Lying out in southern Wiltshire, England, not far from Salisbury near Wilton, and only 8 miles from Stonehenge, is one of the largest woodlands in the country, a place called Grovely Wood. Designated as an important wildlife site, the area is also historically important, with much Iron Age and Roman archaeology in the vicinity of the woods, as well as the ruins of Iron Age/Romano-British settlements, hillforts, and farming enclosures, and with an ancient Roman road meandering right through it. It is all located in a region known for its mystical mysteries, populated by numerous quaint villages and Medieval towns, as well as haunted places. Indeed, Grovely Wood itself has long said to be haunted, cursed, or both, and it is full of plenty of dark lore and mystical mysteries.
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