Some Facts About Britain
How two half-brothers, children of a bigamous and murderous crusader, finally met and befriended each other at Pengersick Castle - a white hare is the spirit of one of their mothers; spectral Roman soldiers who march through the cellars of the Treasurer's House, York; the mermaids at Sennen Cove, Cornwall; the phantom monk, seen on Christmas Eves in the ruined abbey of Strata Florida, Wales; how Sir Francis Drake invoked the Devil to make changes to his home, Buckland Abbey; the ghost of Lady Glamis, burned at the stake in the reign of witchcraft-obsessed James V of Scotland, that hovers above the clock tower and walks the corridors of Glamis Castle; the spectre of Jan Tregeagle, who must empty Dozmary Pool with only a limpet shell, on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall; how Squire Cabell and his black hounds haunt the Abbots's Way on Dartmoor, Devon; the spectre of the 18th Century Reverend Cole, seen in the garden of the vicarage at Luxulyan, Cornwall; and how hairy hands, perhaps those of an escaped convict, seize the steering wheels of cars near Postbridge, Devon, are some of the folklore, haunted places, ghosts, myths and legends of Britain.
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