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Hidden East Anglia:

Landscape Legends of Eastern England

 

Miscellaneous tales:

 

          NORFOLK

                SUFFOLK
Billingford ~ Town of the battle  

Beccles ~

        

The Devil's hoofprint

The uncloseable window

Burgh St. Peter ~ The Devil's Stile
Denton ~ Misery Corner   Burgh ~ Skeleton Hole
Edgefield ~ Bodger's Gap   Clopton (nr. Woodbridge) ~ The guarded treasure
Gillingham ~

The haunted gate

King's Dam

  Creeting St. Mary ~ Jack's Green
Dallinghoo ~ Treasure at the gate
Great Yarmouth ~

The vanishing treasure

  Eyke ~ White Woman's Lane
Bloody Queen Mary Icklingham ~ The witch's path
Horsford ~ Kirkescrofte Ipswich ~ The effigy of Eagle Street
King's Lynn ~

The witch's brick

Parham ~ Parham Pillars
The Devil's footprint   St. James South Elmham ~ The gilded cuckoo
Prophecy of the leaning tower   Walberswick ~ Dead Man's Gully
Langley ~ The Devil's Round House    
Norwich ~

The cracked castle

Samson & Hercules  

                 CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Old Catton ~ White Woman Lane
Peddar's Way ~ The pot of gold   Burrough Green ~ The dancing statues
Rushford ~ The white horse Cambridge ~ The walking lions
Santon ~ The silver bells   A haunted gateway
Sculthorpe ~ The golden cradle   Hinxton ~ The stag's head
Sheringham ~ The haunted heap of stones   Horseheath ~ Money Lane
Thetford ~ The cursed gateway   Kingston ~ Cromwell's crack
      Stow cum Quy ~ The lady's treasure
         
     

                             ESSEX

      Billericay ~ The un-built cottage

            

    Bocking ~ Old Harkilees
      Chignal St. James ~ A knight at the moat
      Colchester ~ No grass will grow
      Felsted ~ The Felsted Hag
      Great Baddow ~ Deadman's Lane & Well
      Little Clacton ~ The unfillable hole
      South Benfleet ~ The Devil Steps
      Wallasea Island ~ The Devil's House

 

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