Rushton Triangular Lodge, Northamptonshire
In the smoking room of the Loregentleman’s Club, Mr James Shakeshaft puffed on his pipe with a look of consternation. He found the silence intolerable.
“D— it, man,” he said at last, “what the devil did you mean by your message? ‘I saw a house that wasn’t quite right,’ what a load of old rot.”
Mr Alasdair Beckett-King, seated in the chair opposite, peered at Shakeshaft through a yellowish haze and his drooping eyes sparkled in the firelight…
This evening’s podcast begins with Alasdair telling James a tale about the Midlands. A land that is neither North nor South. A land replete with mystery and intrigue. A land whose accent neither Loregent can do.
Beginning with the three-sided folly of Ruston Triangular Lodge, the boys discover a drumming well, a perambulating doll and a haunted church that’s thick… wi’ rabbits.
The Loremen are Alasdair Beckett-King & James Shakeshaft.
Featured image from Rushton Triangular Lodge Official Guidebook, Gyles Isham, 1970.
Music from La Lettre De Manon Valse played by Megone’s Orchestra, 1905.