Perhaps no overtly supernatural leanings, but hopefully a vibe of the landscape that impacted him so. All captions are taken from James’ wonderful guide.
"Aldeburgh...has a special charm for those who, like myself, have known it since childhood; but I do not find it easy to put that charm into words."
"The good town of Aylsham would make a convenient centre for exploring much of the country with which I have been dealing."
"The vast dead inland flats from Yarmouth are very impressive."
(Castle Acre): "...no finer ruin is to be found in Norfolk."
(Attleborough): "Here legend says that St. Edmund resided for a year, and learnt the Psalter..."
(Dunwich): "How much of this once populous city with ''fifty-two churches' is left at the moment I will not undertake to say."
"Of the many modern attractions of Lowestoft I need not speak."
(Norwich): "...I imagine that both this [panel] and the other at St Peter Mancroft belong to a Last Judgement."
"A merman was caught at Orford in the thirteenth century, and kept for some time."
"Walberswick, a haunt of artists, also had a very large church."
(Watton): "Undistinguished except that near it the death of the Babes in the Wood is located, in Wayland or Wailing Wood."