Gothic Spaces and Standing Stones

I have just stumbled across this wonderful blog, Celluloid Wicker Man, which is run by writer and filmmaker Adam Scovell. He is particularly interested on Folk Horror which can be seen in this incredibly interesting series of posts, ‘Uncanny Portals and Standing Stones (Children of the Stones, The Owl Service and Barbara Hepworth’ (part two and part three are here). His invocation of space and history in regards to folklore and the Gothic seem particularly pertinent following my time at the ‘Reflected Shadows’ conference a few weeks ago.

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