According to local legend, a child eating ogre in Brede Park was identified as the Sheriff of Surrey and Sussex, Sir Goddard Oxenbridge of Brede Place. Said to have stood seven foot tall (most likely just over 5 foot), he was also known as the Brede Giant. Oxenbridge died on 10 February 1531 and his tomb (constructed in 1537) can be found in the Parish Church of St George in Brede.
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In honour of #Halloween, today's theme is #SpookiestObject! 👻
To start we have this 12th century carved stone featuring 3 demons tormenting a man. One demon is even pulling out the man's soul through his mouth!
BEAT THAT! 💥