Tiny Coffins of Arthur’s Seat In 1836, five young boys, hunting for rabbits on Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh, found 17 minature coffins hidden inside a cave. Each coffin, only 4 inches in length, contained a little wooden figure, expertly carved with handmade clothing and little painted boots.
The “fairy coffins” discovered on Arthur’s Seat, a hill above Edinburgh, in 1836. Were they magical symbols, sailors’ memorials—or somehow linked to the city’s infamous mass murderers, Burke and Hare? Photo: National Museum of Scotland.Read more: http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/history/2013/04/edinburghs-mysterious-miniature-coffins/#ixzz2WYeXQu8s
Don't Blink? Near the center of Cedar Hill Cemetery is a large tombstone with a 3-D image of a baby's face carved on it. According to legend, if you stare at the baby's face for a while and then turn away, when you look back at the tombstone, the baby will be looking in a different direction. . Reminds me of the Weeping Angel from Doctor Who.....I would love to go see this!!