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There is a cave at Cleagh. One day a crowd of men were working in that field. When they went to take their tea they sat down on a flat flag. After a while they found themselves going down under the ground.
They lifted up the stone and under it there was a hole plastered around with clay and moss.
There is s Fort up above Straid called the Hill Field. I was there.
The soldiers were drilled in the years 1918, 1919, 1920 and 1921.
I got this from James Bradley, Cleagh, Clonmany. The field in which this cave is belongs to James.