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Lulworth Cove

Dancing human forms have been seen on the beach on moonlit nights. This caused consternation during World War 2 when the beach was blockaded with mines and barbed wire to prevent a German landing! A headless coachman is seen to drive his vehicle from West Lulworth down to the cove; in the 18th century the cove was used as a landing point for boats ferrying goods from overseas but one day a highwayman lay in wait. One of the coachmen refused to yield to the highwayman's demands and in the ensuing fight, he was beheaded.

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