Friday, 11 November 2016


Friday November 11th 2016

It's always brilliant to receive feedback on a subject that we've covered in the past - or, perhaps, further stories on a given topic, etc - and 'doubly so' when the information received happens to tie-in with a case that we're particularly passionate about......

With this in mind....  we have recently heard from a lady who tells us that, on reading certain information on our blog, thought that she might phone us to relate her own, personal experience on the matter in question.  As our more regular visitors will know, we have frequently posted details about the infamous 'ghost of Madam Pigott' - at Chetwynd, Shropshire - with this specific topic ranking as one of our most compelling inquiries to date....

The information so kindly related to us tonight reveals that the lady in question was driving to work some 10 years ago, along a route well-known in Madam Pigott lore.  It was a road that she had taken on a daily basis for some years, at this point in time, and she had never encountered anything of a 'strange' nature before, on this route.  However, on the day in question, she was driving along the completely open road - not a pedestrian or other vehicle in sight - when (in her words) it was as if a 'white night gown' were suddenly 'hovering' or 'floating' against the windscreen of the car!  Visibility was completely obscured by the 'item' (?) concerned and, in her estimate, this obstruction remained for some long seconds.....  At the point that the 'object' vanished, the woman had the distinct impression that a female figure was now situated next to her, in the passenger seat of the vehicle!  She describes the other woman as probably 30-something, with fairish skin and hair - and she appeared to be 'looking into' some form of receptacle.... akin to a basket, of some kind!?

This image only stayed briefly before vanishing and, thankfully, our confidant was able to carry on to work completely unharmed by her encounter.....

At this point in time, she tells us that she had not heard of the ghost of Madam Pigott, but - upon relating her experience to her family, later on - her daughter suggested that this may have been what she had encountered that morning!?    
       

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