How neo-Nazi groups are using National Trust sites to hold sinister night-time ceremonies

Mail Online | 8/11/2019 | Abul Taher for The Mail on Sunday
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British neo-Nazis are using National Trust sites to conduct sinister rituals, it emerged this weekend.

A far-Right group that promises followers reward in the afterlife if they die in the 'struggle for freedom' has vowed to 'take back' ancient locations.

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The National Trust said it was aware such groups had used Avebury, a World Heritage site in Wiltshire with prehistoric stone circles, to carry out rituals. It has reported this to police and said it would step up security at Wayland's Smithy in Oxfordshire, a Neolithic burial chamber it manages on behalf of English Heritage, after swastikas were carved into trees.

It is believed a group calling itself Woden's Folk has carried out masked torchlit rituals at both Avebury and Wayland's Smithy and has boasted of launching an 'English resistance' at the two sites. One of the...
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