Category Archives: Gotham

Nottinghamshire Hauntings

by Frank E Earp It is said that there are more legends and stories of ghosts per square mile in Britain than any other place in the world. How can we explain this remarkable fact? Perhaps one of the overriding … Continue reading

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Return to Gotham: The Cuckoo Bush Mound

by Frank E Earp In April, May and June, The cuckoo sings a merry tune. But in August and July. Having sung, away does fly. (South Nottinghamshire Rhyme).   I must admit that I have not heard the call of … Continue reading

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THE WISE MEN OF GOTHAM

by Frank E Earp ‘On a tyme, the men of Gottam would haue pinned in the Cuckoo, whereby shee should sing all the yeere, and in the midst of ye town they made a hedge round in compasse, and they … Continue reading

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