Mysterious Britain & Ireland

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Bokor Hill Station

Bokor Hill Station is a very eerie place. It is situated at the top of a jungle-clad mountain. It is permanently shrouded in a dense, impenetrable mist which gives the whole place a hopeless,...

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Lady Well (Our Lady’s Well), Speen

‘A WELL about 200 yards above the church, on the side of a steep hill, is remarkable for a fine and distinct echo. It is called “Our Lady’s Well,” most probably in reference to...

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Our Lady Well, Woolpit

According to The Legendary Lore of the Holy Wells of England by Robert Charles Hope (1893), ‘Near the church is the famous well of “Our Lady,” to which pilgrimages were wont to be made...

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Wren Day

Wren Day is celebrated on St Stephens Day (26 December) and generally comprised of a wren being killed, attached to a pole and presented on doorsteps within the township by wrenboys, singing a rhyme...

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Tehi Tegi

LONG hundreds of years ago there was a witch in the island who made herself the finest and cleverest-looking young woman in it. Her like for beauty was never before seen in this mortal...

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Redesmere, Siddington

A floating island with an attached legend could once be found at Redesmere in the grounds of Capesthorne Hall. The following description by Robert Charles Hope is published in The Legendary Lore of the...

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St Andrew’s Well, Kirkandrews-upon-Eden

‘Only one well has been discovered dedicated to St. Andrew in the county, which is situated in the churchyard of Kirkandrews-on-Eden, and is not affected by the most intense frost or the longest drought....

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Why The Wren Flies Close To The Earth

ONE day when the birds were all together, one of them said, “I have been watching men, and I saw that they had a king. Let us too have a king.” “Why?” asked the...