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Phantom Drummer of Tedworth



An early poltergeist case from around 1666. An account of the 'Phantom Drummer' was recorded by the Reverend Joseph Glanvill who lived in a house at the present site of the Zouch Manor in Wiltshire. A mysterious drumming sound could be heard at night and despite an investigation the Reverend noted that he could find no "trick, contrivance or common cause" to explain it.

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