This timeslip happened before WWII but I cannot get the
exact date. It happened to an undergraduate student, Arthur Frewen. He was
spending Easter at some barracks near to Helvick Head in Ireland and had
decided on this particular evening, to sleep in the open. Not long after he had
fallen asleep, he woke up due to feeling cold and a mist surrounded him.
It was in total darkness that he decided to try and find
shelter. He came across a light, of what he thought was a cottage. He made his
way to the light and, as he got closer, he discovered the light was coming from
the open hatch of a boat.
Arthur looked down the hatch and saw an older man, who was
mending a fishing net, across a table. The man saw Arthur and beckoned him
inside the boat. He gave Arthur a bowl of soup and said that Arthur could spend
the night in the cabin at the end of the boat. The man took Arthur to the cabin
and left him. Arthur had his sister’s red school scarf on him so decided to
hang it on the cabin door. As he was doing this, he heard the man walking back
up the passageway and it was then Arthur felt threatened, so he bolted the