In 1908, Francis Bligh-Bond was appointed as archaeologist for the ruined abbey at Glastonbury. Bligh-Bond's methods were a little unusual in that he consulted the ghosts of long-dead monks for information on how the abbey was built and where to find the ruined chapels hidden under grass. When the bishop found out some years later that Bligh-Bond was consorting with the dead, he fired him. Glastonbury, the holiest place in England, sacred to Christians and Pagans alike. Bligh-Bond shows with his rigorous scientific method that the information he got from the monks was accurate. New edition with texts previously untranslated from Latin, now clearly set out. All foot-notes are now incorporated in the text to make the reading of this little book much easier than all previous editions.