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 Hampshire The New Forest Rufus Stone Podvisits


Play your PodVisit beside the monument across the road from the Rufus Stone car park It is reputed to mark the spot where King William Rufus died in August 1100AD.

He was on a hunting party and one of his companions, Sir Walter Tyrrell, fired an arrow which glanced off an oak tree and hit the King in the chest, killing him instantly.

But mystery and intrigue has always surrounded Rufus' death - was it an accident or was it murder?

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