Some Facts About Britain
The spectre of Sir William Langhorne that harasses women in Charlton House, now a community centre, in London; the ghostly harbinger of death that haunts Ashleigh Barton, 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; the wicked priest Dando who, on Sundays, still hunts with hounds along the Tamar River between Devon and Cornwall; the phantom drummer of Edinburgh Castle in Scotland; how a white hare seen near Looe, Cornwall, is the spirit of a suicidal girl; the fiery chariot pulled by a bull in Jew's Lane, near Godolphin House, Cornwall; how the menhirs the Nine Maidens, near st Columb Major, Cornwall, were nine girls (and a fiddler) petrified for carousing on the Sabbath; the spectral nun appearing in Exeter Cathedral on July evenings; and the ghost of an Irishwoman, who vainly clung to a rock now called the Irish Lady, reliving her death at Sennen Cove, Cornwall, are some of the folklore, haunted places, ghosts, myths and legends of Britain.
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