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Check out the article about the Feytin Ape. I loved this story th efirst time I heard it and I only wish it could be true. Everytime I read it I just have to put my cloth cap on and think of home.
I wish I had asked him what rat baiting, pitch and toss, crown and anchor, frog swallowing and cut jumping were at the time. I suspect some of these are dubious too.
Wayland's Smithy is one of the most impressive and atmospheric Neolithic burial chambers in Britain. Somehow this ancient grave became associated with Wayland, the Saxon god of metalworking, from whom it takes its name.
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