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Happisburgh


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One of the most hideous ghosts of all time haunted this Norfolk town in the 1800s, and was spotted by local farmers on many occasions.

This ghost appeared as a legless human torso, its head dangling down its back attached by a chord of flesh. It was seen floating from the sea to an ancient well, where it would put down the sack that it had been carrying.

The farmers who had been so disturbed by this gruesome sight decided to search the well, and a sliced up human cadaver was discovered. It is thought that the murdered man was a smuggler who lost his life after a fight with some companions over some stolen goods.

 

 

 

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