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Mysterious Britain & Ireland Domesday Census
In 1086 William the Conqueror commissioned a survey to to find out what or how much each landholder had in land and livestock, and what it was worth. The record of this survey became known as the Domesday Book and was invaluable when it came to setting taxation.
To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Mysterious Britain & Ireland we are launching our own survey of hauntings, folklore, legends and strange experiences,though we are not restricting ours to England and its Shires.
We intend to provide a database where our registered members can post information about cases they have come across, regardless where abouts in the world they are.
How Do I Get Involved?
Simple. Whenever you find information regarding something of interest, stick it up on our Mysterious Britain & Ireland Worldwide Domesday Survey pages in our Forum. This information could be from books, websites, newspapers, television programmes, local knowledge or from personal experience.
Try to make the information as detailed as possible and please do quote your information source.
Even the smallest amount of detail is worth submitting as other users can expand upon each item with their own comments.
In time we hope write up each case and add them to the Gazetteer.