Sunday, 12 February 2017

Deadman's Island: Six things you wanted to know

The remains of dozens of people who were buried more than 200 years ago are being slowly exposed on an island in Kent.
Horror stories have been handed down the generations about the mysterious site, known as Deadman's Island, so the BBC's Inside Out South East programme took a boat across to investigate whether any of the rumours were true.
Lots of people have since been talking about it on social media sites.
Here are the answers to six things you wanted to know.

1. Where is Deadman's Island and who owns it?
It lies at the mouth of The Swale, opposite the town of Queenborough on the Isle of Sheppey, off the north Kent coast.
The uninhabited mudbank is owned by Natural England, who lease it to two people.-read more and see video

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