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Jack (John) Wesley and Hannah Green
The 12th century Tympanum frieze of Abbey church of Sainte-Foy depicts heaven and hell. At night the sounds the swallows (or their young) made while roosting, came together and seemed to pulsate in unison; it was as if one large- invisible creature was breathing. Working on her book "Little Saint" Hannah was very interested about everything concerning Sainte Foy and the Abbey, so one night after dinner down at the Roman bridge over the Dourdou, we all walked back up the Rue Charlemagne to listen to the breathing-like sound.