Some Facts About Britain
Spectral medieval hunters seen in woods at Lustleigh Cleave, Devon; the procession of ghostly, white-clad monks on the Lych Way, Dartmoor; the three spectres of Trinity Church on Micklegate, York; the ghostly old woman, in a red headscarf, haunting Kitty Steps, by a pool in Lydford Gorge, Dartmoor; phantoms of the Theatre Royal in York, including a Grey Lady and an actor who was killed in a duel; Lyonesse, the fabled land that once joined Land's End to the Isles of Scilly; the ghostly coach and headless horses seen before Christmas in Penryn, Cornwall (turn away, or the coachman may carry off your spirit); the corpse-eating kergrim in the churchyard of Launceston, Cornwall; the skeletal horse ridden by Old Crockern at Crockern's Tor, Dartmoor; and a phantom miner, demons and the damned Jan Tregeagle (hiding from Satan) in St Michael's Chapel, Roche Rocks, Cornwall, are among the ghosts, haunted places, folklore, myths and legends of Britain.
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