This is the tale of the Witch of Wookey
Hole, and visitors to the Somerset attraction can still see the sorceress staring out across the River Axe.
Down Somerset way, there's a spooky cave tour, the Halloween Circus Show, a Halloween Grotto and the Witch of Wookey
Hole has a free treat for every child Book at Wookey.co.uk/halloween-at-wookey-hole until 4 November The perfect PJs As the winter nights start drawing in, we can't think of anything better than putting on the perfect pair of PJs.
Channel your inner hag in Somerset and learn the art of broomstick flying with the famous Witch of Wookey
herself, joined by some resident wizarding professors to put trainee flyers through their paces - and give out treats.
For more information, visit www.showcaves.co.uk Three more to consider Wookey Hole Caves Meet the Witch of Wookey
over the half term holiday.
Mr Culley, from Cardiff, was selected as the winner of the first round of interviews by a motley judging panel consisting of a David Beckham lookalike, a Simon Cowell lookalike, tanning expert Dee Bronze - the official witch of Wookey
Hole - and Mrs Edwards.
Used by humans for 45,000 years, the caves are noted for the Witch of Wookey
Hole, a stalagmite that legend says is a witch turned to stone by a monk.
The Witch of Wookey
Hole will even take you on a tour of her ancient lair.
Halloween at Wookey Hole Caves Take an evening tour of the caves with the Witch of Wookey
Hole and Father Bernard this Halloween.
Call Sunvil Discovery on 020 8758 4722 (www.sunvil.co.uk) Happy half-term Hallowe'en at Wookey Hole caves Head to the Wookey Hole limestone caves near Wells for a week of happy horrors including a Hallowe'en Circus, creepy competitions, spooky caves and the new Witch of Wookey
Details: 01749 673477, www.wellsmuseum.org.uk) on Cathedral Green where among other local historical finds are the remains of the so-called Witch of Wookey
- actually a goatherd reckoned to have lived in the Iron Age.