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Drumelzier (Scotland UK)

This is reputed to be a place where Merlin was buried near the 'River Tweed'. Legend has it that Merlin organised a pagan army to fight against the Christians of Strathclyde, and that his army was defeated, almost all totally slaughtered. As it was Merlin who had incited the men to fight, it was said that he was condemned to wander the forests until his own death because he carried their blood guilt on his head. It is said that Merlin eventually died when he was chased by a group of angry shepherds and tried to jump across the River Tweed but fell only to impale himself on wooden stakes that were holding up the salmon nets of local fishermen.