Here’s something I found rather interesting, also perhaps a little creepy. They’re called “invisible mother” photos. They covered the mother so they could sit the children down and make them stand up right, they also created rather haunting phantom like figures. I think it fits with Crimson pretty well.
Built on the site of the medieval Great Hall, the
King’s Hall is a Victorian masterpiece. Its magnificent false hammer
beam ceiling is made with teak from Thailand, then called Siam. The King
of Siam, a good friend of Lord Armstrong who visited Bamburgh, is said
to have helped carve some of the intricate designs. The King’s Hall was
to be the castle’s main social reception and banqueting room. Lord
Armstrong built a minstrel’s gallery where the musicians playing at the