This month’s issue of the UK music magazine, Q, issue 224 – March 2005, has a lengthy article regarding the recording of Physical Graffiti, based on a recent interview with Jimmy Page.

Jimmy remembers that “the sessions [at Headley Grange] were very, very spooky” and that he “saw a shrouded lady, a phantasm“.

Of particular interest to this site are the references to Page’s “interest in the black arts“… Also, “Page’s obsession with early 20th-century prophet of the dark side Aleister Crowley led to him buying Crowley’s Scottish home, Boleskine House. Whether Page conducted rituals is a matter of debate, but he did have a declared Satanist paint murals there.