Note of Warning: This topic includes dark themes and may not be appropriate for those under the age of thirteen.
Corpse Roads weren’t just passageways that the English peasantry took in order to transport their dead to consecrated ground. They also serve as a reminder that Halloween superstitions were an everyday occurrence in medieval times. Be careful where you walk this spooky season, as lost spirits might just be walking alongside you.
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- If you would like to know more about Corpse Roads, check out the book ‘The Corpse Roads of Cumbria: Featured Walks along the County’s Ancient Paths’ by Alan Cleaver and Lesley Park.