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I am told that there was a rock on the North Sea,

just off the Firth of Tay, Scotland.

This rock proved very dangerous to many ships,

because when the high tide came in,

the rock was hidden just below the surface.


There was a warning bell attached to the rock

by the Abbot of Aberbrothok, so when tide came in the hugh warning bell floated and rang out a warning to all ships that passed:

there was hidden danger.


This warning bell was stolen by a sea pirate.


History records about a year after the said warning bell was stolen, there was a terrible pirate ship crash at this rock,

and the pirate perished in the icy waters.


It appears the pirate that stole the warning bell, perished on the hidden rock one stormy night.

Why?


Do we remove the ancient landmarks and warning bells?


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