I was 15 and was very ill and scared, but they certainly helped to put my fears to rest.I do not remember any names, but one of the nurses had the most glorious red hair, underneath her cap of course!A History of Tidworth and Tedworth House describes that by 1929 Tedworth House was used to accommodate nursing staff from Tidworth Military Hospital which had been built on the site of the old Delhi Barracks.
What are his final wishes and what will his solicitor reveal when she reads out his Last Will and Testament? Burnt Vengeance will have you screaming for the light and grappling with your imagination as you try to quell your fear.
He was, I think, a drummer boy who was killed whilst walking the ramparts (which I imagine were the said concrete walkways) and it was reputed you could hear him drumming sometimes - I never heard him drumming but am sure I heard him walking on many occasions.
I also had another spooky experience in the Nurses home - Nightingale house.
Diane Tidworth Drummer I trained at there in 1965 and left for BMH Iserlohn in 66 67 and back in 1968.
Colonel Gahan was our Commandant (Matron) and Captain Green was our Nurse tutor.
I remember the long walk up to Nightingale House (Nurses home) after a hectic night duty clutching eggs and bacon! He was supposed to walk the corridors at certain times of the year - the corridors were concrete walkways under cover which ran past every ward and it was quite a spooky experience to be on nights because the wards were on the first floor and you had to come up darkly lit wooden stairs from the ground floor.