Discovered in the attic of the famous Borley Rectory by the last occupants. Some have speculated that this was once used during a seance at the house and that it may have even belonged to Harry Price, the infamous paranormal investigator and prolific conjuror.
What we do know is that when provoked, whatever spirit resides within this cabinet can show its displeasure in the most violent of ways.
The Borley Cabinet, inspired by Stewart James’ Sefalaljia, provides a new twist on an old classic. Sure it’s a Sefalaljia and all the acts from James’ original (I and II) can be performed with the cabinet. But it’s also been brought up to date for modern audiences who demand some a little more – unnerving. It’s the Swiss Army knife of table top spirit cabinets.
The cabinet comes complete with all you need to perform the following five acts:
Spirit bell (you know it makes sense)
The writing on the wall (spirit or slate writing)
Talking board (the spirits know)
Sign of the cross (unearthly disturbances)
Family ties (inspired by Davenport Brothers spirit cabinet act)
Everything is under the complete control of the performer at all times and the cabinet can be examined before and after each act. There’s nothing to find.
Each cabinet has been painstakingly designed and manufactured to be not only a versatile and highly usable prop but also a future collectors item.
The cabinets are made from English oak, with antiqued, period brass fittings. As with all our effects it’s then been aged to perfection with meticulous attention to detail. Even the solid brass screws have been aged. More attic forgotten, than factory fresh.
Each cabinet comes with a cloth bag (to keep the dust in place), accessory kit, full instruction manual, certificate of authenticity and a Dark Artefacts tag. A custom fitted road case is available at an additional cost.
The Borley Cabinet has now been officially realeased. It will be available shortly. Please use the link below to register your interest and we’ll keep you informed of developments.