For questions 6-10, have a look at the following extract and then answer the questions based on it:
Haunted by a Fiddler
Position: St James' Park, King's Lynn, Norfolk.
OS Map: North West Norfolk, Sheet 132, 1:50,000.
Map Ref: TF 625 98
Access: Red Mount Chapel is on a mound on 'The Walks' in the park.
Red Mount Chapel is a superb example of the Gothic style in architecture and even boasts its own musical ghost.
Built in 1485 at the time of Henry VII, the first Tudor king, the chapel was a stopping-off place for pilgrims on their way to the shrine at Walsingham via the port of King's Lynn. Octagonal in shape, it is very small, and has three floors. The top floor is a chapel with ‘fan tracery’ much like that in Cambridge university’s King's College.
Underneath the chapel building there is reputed to be a long tunnel (not unusual), running to the town of Castle Rising - a distance of 18km/12 miles (very unusual). An unfortunate, drunken fiddler once decided to explore the dark passageway carrying his instrument, his dog and his pint! He never reached the end of the tunnel, wherever it went, but his spirit is said to remain and to be heard on occasions playing his tunes and singing, accompanied by the whining of his poor dog!
Places of Interest in the Neighbourhood:
• The Shattered Maid's Heart (King's Lynn)
• Killed by a Pinprick (Stow Bartolph)
• Detached Church Tower (West Walton)
East Anglican Curiosities - Rick O'Brien