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Borley Rectory - Where The Dead Walk album

Borley Rectory - Where The Dead Walk album

  • Performer: Borley Rectory
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: Where The Dead Walk
  • Released: 1991
  • Style: EBM, Electro, Industrial
  • MP3 version size: 1137 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1349 mb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 446

Description

The Dead Walk" is a starting place for this band. The sound has evolved from their previous "3750" album, and they did away with much unnecessary filler (something that was painfully typical in the genre at the time of this album's release). This record also marks the last with guitarist Daniel Daponde, who had also contributed to the first and second TAS album. Additionally, this is the first album to feature present drummer Kevin Boutet. The album flows relatively smooth, for better or for worse.

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The hauntings at Borley Rectory have launched it into its place as one of the most haunted places in the world. The area where the rectory was built already had a long and strange history dating back far before the house was constructed, as the land was said to have once been the site of a monastery in the 14th century, which itself already had a sinister cast to it. The local legend apparently was that a monk from the monastery had fallen in love with a nun from a nearby convent and the two had had an illicit affair that was unfortunately discovered, leading to the monk being hanged on the very spot where the rectory stood and the nun bricked up alive within the walls of her convent

Built in 1862 to house the rector of the parish of Borley and his family, it was badly damaged by fire in 1939 and demolished in 1944. The large Gothic-style rectory in the village of Borley had been alleged to be haunted ever since it was built.

File under: Spirituals. I've been sat on this final album now for a years, having offered it to my friends at Dark Companion, despite the unmarketable format. nin. how this thread.

Borley Rectory was first built back in 1863 on the site of an old monastry. The reports of strange occurrences date back to the mid to late 1800’s however, the first documented evidence of paranormal activity was in the early 1900’s. In 1939 the house was burnt to the ground, an oil lamp the cause. It was then left in ruins until 1944 when it was demolished. Ghosts at Borley Rectory. For a house labeled as the most haunted house in England it’s little wonder there’s no shortage in ghostly experiences. One of the earliest sighting and perhaps most famous us that of a nun.

The Borley Rectory is a haunted house in Essex that became infamous as the most haunted place in England. Today, it doesn’t exist because it burned to the ground under mysterious circumstances in 1939. The remains of the Victorian mansion known as Borley Rectory are located in a small village near the town of Sudbury in Essex. It was built in 1862 on the site of an ancient Benedictine monastery.

In 1862, the Reverend Henry Bull arrived in the village of Borley, England, to take up his post as the new parson. By colorless, October 10, 2003 in Ghosts, Hauntings & The Paranormal. 19 posts in this topic.

Tracklist

A1 After The Death Of Ase
A2 Alchoholics
A3 Crawling (Soothe The Glass)
A4 Shambles
B1 Drowning
B2 Carolanne
B3 When I Needed You
B4 Blue Inferno Projection