From the journal of Professor Arnold Guthridge of St Aidan’s College.
February 21 1890.
It had stood there for as long as anyone could remember, people claimed that it had just appeared one misty morning and that the passage of time itself seemed to fluctuate in it’s vicinity.
Others claimed that strange lights seen around the area on odd nights actually emanated from the edifice itself, but no one could say for certain.
Over the years the occasional soul would brave a night-time visit and with just one exception were never seen again.
It was related to me that this particular unfortunate was found the next morn aged greatly from the previous day, quite deranged and screaming. “Timeless… timeless!”