Thursday, 21 February 2013

The Children of Scarfolk Primary School - "In the Playground with the Music Room Window Open, May 13, 1975"

Back in 1975 the children of Scarfolk primary school released their own 45rpm record to commemorate their music teacher Mrs Payne who disappeared in 1972, but whose body was found encased inside one of the thirteen ancient standing stones just outside Scarfolk.

Proceeds from the sale of the single went toward the building of a new coven and affiliated gift shop.



8 comments:

  1. Tourist info request - hello…I have been here before…..haven't I? .funny, once I wanted to leave (did I?) – but I can’t remember why – d (thanks muchly) - it wasn't a brochure containing a painting of stone circles under the sea...but something was beneath us... I forget... such an enjoyable visit! thankyou so much again!

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  2. no .. now I remember..it was beneath the leaves and had always been there,,, nurse said it wasn't but now she is gone... and it's still here...still...thanks again...-AD

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  3. No. This one is from my very own hands, played on a rickety 19th century Bavarian piano.

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  4. Great. Very great. Everything around here is fine, for me.

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  5. Love it! What an incredible idea here bro! Wheres the T-shirts!

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  6. The blind boy playing the drums on the left is me! I escaped from Scarfolk in 1977 by burning down the school hall, and scaling the perimiter fence using old army blankets so that I wouldn't be elctrocuted. The people in the clinic here don't belive me when I tell them about Scarfolk, they say I'm a paranoid schizophrenic and only allow me out once a week. It did really happen didn't it? Tell me it did, please...

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  7. I was 7 in 1975. You have no idea just how real that all sounds. Nostalgia city. Good work that man.

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