I suggest you contact Alex Godden at Hampshire County Council, who has done some interesting research on folklore and archaeological sites. His email is [log in to unmask]
From: British archaeology discussion list [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Peter Clark
Sent: 09 August 2013 15:19
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Subject: [BRITARCH] Megalithic legends
a colleague in France has asked me for help regarding the myths and legends surrounding megalithic monuments in Britain and Ireland. Not really my field, and when I tried Googling I just get page after page of loony tunes.
Can anybody out there help? Any folklore surrounding particular megalithic sites, ideally with some decent scholarly (or at least sober) references would be marvellous.
It's nearly the weekend!
Peter Clark BA FSA MIFA FSA Scot
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