1931 W. H. Salter of the S.P.R. visits Rectory and advises Rev. Foyster to deter Price from visiting or demand that he promises in writing that he will not seek any form of publicity relating to the Rectory, 9th October.
1931 Price, Mrs. Goldney and others visit. Price suspects Marianne of deception and leaves on bad terms with Foysters.
1931 Richard Whitehouse visits the Smiths in Norfolk, December.
1932 Price mentions in a letter to Rev. Smith that he would like to visit Borley but the Foysters will not agree, 8th January.
1932 Price visits Rectory, reason unknown, April - November.
1933-4 Marianne Foyster working in London, home at weekends
1935 Price states his views about Marianne in a letter to Everard Fielding, he adds “Five years ago the place was literally alive with – something.”
1935 Price makes a B.B.C. broadcast about Borley Rectory.