‘It all began the morning after Burn’s Night when having discovered a missive from my Lord Byron – the maid servant Florence, (a foolish girl if ever there was!) took it upon herself to notify Cook of the contents…’
Today, on this twenty second day of January in 1815 in the Year of Our Lord – MY Lord Byron is now seven and twenty…
On a cold January day Lady Byron walked out of the front door of 13 Piccadilly Terrace for the last time…
I REALLY must learn to hold my tongue!
One quiet and chilly afternoon – I went for a stroll along Piccadilly to take a lingering look at the abode which was the scene of Lord Byron’s short and difficult union.
Of all romances in miniature… perhaps this is the best shape in which Romance can appear…’ ~ Lord Byron
Inspired by the life of this fabulous poet – the Ghost of Piccadilly is the story of a 12th scale historical house which has enjoyed world wide recognition.
And a story FAR from over!