Kerrie Ann Gardner | Windwhistle
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Windwhistle Vale, Somerset


There is a hill between Chard and Crewkerne in Somerset called Windwhistle Hill. On an extremely clear day, two coastlines can be seen from the top; the Bristol and the English Channel. Many strange things are said to have happened there. Motorists who have stopped nearby hear a ‘tap tap’ on their windows and eerie lights and shapes have also been reported. In fact, legend has it that the Devil himself is buried beneath the hill.

That may be why I didn’t linger long on the summit, but made my way down the northern side a little way to photograph the Somerset landscape beyond it before it got dark.


June 28, 2015