The Murder Stone

24 February 2021 ·

Location: Cadoxton – Churchyard
Type: Haunting Manifestation
Date / Time: Stone still present, sighting of ghosts pre 1920s


Further Comments: A stone monument was erected in the churchyard in memory of Margaret Williams, whose murdered body was found on nearby marshland in 1822. Because she was pregnant at the time of her death, it was widely believed her lover and her killer were the same man. Nonetheless, Margaret’s killer was never caught. Two ghostly forms were reported by the stones, thought to be Margaret and her former lover.

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