The Derbyshire villages of Draycott and Church Wilne have dozed
quietly beside the left bank of the Derwent for more than a
thousand years, barely registering a mention even in the history of
the area. But have things really been as quiet as that? What about
the case of the dodgy 18th-century vicar? The flying corpse? The
combustible cricketer? And more disastrous, but unexplained, fires
than you could shake a stick at. No, things are definitely not as
quiet as they seem down by the Derwent. And anyway, why are the
local inhabitants known as 'Neddies'?
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