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St Pancras, Arlington

There is a thought to be a bell legend associated with Arlington parish Church, where the bell has been lost in a deep pool somewhere in the Cuckmere River.  As with the Slinfold Bell...

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St. Leonards Forest Dragon (1614)

A pamphlet was printed in 1614 warning of a serpent in St. Leonards Forest.  The text can be found below: True and Wonderful A Discourse relating a strange and monstrous Serpent (or Dragon) lately...

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M6 Puma (2021)

The following is extracted from a Gloucestershire Live article by Daisy Herman and Kim Horton, entitled ‘Big cat seen ‘waiting to pounce’ on side of motorway’ was published on 4 December 2021. ‘Out of...

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M5 Wolf (2021)

The following Gloucestershire Live article by Daisy Kim Horton, entitled ‘Wolf seen crossing M5 by lorry driver at 4am’ was published on 15 March 2021. More wolf sightings have been reported and the latest...

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Parish Church of St Lupus, Malew

Back in the 19th century the Parish Church gained a local reputation of being haunted. A piece entitled ‘The Laying of a Ghost’, appearing in the Peel City Guardian, dated 28 December 1901 describes...

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Headless Lady of Buckland Glen

In the Dundrennan district of Kirkcudbright a persisted belief lingers concerning a headless lady haunting the Buckland Glen. The following narrative which has been handed down lends an increased interest to the tradition:— Long...

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St Ninian’s Cave

St Ninian’s is a site of early Christian worship in Scotland and a site of pilgrimage. Local tradition has it that St Ninian would use the cave as retreat. Ninian (aka Trynnian or Ringan)...