Katherine Kerestman was visiting England to research her second macabre travel book. She had not known that she was fated to meet a new friend - THE Lady Brigante.
Why not listen to the Lady B one summer evening and listen to the tales of the long-forgotten of York?
For those of a sensitive nature – a walk with the Lady B one Sunday evening may NOT be to your taste.
Pitiful and harsh! What can possibly be said about a life of ONLY five weeks?
Scandal and disgrace? Those disgruntled petitioners and the tales of debauchery!
Why not come along and listen to the Lady Brigante one December evening and listen to the tales of the retired cobbler, or a tragic war wife, and a dreadful river accident.
The Scottish poet Alexander Smith said that ‘There is no ghost so difficult to lay as the ghost of an injury' and for those tombstone tourists in search of a Brigante Tomb - a ramble through Fossgate is a MUST.
If you are a true turophile - you may believe that you have died and gone to heaven with the discovery of this particular Brigante Tomb!
Every Brigante Tomb will lead the curious and suspicious to the telling of a macabre or murderous tale and they await discovery with impatience.
Although the epitome of tranquility and history - this delightful little oasis is home to a ghostly little girl with a reputation for mischief!