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Margate Shell Grotto
Margate Shell Grotto is located beneath the unlikeliest of housing estates imaginable! Legend has it that in the early 1800s a workman doing construction on a cottage in Margate dropped his spade down a narrow shaft. A young boy was sent down the hole to retrieve it and returned to the surface with stories of marvellous tunnels lined with thousands upon thousands of shells arranged in bizarre and intricate patterns. The true origins of the 140ft subterranean tunnel remains a mystery but you can read more theories here.
[Sources: Photos: Mine | Margate Shell Grotto]
St. Leonard’s Church Crypt
Below St. Leonard’s Church in Hythe, Kent, is a crypt containing the remains of 4000 men, women, and children. Exactly when and why the remains were interred is unknown. One vague theory suggests that they were victims of a battle in either AD456 or AD843 which were possibly moved into the crypt around the 13th-15th century to make more room in the graveyard.
[Sources: Photos: Mine | St. Leonard’s Crypt]