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Hidden East Anglia:

Landscape Legends of Eastern England

 

Crosses, crossroads & roadside graves:

 

             NORFOLK

               SUFFOLK

East Runton ~

A smuggler's grave  

Blythburgh ~

Toby's Walks

Feltwell ~

Plague stone   Bury St. Edmunds ~ The Plague Stone
Gillingham ~ Deadman's Lane   Butley ~ The suicidal prior
Hardley ~ The haunted cross-stone   Denham (West Suffolk) ~ The witch, the well & the crossroads
Harpley ~ Cross's Grave   Elveden ~ Marmansgrave
Langley ~ The cursed cross   Grundisburgh ~ Bond's Corner
Melton Constable ~ Pigg's Grave   Hadleigh ~ Mary Miller's grave
Redenhall-with-Harleston ~ Lush's Bush   Ixworth ~ Alecock's Grave

Thetford ~

      

Barnham Cross

Chunk Harvey's Grave

Kesgrave ~ Dobbs' Grave
Mendham ~ Hulk's Grave
Moulton ~ The Boy's Grave
  Rickinghall Inferior ~ The plague stone

                  CAMBRIDGESHIRE

  Sotterley ~ Kate's Parlour
Bartlow ~ The witch's grave   Stuston ~ The Plague Stone
Horseheath ~ Daddy Witch's grave   Uggeshall ~ Hogg's Corner

Meldreth ~

A gypsy grave   Walberswick ~ Deadman's Cross

Little Abington ~

Lagden's Grave   Walsham le Willows ~ The gypsy's grave
      Wissett ~ King's Danger
      Wyverstone ~ Another gypsy grave
      Yoxford ~ Dead Men's Corner
         
                                            ESSEX
      Ashingdon ~ Golden Cross
      Bicknacre ~ The White Elm
      Canewdon ~ Legends of the witches
      Castle Hedingham ~ Poll Miles' grave
      Clacton ~ Bocking's Elm
      Felsted ~ Plague stone
      Finchingfield ~

Witch-burial at the crossroads

Highwaymen at the roadside

      Fingringhoe ~ The smuggler's oak
      Great Wakering ~ Baker's Grave
      Greensted ~ Draper's Corner
      Little Waltham ~ The witch's stone of Scrapfaggots Green
      Pitsea ~ The witch's grave (that isn't)
      Roxwell ~ Thieves' Corner
      Thundersley ~

The Daws Heath burials

Shrieking Boy's Wood

      Tollesbury ~ Jordan's Green
      Wickham St. Paul ~ The Seven Sisters

 

                                                                             Extra: Some more odd burials

 

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