Is this 19th century England’s ‘most evil man’? – Stratford Herald

THIS ghostly figure pictured two weeks ago in the window of one of the most haunted rooms at Warwick Castle could be that of renowned spiritualist, Aleister Crowley.


It was taken, by chance, on an iPhone by paranormal investigator Mariehanna Dickson.The 30-year-old, who lives in Henley, snapped the figure during a visit to the 1,100-year-old castle as she prepared for a paranormal investigation there in October.


And she believes it could be the figure of Crowley, who, in the late 1800s, was considered the most evil man in England, because of his séances at the castle where he regularly summoned ghosts.

Source: Is this 19th century England’s ‘most evil man’? – Stratford Herald

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Looks like a very much alive person, slender, big hair and possibly bespectacled – so it must be AC! (Not!!!). Self promo of the most ridiculous type.

Ray Chappell

So Crowley spent his life holding seances at Warwick Castle? Well well, I never knew that.