The Sutton Affair - 1. The Allegations
The Sutton Affair - 2. The Missing Links
The Testimony of Mrs Smith
'The Curious Matter of the Medals'
The Excavated Bone Fragments
The Suspicions of Henry Douglas-Home
The Alleged Duplicity of Harry Price Concerning the Foyster Phenomena
The 'Flying Brick'
Price's Alleged Exaggeration
ii. The Rev. L.A. Foyster's Writings
iii. 'The Strange Story of Mr G.P.J. L'Estrange'
iv. Mrs Lloyd Williams's claim to have seen the 'Nun'
vi. Miss Rosemary Williams's Report
vii. The Smashed Ornaments
viii. The Swinging Blind
10. Price's Aims and Evidence of Character
- Testimony of Mr Charles Sutton given to the S.P.R. in 1950
- Memorandum of an interview with Mr Charles Sutton in 1966 by Dr Alan
Gauld and relevant correspondence
- The Reply of Dom. Richard Whitehouse, O.S.B. presented by Peter
Plan 1. Ground Floor of Borley Rectory
Plan 2. First Floor of Borley Rectory
Plate I. 'The Flying Brick'
Plate II. Enlarged centre of Plate I
MHH The Most Haunted House in England by Harry Price.
Longmans, London, 1940.
EBR The End of Borley Rectory by Harry Price.
Harrap, London, 1945.
HBR The Haunting of Borley Rectory. A Critical Survey of
the Evidence by E.J. Dingwall, K.M. Goldney, and T.H. Hall,
Proceedings, S.P.R. January 1956.
HPL The Harry Price Library, University of London.