Some Facts About Britain
The ghostly Number Seven bus sometimes seen in Kensington, London; how, off St Ives in Cornwall, the ship Neptune sank after seeing a ghost ship, becoming another ghost ship; the phantom monks carrying a funeral bier, seen near Childe's Tomb on Dartmoor; the cross-shaped bare earth on the grave of John Davies in the churchyard of Montgomery, Wales, fulfilling his prophecy and proving his innocence of the theft for which he was hanged; the screams of Katherine Howard, begging for her life, still heard in Hampton Court Palace; the spectre of Sir Francis Drake, driving a hearse with headless horses, at Buckland Abbey, Devon; the spectres of Cavalier Kate Penfound, whose lover John was killed for being a Roundhead, and that of smuggler Arthur Penfound, in Penfound Manor, Cornwall; the monster that lurks in a secret chamber of Glamis Castle, Scotland; the sound of bells, from a sunken ship, heard near Forrabury, Cornwall; and spectral medieval hunters seen in woods at Lustleigh Cleave, Devon, are among the ghosts, haunted places, folklore, myths and legends of Britain.
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