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The Land of the Green Man by Carolyne Larrington, review

Across the heather of Wheeldale Moor above Whitby runs an ancient paved causeway that some archaeologists say is Neolithic. Local folk call it Wade’s Causey, the work of a giant who wanted his wife to be able to go and milk the cow without sinking in the bog. Nearby, on the road to Loftus, a standing stone may be seen, which they call Wade’s Stone and is thought to mark the giant’s grave.

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This entry was posted on October 15, 2015 by in Books, Folklore, Supernatural.

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