The Scottish poet Alexander Smith said that ‘There is no ghost so difficult to lay as the ghost of an injury' and for those tombstone tourists in search of a Brigante Tomb - a ramble through Fossgate is a MUST.
If you are a true turophile - you may believe that you have died and gone to heaven with the discovery of this particular Brigante Tomb!
Every Brigante Tomb will lead the curious and suspicious to the telling of a macabre or murderous tale and they await discovery with impatience.
Although the epitome of tranquility and history - this delightful little oasis is home to a ghostly little girl with a reputation for mischief!
It is a truth universally acknowledged that one Brigante Tomb is restlessly awaiting discovery in the window of a deliciously harmonious emporium along Micklegate.
As you continue in your quest to discover the locations of those Brigante Tombs - a wander along Church Street is a MUST!
Should you meander along the old cobblestones through the old street of Newgate here in the Ancient City of York - you may yet discover a Brigante Tomb nestled within an old crooked window.
The Lady Brigante is delighted to inform the curious, the unsuspecting and those folk partial to a mystery or thirteen that those Brigante Tombs are NOW restlessly awaiting discovery in the windows of York’s city centre emporiums.
As All Hallows Eve beckons – Lady Brigante cordially invites the curious, the unsuspecting and those folk partial to a mystery or two on a self-guided adventure hunt through the snickelways and secret passages of the Ancient City of York.