Chester Road Marford Wrexham_County Wales
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The village of Marford sits in the Welsh Borderlands between the ancient city of Chester and the Welsh town of Wrexham. Marford is famous for its strange looking Gothic cottages, and indeed several of the houses including the Trevor Arms are reputed to have crucifixes or crosses, some in the form of cross-shaped windows, built into the very fabric of the buildings to protect the inhabitants from evil spirits. Lady Margaret Blackbourne is the phantom concerned; she was cruelly murdered by her husband in the 18th century and her unhappy spirit took to wandering through the village, terrifying the inhabitants. Some say Lady Margaret's ghost is still sometimes seen...
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