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Standing Stone / Menhir


Heading south east from the standing stone and over the river devon, 2/3rds of the way up on the west side of the Clackmannan Tower hill there is the kings seat stone which offers the King a good view of the setting sun and the kingdom of manau, a few yards down in the tree line is a stone where warrioirs have sharpened their blades. Further down the hill is the castle moat which is in fair condition. In the old lade to Parkmill there are conspicuous stones which may have formed a row at one point they have been moved from the field.

In the mary wood on the north side of the devon there was once a stone circle, can't find it now, but when we were kids we were told not to down the woods at night as witches danced naked doon there around a fire!
Posted by brathey
5th January 2010ce

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