Some Facts About Britain
The corpse-eating kergrim in the churchyard of Launceston, Cornwall; the large, bearded spectre that haunts bedrooms in Glamis Castle, Scotland; the white-clad spectre of Lady Margaret Pomeroy, starved to death by her sister, seen in the dungeons and on the battlements of Berry Pomeroy Castle, Devon; the White Lady and phantom funeral procession at Godolphin House, Cornwall; 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; a number of ghosts at Jamaica Inn on Bodmin Moor, including a murdered sailor who sits on an outside wall; the ghostly Number Seven bus sometimes seen in Kensington, London; the May Day celebration of Baiting the Hobby Horse in Padstow, Cornwall; and the invisible ghost that grabs the shoulders of visitors to the teashop of Berry Pomeroy Castle, Devon, are among the ghosts, haunted places, folklore, myths and legends of Britain.
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