Sometimes the within is piano black
AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH IT’S THUNDERCRACKER HOLY SHIT
Okay I will read Infiltration now. Wish me luck. Much luck.
Reblogged from doctor-hannibalism
This photo, from the local Red House Museum, is catalogued: "The discovery of a Purbeck Marble coffin S of the S Chancel Aisle in the grounds of the Priory on 8th May 1908. Skeleton 6’3" , coffin 7’ , width 2’4" at head and 1’3" at foot . Estimated 13th century." Its large size has led to speculation it was the grave of a warrior rather than a cleric, but as the tomb was in the Monks’ Graveyard, this implies a monk. A prominent class of warrior monks had been abolished by papal decree a generation before: the Templars. Could this be the grave of a Templar, perhaps England’s last? source | edit