Goth Days Out: Fit For A Whipping Boy – The House Of 17th Century Dark Decadence

Ham House

Ham House - Fashionable but Fierce Leased to the childhood friend and whipping boy of Charles I, William Murray, Ham House in Richmond, Surrey, is said to be one of the very last examples of 17th century decadence and influence. Built for the luxurious to show off how loaded they were, it still stands today … Continue reading Goth Days Out: Fit For A Whipping Boy – The House Of 17th Century Dark Decadence

Brilliantly Dark Gothic Places To Roam And Be Whistful – Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury Cathedral has got to be one of the most stunning Gothic places to visit in the West of the UK. Massive, imposing and just about as creepy as they get, this beautiful Cathedral might not house the most Gothic of notables (although you will find the stone for Ted Heath here) yet this place … Continue reading Brilliantly Dark Gothic Places To Roam And Be Whistful – Salisbury Cathedral