Four sisters, all widows, lived together in a gloomy Victorian house in the Camberwell district of London.  Always dressing the same, looking the same and never returning a cheery good morning, it was said they were witches.  In December 1969 they were found dead after a faulty gas heater poisoned their home with deadly carbon monoxide.  They were laid to rest unmourned, yet on two occasions a milkman and a postman early on a foggy morning have reported seeing four women silently walking the streets around Camberwell.

Date:  1977

Medium:  16 x 12 Black and White Print including border

Price:  28.00 within UK plus 3.00 shipping

Price:  $45.00 outside UK plus $15.00 shipping

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A portion of all Eddie Brazil's work sold will go to the Chiltern Society for Psychical Research (www.cspr.org.uk).









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