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The Lantern Man and the Wherryman

Thurlton, Norfolk, England (map) Dated: 1809
The lantern men were believed to be shadowy spirits, who used their light to lure travellers from the pathways into the marshes, to drown. This is the story of Joseph Bexfield and his encounter with the lantern men.

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Name: Oliver 9th January 2014
Woah! Super-creepy! I live in East Anglia
Name: Sebastian 5th July 2013
OMG i have been there and i thought a hear a little noise, creppy!
Name: Heebeejeebees Dude 18th April 2013
Im NEVER going there,way too creepy.
Not even for a BILLION pounds
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