Today, donning strong boots, warm clothes and packed rucksacks, an intrepid group set out from Killhope Cross to locate the point where our body was found. According to the police report it was "200 yards east of the Cumberland Border, 100 yards south of the...

Are you interested in joining our next production? We are almost ready to start rehearsals for the newly written play "The Body on Killhope Moor".Rehearsals will take place on Sundays, from mid-May,  and the performance dates are August 29th & 30th and September 4th &...

Zoom Research WorkshopWith Barbara Crosbie.Week 10. As we wrap up our research we considered what we know about the body and how we might explain the events that led up to an unknown man being buried in this most remote of resting places. Armed with all...

An exciting session was held this week as our researcher, Dr Barbara Crosbie, presented the findings, so far, of the research group to the writers. What came out of the presentation was how closely both groups have been thinking. The research will now bring our...

Zoom Research Workshop With Barbara Crosbie. week 9 The research group have been very busy and there was a lot of news to report today. We now have so much information about the transport links in 1921, including photographs of a horse-drawn bus service, a train timetable, and...

Zoom Research Workshop With Barbara Crosbie. Blog for week 8 We are still chasing leads in an attempt to track down the artefacts that were retained when the body was reburied in 1921. If they have survived then we are determined to locate them. So far we have...

Zoom Research Workshop With Barbara Crosbie. Week 7 (25 Jan) When the body found on Killhope Moor was reinterred in Butreford Cemetery, the corner (Mr. John Thomas Proud) ordered that that the relics (the buttons, and bullet etc.) be handed over to the Chief Constable . He also...

Zoom Research WorkshopWith Barbara Crosbie.Week 6 (18 Jan)This week we turned our attention to the mid-eighteenth century, looking at some newspaper reports of the local fighting during the Jacobite Rebellion in 1745. There were around 8,000 rebels (including women and youths) passing through Cumbria as...

The chorus in Classical Greek drama was a group of actors who described and commented upon the main action of a play with song, dance, and recitation...

An article in The Northern Echo about our current project The Body on Killhope Moor.Click to read full articleFollow us and find out more as the researchers, led by Barbara Crosbie, dig deeper.A performance of a play, specially written using the findings of this research...