Ghosts from Berkshire Places
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famous Combe Gibbet stands just within the parish boundary. It was only
ever used once: to hang a local carrier and his lover, George Broomham
& Dorothy Newman, who had murdered his wife and children by drowning
them in ‘Murderers’ Pool’. Their unquiet spirits are still seen
around the scene of their hilltop demise.
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