|Gavin Welby, born Bernard Weiler|
According to some newspaper(s), the new Archbishop of Canterbury's father was a Jewish feather merchant from Ruislip, which is a kind of London suburb, who emigrated to New York during World War I. He reinvented himself as a liquor salesman while hinting at a fictitious aristocratic pedigree. Then, during the evil days of Prohibition, he prospered as a kind of bootlegger and made his way back to England where he had several adventures, including marriage to Winston Churchill's secretary. He was sued by a Baronet, apparently, and died pretty much alone in an apartment in Kensington.
|grey space creature|
His Archepiscopal son thinks his father was "alcohol dependent" and claims to be shocked at the revelation of his "secret life."
Well look, Welby's Guv'nor was a rogue but at least he wasn't possessed by the spirit of a Grey Alien space creature. And he was interesting. And he managed to send his kid to Eton.
Eton was a seminary of sorts, before the protestants got their mitts on it.
I'm off for a ride now. Carry on.