The eastern counties have a rich and colourful history of very strange tales. For instance, does a phantom black dog haunt the coastlines and countryside? Did this same dog attack Bungay church in 1577? Centuries earlier, did green children from a subterranean world visit the Suffolk village of Woolpit? More recently, why did the owls of Swaffham suddenly start to glow in the dark? And does the ghost of a monk haunt the stage of the Maddermarket Theatre? There are plenty more apparitions of ghosts, plus numerous tales of giants, rains of fish and periwinkles and other assorted unidentified flying objects. This course will explore the most intriguing of these stories: the strangest, the spookiest and the just plain daft. It will attempt to separate the folklore from fact while trying to get to the truth of what really happened. As the phrase goes: the truth is out there…

 

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