Robin Hoods Grave--Exorcism
Update of Exorcism 2005
Robin Hood's Ghost finally laid to Rest Two renowned psychic researchers from London, the president of the British Psychic and Occult Society, and his friend, distinguished author of Lure of the Sinister, have hastened north in order to rescue two distressed damsels, members of the Yorkshire Robin Hood Society.
Un-merry maidens Caty and Betty have for some time now been coming under attack, from malevolent forces that are said to lurk around the famous outlaw's grave at Kirklees in West Yorkshire. These sinister influences, said to be the ghost of the prioress who murdered Robin and then turned into a vampire, have in the past been successful in undermining the legend of Robin Hood of Yorkshire, and Robin's Grave has been left in a derelict condition, rotting away in the deep, dark mysterious woods of the Kirklees estate near Brighouse.
Caty and Betty have tried to bring Robin out from under his dusty cloak of secrecy and to restore his grave to its former glory, but to no avail. Their efforts have been thwarted by forces beyond their control, some of them of a supernatural origin.
Enter Sir Gerry and Sir Dickon, who came galloping to the rescue armed with their magical accoutrements and other occult equipment, and staged a full-scale exorcism at Robin's Grave after dark, to banish the evil forces said to lurk there, and to free the spirit of Robin Hood and the wicked prioress from their torments.
Their lengthy ritual, following an arduous secret trek to the grave last night, was based on ancient esoteric tradition known only to a few, and was completely successful in that the powers of darkness at the grave have now been fully dispersed.