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|NGR:||ST 39656 54968|
Situated in a low crag 10yds SW of Denny's Hole and hidden in dense scrub. Entrance faces SE and is 5ft wide and 2ft high and a bedrock rock rises to meet the roof 8ft inside.
Alternate Names: Southall's Hole, Cindy's Cave, A Hole
Notes: The cave is said to have been discovered by Sidcot School SS in 1930. who found a human jaw after an initial superficial dig. Further excavation cleaned out the cave to reveal the remains of six human skeletons examined by Dr. N. Cooper. The source of this information is not known.
This entry was last updated: 2015-10-27 07:24:55
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