The Humber bridge nature reserve is in the east ridings of Yorkshire, and is scenic place where families spend the day. It's also the location of rumour and legend, like that of the headless man that stalks the woodland at night. The legend has a grain of truth as a motorcyclist was beaten to death there in 1963 though wasn't decapitated as the rumour suggests. It isn't the only story about the park. The phantom of a vanishing cyclist is said to be regularly seen. It is said a cyclist had died by plunging over the edge of the quarry and his ghost continues to replay the tragedy. Another urban legend is that the black mill, a windmill that stands in the park, was a safe place for witches in Victorian times which made it a spot for practising Satanists in the 1980s.
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IA 07 by Andrew Sacco
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