Dimbola Lodge Home of Julia Margaret Cameron Haunted...


An episode of Haunted History investigating Dimbola Lodge, home of nineteenth-century pioneer photographer, Julia Margaret Cameron on the Isle of Wight. About twenty minutes in length this video shows the inside of the home which is now a museum. You will see Mrs. Cameron's piano with a book on top of it which was her piano that she owned and played all the time. You will also see her upstairs bedroom as well as her numerous photographs on the wall. So, please pay close attention as you watch it. Here is your chance to visit her home on the Isle of Wight!

 Julia Margaret Cameron photographed by Oscar Gustave Rejlander in 1863 playing her Erridge Piano. Is it the same one in the video?

The white building is Dimbola Lodge, Isle of Wight, UK 


Kevin Marsh said…
Hello Kimberly,

I once stayed in a grand old house just like this on the Isle of Wight.
Whilst staying there I had a ghostly experience. Although ghostly it was a very pleasant moment.

Kind regards
Kimberly Eve said…
Hi Kevin,
'A ghostly experience'. I would love to hear more about that one day! Thanks so much for stopping by.
I would love to visit this house. Thank you for sharing. x
Kimberly Eve said…
Hi Mrs. Black, i would love to visit Dimbola Lodge and will one day I'm sure!
Thanks so much for finding me here and leaving a comment!
WoofWoof said…
My wife and I visited Dimbola and the nearby Farringford (Tennyson's home) on our tenth wedding anniversary. What a wonderful day that was! The walk over the down to the Tennyson memorial and then onto the Needles and Alum Bay is also wonderful. Thanks for all your informative and fascinating articles
Kimberly Eve said…
Hi WoofWoof, what a beautiful way to spend your tenth wedding anniversary. I hope to visit both one day and I'm definitely taking that walk. It would be incredible to walk the same steps as Tennyson did! Thank you so much for your kind words and for taking the time to visit and leave a comment.