The rood screen at Smallburgh is arguably the main focal point of the church today.
Lying in such an isolated place, Booton St Michael has come to be known as ‘the cathedral of the fields’.
Medieval wall paintings. Grand, loud, bright and famous. They fill the pages of guidebooks, celebrated by tourists for centuries. They are never forgotten. Right?
However, in my experience, I have found so many of these tiny parish churches filled to the rafters with historical artefacts, sculptures, artwork and more fascinating headstones than you can shake a sensible walking shoe at.
Framed by poppy fields and arable farming, these chocolate-box villages conceal an ancient evil, deep within their land.
The photo of The Brown Lady of Raynham hall is not just one of Britain’s most famous spectral photographs, but world-renowned. Since its development in 1936, the ghostly image of the Brown Lady descending the stairs of the Norfolk country house has been widely circulated irrefutable proof of ghosts’ existence.