Some Facts About Britain
Spectral Roman soldiers who march through the cellars of the Treasurer's House, York; ghostly monks at Buckfastleigh Abbey, Devon; how Sir Francis Drake, with other ghostly magicians, replay the creation, from Devil's Point in Plymouth, the storm that defeated the Spanish Armada; the wicked priest Dando who, on Sundays, still hunts with hounds along the Tamar River between Devon and 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 Pool of the Black Hound near Dean Combe, Devon, where a phantom dog (actually a weaver named Knowles) is doomed to empty the pond with a leaky nutshell; 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; how Pengersick Castle, Cornwall, is haunted by a Mr Millington, who accidentally drank the poison intended for his wife; the demons, witches and piskeys (pixies) that torment travellers at Kenidjack near St Just, Cornwall; and the ghostly white dog of Cator Common on Dartmoor, are some of the folklore, haunted places, ghosts, myths and legends of Britain.
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