Vintage postcard of Barnsley Cemetery, c.1908
J. M. W. Turner’s Melrose Abbey
Hippolyte Victor Valentin, Interior of an Abbey in Ruins
William Henry James Boot, Kirkstall Abbey, Yorkshire
John Sell Cotman, Tintern Abbey by Moonlight
Carl Georg Hasenpflug
Carl Gustav Carus, Cemetery in the Moonlight; Tintern Abbey
Fountains Abbey (1132) is approximately three miles south west of Ripon in North Yorkshire.
Waverley Abbey was the first Cistercian abbey in England, founded in 1128.
Valle Crucis Abbey (Valley of the Cross) is a Cistercian abbey located in Llantysilio in Denbighshire, Wales. 1201.
Tintern Abbey (Welsh: Abaty Tyndyrn)
Fountains Abbey is near to Aldfield, approximately two miles southwest of Ripon in North Yorkshire, England.
NewCastle upon Tyne: Cathedral ruins
The Ghost in man, the ghost that once was man
But cannot wholly free itself from Man,
Are calling to each other thro’ a dawn
Stranger than earth has ever seen; the veil
Is rending, and the voices of the day
Are heard across the Voices of the dark.
~Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Sir Simon Neville Llewelyn Marsden, 4th Baronet (born December 1, 1948, in Lincoln, Lincolnshire) is an English photographer and author. He is known best for his uncommon black-and-white photographs of allegedly haunted houses and places throughout Europe.
- In Ruins, 1980
- The Haunted Realm, 1986
- Visions of Poe, 1988
- Phantoms of the Isles, 1990
- The Journal of a Ghosthunter, 1994
- Beyond the Wall, 1999
- Venice—City of Haunting Dreams, 2001
- The Twilight Hour—Celtic Visions from the Past, 2002
- This Spectred Isle—A Journey through Haunted England, 2005
- Ghosthunter-A Journey Through Haunted France, 2006
- Memento Mori-Churches and Churchyards of England, 2007