Legend has it that this cave, carved out of red sandstone on Nesscliffe Hill, was once the abode of Humphrey Kynaston and his horse 'Beelzebub'.
Humphrey was convicted of murder in 1491 and became an outlaw.
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Nesscliffe - Kynaston's Cave
June 1984

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