Weird Norfolk Podcast - Episode 9: The Devil and the bells of Tunstall

PUBLISHED: 06:30 29 June 2018 | UPDATED: 14:11 29 June 2018

St Peter and St Paul Church, Tunstall. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

St Peter and St Paul Church, Tunstall. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

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As the flames licked the stone walls and the building began to crack and fall, parishioners feared nothing would remain of their beloved church at St Peter and St Paul’s church at Tunstall, a beacon for ships on the edge of a long-lost estuary which is now lonely marshland that stretches towards Great Yarmouth.

This week the Weird Sisters get their claws into a discussion about the Devil in folklore before getting stuck in to morals, religion and whether or not the Devil takes taxis.

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