Talk:Dartington Hall

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The School's Final Days[edit]

Bradshaw, the last headmaster, called the police in to investigate drugs allegations, and reports of underage sex (always forbidden - an unofficial rule). This caused tensions with parents, and a further uproar was created when his spouse, Lyn Bradshaw, did a photo spread in Men's mag Mayfair called 'The Headmasters Nude Wife'. Bradshaw was finally forced to resign, and the school closed shortly thereafter. What about expanding the article to include all this, and analyse what it all means?

The Haunting of Toby Jugg[edit]

Phil Baker, in his bio of Dennis Wheatley, states that the above book was written by Wheatley using his inside knowledge of the MI5 investigation of Dartington Hall School. It seems the files are closed until 2042, but there is some discussion of the investigation and the school in chapter thirty-six of Baker's book, 'The Devil is a Gentleman'. Worth a mention here? 2.28.140.201 (talk) 13:39, 8 February 2014 (UTC)