The History of Borley Rectory
Harry Price first went to Borley in 1929, but the Rectory had been established as having a haunted reputation for many years prior to his initial visit. This first section devoted to the Borley case deals with the history of the Rectory, its construction, the Bull family, the incumbencies of the Smiths and the Foysters and the events which lead up to Harry Price taking on the tenancy in 1937/38. The intention is to contain a mixture of both historical articles as well as modern essays which will present as accurately as possible the history of the Borley Rectory case prior to Price's involvement as well as the events in the years following the fire of 1939, Price's two Borley books and his death in 1948.
by Sidney H. Glanville
The complete text of Glanville's essay on Borley published in the October 1951 edition of Fate magazine
The complete estate agents particulars of the Rectory building and its grounds made in May 1938 at the end of Harry Price's tenancy.
by Steven Wiltshire & Paul Adams
A selection of colour restorations of several classic views of Borley Rectory during the time of Price's involvement with the case.
The Base Room .
Séance Room .
Famous Cases .
Borley Rectory .
Books By Price .
Writings By Price .
Books About Price .
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