The many hauntings of Burton Agnes Hall

One of the most ubiquitous English ghost stories, ‘The Screaming Skull of Burton Agnes Hall’, has been spread and adapted over many years, but it nonetheless persists. Drawing from his own library plus decades of research, artist and academic Robert Williams re-presents references to the story from more than 100 popular sources that extend across more than 150 years.

  1. The many hauntings of Burton Agnes Hall Robert Williams, University of Cumbria

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