Thursday, October 28, 2010

The Brown Lady Ghost of Rayman Hall, England

This ghost is known as "The Brown Lady of Rayman Hall, England. The picture was originally taken in 1936 by Indre Shira and Captain Provand, photographers working for "Country Life" magazine. The photographers were shooting in the hall when they noticed the apparition.

The first reported sighting of "The Brown Lady Ghost" was in 1836, when Colonel Loftus said he saw her in a brown dress. Loftus reported that her eye sockets were empty. The next reported sighting of "The Brown Lady Ghost" was in 1926 when two small boys saw the apparition.

This was the project I completed last Saturday, October 23rd, when I was lucky enough to be included in a very fun Saturday event entitled "A Halloween Tea" at our local scrapbook store, Artful Scrapbooking.


Even though I cannot take credit for the original design by Ellie,
I did add some of my own images from Moonlight Journey.

A Halloween Tea



The punch was spooktactular with a fine white rising mist, sandwiches, shortbread finger cookies, all amazingly arranged by our hostess Pamela. We even watched some classic scary Halloween movies while completing our haunted houses. Thank you again, Pam, for such great effort and a spooky project to make.

To my delight, I also received this gorgeous altoid tin last week from my sweet friend Becky Loyall, of Whymsical Musings.

This tin created by Becky Loyall.

I was so inspired with her amazing gift, that I created these two tins to share.

Halloween tin images from Seneca Pond and Shabby Cottage Studio.

Ahhh......the fun of Halloween!

'Just can't get enough.

7 comments:

Jingle said...

Everything looks so spectacular! I love it!

paru's_circle said...

love the tins....
happy halloween.....

Peg Woropay said...

The Halloween tin your friend, Becky gave you and yours are just so wonderfullly done! Love them!

snowbear said...

I love the pics!!! Your tin you created with the Halloween Magic is awesome!!!! Sounds like it was a fabulous tea!!

Twyla and Lindsey said...

What a fun tea! I love the idea of a scrapbook store doing this and the creations are wonderful! I remember seeing this picture of the Brown Lady Ghost in a book I read as a teenager and being very fascinated by it. It's still one of the best ghost pictures I've ever seen. Have a fun weekend! Happy Halloween! Twyla

Debra said...

Sounds like fun Nancy, what's woith the "winter" backgrond.....No, not snow yet.

Her Art Nest said...

Yeah, I don't know what got into me. I think my Christmas spirit was taking over.