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Re: A White Lady
At 01:07 06/04/00 -0400, you wrote:
>In a message dated 4/4/2000 4:17:23 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
><< Rosslyn has here own "white lady" who is asleep with her great treasure
>amounting to some millions buried in one the Castle vaults. >>
>Niven - I am wondering if this is the same "white lady" that is seen by the
>children that visit Rosslyn Castle. When Mary and I stayed there, the
>register stated many stories about seeing the "white lady" and they were
>always signed by youngsters.
>Gary Sinclair in Concord
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Yes, it is the children who invariably 'see' the White Lady and,
the monk. They tug their mothers' skirt and say: "What is that monk
over there, Mummy". Of course, the mothers see nothing and say:
silly ,darling, there is nothing there".
The knight on a black charger is different. He has been 'seen' at
times between the Chapel and the Castle by adults i.e. by adults who
given to romanticising; who do not know of the story; who can
their senses; and who are somewhat hesitant in talking about their
for fear of being ridiculed.
I have been aware of 'presences' on numerous occasions (but nothing
in the Castle and at the Chapel - mainly in the lower crypt.
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