Friday, August 25, 2006


Cornhill – one of the three hills in the City of London. Along Cornhill is the entrance (a very modest entrance – not much more than a door) to St Michael’s church (you can just see one of the pinnacles of the tower, on the right of the photo, surrounded by scaffolding). The church has a very pronounced atmosphere. Before my visit I was aware of reports that the building was haunted. Normally I am very dismissive of supernatural activity. But on this occasion I felt the accounts could be true.


JamesSTaylor said...

What sort of atmosphere?

a from l said...

Difficult to say James - it was as if the air was heavy.