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The ghosts of St. Michael's Mount
Posted on Saturday, 27 November, 2004 |
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Giant killers, angels and ghosts are just part of the charm of St Michael's Mount, writes David Wilson.
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#1 Posted by
Great Big Sea
on 27 November, 2004, 19:24
div class='quotetop'QUOTE Even by the standards of immortals, St Michael has a dazzling resumé. He supposedly works against temptation and on behalf of ambulance drivers, artists, bakers, bankers, boatmen, medical technicians, paratroopers and paramedics. He also moonlights for Spanish cops, sailors and radiotherapists, among others. In his spare time, he lobbies for Texas, Florida and, of course, Cornwall (and you thought you were busy). Funny. Wish there was more ghosts in this one today that's why I clicked on the link.
#2 Posted by
on 27 November, 2004, 21:42
I used to work as a guide on St Michael's Mount when I was a student. A long time ago. I used to have my lunch on my own in a little room just off the hall. I used to quite like it in there and couldn't wait to eat my sandwiches in that little room overlooking the sea. And then I was told it was haunted, and there had been poltergeist activity in there. Suddenly I didn't look forward to my lunchbreak any more. But I never did see or feel anything paranormal in all my time there.
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