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The Abandoned Children of Wailing Wood

Watton, Norfolk, England (map) Dated: 1541 - 1572
Can you imagine being lost and alone in a dark wood at night? The tale is set in Wayland Wood in Norfolk and nearby Griston Hall was once home to a very wicked uncle.

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Latest comments:
Name: Bryson 15th December 2014
Well I think the story was good
And they shod put more stuff in the story that wade Mack it better.
Name: Cas 24th August 2014
Strangely enough I have never heard of babes in the woods, I'm hoping its not as sad as this myth/legend was. Those poor children did not deserve the fate they got.
Name: Cat 13th August 2014
I know of Hansel and Gretel but the children survive and the witch dies
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