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"The Devil's Chair"
(From our  "Quarterly Magazine")
By : Deborah Susan Jones : Editor

An ancient Myth & Legend . . . . . .
Carrying a load of stones in his apron as he traveled across Britain from Ireland, he stopped for a rest. He had planned to dump his load of stones to fill in the valley on the other side of the Stiperstones, known as Hell's Gutter.
As he rose after his rest on the highest rock of the Stiperstones, his apron strings snapped and the rocks tumbled out. He left the rocks scattered all over the ridge and legend has it that you can smell the brimstone on them in hot weather.

Drawn by the Artist in response to his explorations, both of Shropshire's Myths & Legends and his walks amongst the Hills of Shropshire and especially the Stiperstones Ridge.
 Deborah Susan Jones

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