For hundreds of years, the Island has been renowned for its lace. A tradition passed from mothers to daughters. The lace was so pure and perfect that it punished any person black of heart who purchased it.
It seemed that the information I had been given wasn’t entirely accurate. I arrived with ten minutes to spare, the time usually sufficient to find a place to park one’s bicycle
... I was sent out to to cover the usual kinds of everyday stories that fill all local papers. But I soon found that if I’d ask for details of the Scouts’ latest jumble sale, I’d end up being told about masked figures with spades seen digging in a Church graveyard at midnight....
It has been noted by many residents that ghostly inns are becoming an increasingly regular occurance across the island. These establishments appear only when the conditions of moon and weather are correct. One
Beyond the veil the railways still run on the Isle of Wight. You can hear them in the mist... Some say there is still a direct train to that loneliest of stations, Hobstone Halt, Hookland
The phantom canons fire when the veil is thin... Ghosts are around every corner on the Isle of Wight.