This antiquarian volume contains a fascinating monograph on the infamous Borley hauntings, being a discussion and analysis of the 'most haunted house in England'. This text contains a wealth of information on almost innumerable instances of hauntings at this location, along with a description of the last days of the rectory, interesting theories for the causation of the manifestations, and much more besides. This text will appeal to those with an interest in Borley rectory or the supernatural in general, and it would make for a great addition to any personal collection. The chapters of this book include: 'The Story of the 'Most Haunted House in England'', 'Priests Versus Poltergeists: Some Attempts at Exorcism', 'An Exciting Night', 'Another 'Cloud of Witnesses'', 'The Enchanted 'Tea-Garden'', 'A Century of Evidence', 'Some Reader's Queries Answered', and more. We are republishing this vintage book now complete with a new biography of the author.