The Stone Whisperers was believed to be an assemblage of thirteen giant stones erected thousands of years ago in England. Twelve of the stones were arranged in a semicircle facing the thirteenth stone, which became known as the King Stone, which emitted a strange glow. The King Stone was actually the psychomolecular prison of an evil warrior, Ravage, and the other twelve stones were the sentries watching over him. Their origins passed into myth and legend.
By 2008, the Stone Whisperers was enclosed in a visitors' centre, which had been constructed thanks to a lottery grant, and its curator was Mr Riley. That year, Mr Bradbury's history class visited after their field trip to St Margaret's House Museum. While there, Sarah Jane Smith, Luke Smith, Maria Jackson and Clyde Langer witnessed Professor Jacqueline Lauton's scans of the stones, which inadvertently freed Ravage, who possessed Luke. The other twelve stones turned back into sentries and pursued him. After a great mental battle, Luke eventually expelled Ravage from his mind, dispersing his essence and causing the King Stone to stop glowing. (AUDIO: The Thirteenth Stone)