The home of a real-life 'Wicker Man' and former Satanist has been torched by arsonists near the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland just a week after a buyer was found.
Boleskine House in the Scottish Highlands was once the home of Aleister Crowley, who reportedly practised black magic there between 1899 and 1933.
The property was also owned by Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page from 1970 to 1992. The derelict house was put on the market in April this year for £510,000.
Police were called in after fires were spotted around 3.30pm yesterday at two buildings at the deserted site, including the derelict main house and at an external outbuilding.
The estate's main house has had its interior destroyed by the fire and police believe the fires were deliberately started by arsonists.
Firefighters extinguished the blazes, and nobody was injured, although damage was caused to the buildings.
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In the following posts, Loren Coleman offers his analysis of this event at his Twilight Language blog: