Corn Dolly and Ram’s Skull Poster
An atmospheric photograph of objects in the Museum.
In the past, the witches of Boscastle would capture the wind in knotted ropes. Sailors would buy these ropes and as wind was required to fill the sails, a knot was untied and they would be blown on their way.
Based on a sign on the outside of the museum, painted by Vivienne Shanley.
Approx. 42cm (16.5″) tall and 30cm (12″) wide.
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