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; the ghostly monk haunting the rectory in North Huish, Devon; how the dark-clad daughter of Judge Glanville, who sentenced her to death, is often seen in Kilworthy House, in Tavistock, Devon; how a dewar (devil) haunts New Bridge, near Chudleigh Knighton, Devon; 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; how baptism in the water of St Ruth's Well in Redruth, Cornwall, saves any child from being hanged in the future; the ghost of Clifford Dudley, executed with Lady Jane Grey, still weeping in the Beauchamp Tower of the Tower of London; how the menhirs the Nine Maidens, near st Columb Major, Cornwall, were nine girls (and a fiddler) petrified for carousing on the Sabbath; supernatural phenomena including a Lady in Grey, possibly Mary, Queen of Scots, in Holyrood Palace (Holyroodhouse); and how Squire Cabell and his black hounds haunt the Abbots's Way on Dartmoor, Devon, are some of the folklore, haunted places, ghosts, myths and legends of Britain.
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