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    Haunted Burial Monds of Exmoor

    Exmoor is a spooky, desolate national park in England which was well populated in the Bronze age by Beaker folk who left burial mounds all over the landscape. In this video I visit Five Barrows, which actually has 9 barrrows, including a bell barrow. I also speak to Professor Alan Outram about the possibility that Exmoor ponies are related to Bronze Age horses of the Beaker folk and therefore descended from Yamnaya horses and I look at Brokenbarrow urn, a burial urn which was retrieved from a Bronze Age barrow on Exmoor. Finally I reveal a spooky ghost story from 1630 about an Exmoor man who retrieved a different urn from Brokenbarrow and was haunted by the spirits of the barrow as a result.


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    The place where I work at was haunted apparently. I would hear a woman's nail picking at the back door at two o clock in the morning.
    The ghost would knock over the phone sometimes one time she dis this three times and knocked over my coffee and pissed me off.
    After that I prayed for the ghost to be sent on its way.
    Sometime later I heard her hiss something in my ear slam loudly on the back door and she was gone.

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