In 1955 Alan Bogue, a 19 year-old apprentice painter, had been sent with a skilled craftsman, Bill Oliver, to an early Victorian House in Garscube Terrace, Edinburgh, to redecorate a small unoccupied but fully furnished flat on the top floor. Bill decided to go down the stairs to the basement to make a cup of tea, while Alan was left in the bathroom, cleaning up the splashes of paint with his turpentine-soaked rag.
On Saturday 27th August, I entered the Blair Street Vaults with 20 other members on a Mercat all night vigil.
Upon the group vigils, the area seemed calm and even though my 1st photo of the night contained orbs, I kept my mind open to what these could be. We started in the cobblers room, which was pretty calm as was the wine room, but as we moved on into the caretakers room I was drawn to the white room.