Mildred Payne 1933

Posted by Patrick Valenza on


In a recently discovered photograph, we see a pensive Mildred Payne looking towards a future that would never be.

Hemlock House sits in like a mausoleum in the background. It was here, on the grounds of Fenwood, that the first birds became demons.... 

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  • The the ‘birds became demons’ is connected to the neighbours who claimed that Mildred often attracted numerous flocks of black birds to her bedroom window by singing to them in an unknown language .

    Sanles on
  • I have trouble understanding the last sentence ‘the first birds became demons’. Hope someone can help me with that…

    YOYO on
  • What time does the dig start? Shall we rise early, or do this at night by torchlight?

    Stella on

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