London' by Richard Jones.
While, perhaps, it is little more than a litany of ghostly areas and locations in, and near, the Capital, it does give more details of precise areas at/in which such events have been known to occur and, perhaps more detail than usual as to means of accessing such sites.
However, one item which did catch my eye, and which is really only included as an incidental in a paragraph concerning the Monastery of the Dominican Friars, was the occurrence of 'a terrible earthquake' [sic] in the year 1382.
One doesn't really regularly associate 'London' and 'earthquake' in the same breath.
Does anybody know a great deal about this happening ? And I don't mean from personal experience..............
And remember - don't sweat the petty things - and don't pet the sweaty things.