Aleister Crowley home
In 1971, Page bought the former Loch Ness, Scotland home of the British philosopher and occultist Crowley. He claimed it was haunted, not necessarily because of Crowley, but because of its previous owners. “it was also a church that was burned to the ground with the congregation in it,” Page told . “Strange things have happened in that house that had nothing to do with Crowley. A man was beheaded there, and sometimes you can hear his head rolling down.” The guitarist was a fan of Crowley’s, having Crowley’s “Do what thou wilt” inscribed in the run-off groove of the original Led Zeppelin III vinyl records.