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Welcome to B.E.A.M.S.

Founded in 1991, our society consists of a
team of active reporters and field investigators who
factually gather, study and disseminate evidence relating to Earth Mysteries, (e.g. Ley Lines, Terrestrial Energies and Ancient Site Anomalies), Strange Aerial Happenings, (e.g. Unidentified Flying Objects or UFOs), and The Paranormal, (e.g. Spirit and Psychic Phenomena).

 Guildford Mysteries
Guildford Cathedral, Stag Hill, was used as a scene backdrop 
for the creepy 1976 movie The Omen; yet, even away from such
works of fiction, this location is no stranger to genuine
supernatural happenings.
2 photographs taken in April, 2012, that appeared to show a 
spooky shape on The Mount in Guildford, have caused a stir
among investigators of The Paranormal.

Amateur photographer, Mark Baker, 37, took the pictures when
trying out a new camera timer, and when he downloaded them to
his pc, they appeared to show a ghostly white form.

“It was not until I got home and was downloading, I noticed
it,” he said; and Mark went on to stress that he had not
digitally altered the images in any way.
Mr Baker's Images
UFO's For This Area

15 years' worth of previously unseen UFO files opened up by
the National Archives, revealed a very interesting UFO report
for Guildford.

2 objects measuring “elbow to finger size” were spotted for
a couple of minutes hovering above the railway bridge footpath
in Woodbridge Hill, Guildford, in July 1994 at 10.20pm.

The unidentifieds, described as having a browny-grey colour,
were spotted during a clear night and reported to police
12 hours later.

Mother Ludlum's 'Other Hole' is in Guildford
Records show that there is a small, narrow opening in Guildford, 
(a 'hole' if you like), leading to a natural subterranean rock passage.

Although barely big enough for an adult to squeeze through, this
eventually leads to another hole... popularly known as
Mother Ludlum's 'Hole', an artificially widened outflow cave with a
spring stream flowing through and from it.

The main entrance of the cave is located in a sandstone cliff in 
Moor Park near Farnham, Surrey, but is now closed-off to the
public due to safety concerns following a partial collapse of
its roof.  

Folklore suggests that in the 13th century the "Ludewell" 
(other spellings through history include "Ludwell" and
"Luddwelle"), was once home to a White Witch known as 'Mother'
who supplied the nearby *Waverley Abbey, (now a ruin after being
dismantled in 1536 under the Dissolution of Monasteries act)
with fresh water and cooking utensils in return for food.

*It is worth a quick mention that Waverley Abbey is where both
my partner and I had rather a good UFO sighting while skywatching
there back in 2010; the grounds are reputed to be haunted also.
Of course, that quaint little story of her arrangement with the 
monks may be just folklore; and looking at the legend another way,
(from a pagan, living earth belief angle), the 'Mother' reference
might just as easily be considered as alluding to the 'Mother
Earth, (rock womb of) and the 'Hole', a symbolic reference to the
opening where the water emerges from - 'her' cavernous vagina...
now there's a thought!
      The Cave -An  Edwardian Postcard
   Curiously, on the bank above Mother Ludlam's Cave there once existed 
another, much smaller cave.

This was allegedly the shelter of a man named 'Foote', 
who is supposed to have excavated the hollow;
locals referred to it as 'Father Foote's Cave'.