Found on the moors
We received an intriguing inquiry the other day. Can anyone help to decipher the significance of the runes and feathers shown in the photos sent to us?
An old sign was removed and on the back they found carvings.
They also saw black feathers attached to the gateposts.
The black feathers were on two gate posts leading up into nearby woodland and on to a hill top enclosure (Neolithic). If anyone has any ideas about the significance of this, please email Judith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the words of Cecil Williamson, the founder of the Museum and creator of the sign below “And it still goes on today…”