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St Osyth's Spring

St Osyth, Essex, England (map) Dated: 600 - 700
Many old legends tell about miracles; however, the final walk of St Osyth must be one of the strangest tales. Read the story and find out more.

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Name: Henri Pavilla 18th April 2017
This myth/legend is amazing I loved the story and wonder if it\'s real or not just want to know.
Name: Porscha 6th September 2016
Like this story and love all these myths and legends xxx
Name: Brianna Brown 15th January 2016
it was so beautiful, so very beautiful
I nearly cried after reading this myth.
it may or may not be real but this was an amazing legend or myth.
and I was wondering is this real?
is there any proof this happened?
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