Some Facts About Britain
The mermaids and sunken treasure of Cudden Point, Cornwall; the ghost of Clifford Dudley, executed with Lady Jane Grey, still weeping in the Beauchamp Tower of the Tower of London; the spectre of the 18th Century Reverend Cole, seen in the garden of the vicarage at Luxulyan, Cornwall; the spectre of Jan Tregeagle, who must empty Dozmary Pool with only a limpet shell, on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall; the mermaid carvings of Zennor Church, Cornwall, reminders of how a mermaid and one Matthew Trevella became lovers; the spectre of Mrs Baines, killed by her own watchman, in Penzance, Cornwall; how Dozmary Pool, Cornwall, is home to the Lady of the Lake, protecting King Arthur's sword, Excalibur; how Parson Jupp was reincarnated as a spider at the vicarage in St Cleer, Cornwall; how a dewar (devil) haunts New Bridge, near Chudleigh Knighton, Devon; and how money paid by the Devil at the Tavistock Inn in Poundgate, Devon, turned into leaves after he left, are some of the folklore, haunted places, ghosts, myths and legends of Britain.
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