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The remains of a portal dolmen burial chamber dating from around 4100BC the Whispering Knights can be as evocative as their name suggests, looming from the mist in the cool Warwickshire morning. They stand 5 to 8 feet in height and are close to the Rollright Stones in Oxfordshire with which they share folklore.
The four upright stones probably at one time supported the fallen stone to form a chamber within a mound which has long since weathered away.
The Whispering Knights were said to go and drink from the local stream by the light of the full moon.