Plan I: Key Plan of Borley Rectory and Grounds (3.732 Acres)

United Kingdom

Size: 9.6 H x 13.1 W x 0.6 in

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Drawing: Pen and Ink on Paper.

Plan of the grounds of Borley Rectory.

Borley Rectory has often been called 'the most haunted house in England'. It was situated on the North bank of the River Stour in Essex.
Borley Rectory was built in 1863 and burnt down in 1939.

There have been sightings of a headless man, a nun and phantom coaches.

I have used symbols such as a coach, nun, and bells to plot events at borley on the plan.

The paper may appear a little crumpled as I have used old paper from the 1950's. I often draw on top of old plans, some of which have large sections with out any print on them. I then used these sections to create the Borley Rectory drawings, as I wanted them to feel like they have come from the past.

Keywords: Plan, Borley Rectory, Ghost, Haunting, Map

Subjects: Places

Styles: Expressionism

Mediums: Pen and Ink

Materials: Paper

Prints: Places Art Prints, Expressionism Art Prints, Pen and Ink Art Prints, Paper Art Prints

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