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Z Vesper, the Wilderness Garden, Powis Castle
Paul Evans

‘are genuine, though non-physical, phenomena, of which many people are aware by means of some form of ESP [Extra Sensory Perception]’ ( 1975 : 14). H. H. Price, who set up the Society for Psychical Research, is interested in the idea of paranormal events being the result of ‘place memories’, through the ability of molecules of water to retain memory ( 1938–39 ). T. C. Lethbridge, the parapsychologist-explorer, is also interested in the idea that some form of memory connects inanimate objects through the ‘ether’ and ghosts are phenomena attributable to such memories

in EcoGothic gardens in the long nineteenth century