This article was first published in The Unknown magazine, April 1987.
The ancient mound which once supported Cadbury Castle in rural Somerset has long been reputed to have been the last resting place of the legendary King Arthur. Whether this myth is based on truth or the result of more speculation about the Arthurian legend, is really a matter for speculation. But it did encourage the B.P.O.S. to look a little further into local rumours surrounding the site, as this article records.
© David Farrant