Festive icons I made for you and your number one

In 1975, Diane Berthelot and her husband Peter, were visiting Worstead Church when Peter snapped this eerie photograph of his wife sitting on a church pew, seemingly not alone. When they showed the photograph to the priest, he informed them that the church had been haunted by a ghost referred to as the “White Lady” for the past 150 years. An early account of the White Lady is much more tragic. In 1830, a man climbed into the church belfry exclaiming he was going to kiss the White Lady. When he failed to reappear, his friends found him huddled in a corner shaking - “I’ve seen her. I’ve seen her” he muttered before dying.