For hundreds of years, the Island has been renowned for its lace. A tradition passed from mothers to daughters. The lace was so pure and perfect that it punished any person black of heart who purchased it.
It has been noted by many residents that ghostly inns are becoming an increasingly regular occurance across the island. These establishments appear only when the conditions of moon and weather are correct. One inn known for particularly good seafood materializes only in light drizzle during a waning moon on the Embankment Road in Brading, while another with excellent ales appears on Shorwell Shute in light mist during a new moon.
We are attempting to create a map of these inns for our readers who are looking for a more quaint and old-fashioned dining experience. If you have receently seen ot visited one of these ghostly inns please write to us with any information.