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The Essay: Brick, Stone, Steel, Glass: Chingle Hall
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Andrew Hurley on the haunting qualities of Chingle Hall, a 17th-century manor house near Preston. Andrew describes the disturbing histories of the inhabitants of the hall and the many paranormal experiences of visitors. As repositories of memories and secrets, are buildings themselves sentient things and places of shifting realities?
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