A ghost of Cornwall who rides accompanied by his hounds. According to legend, the Devil carried off a dissolute priest named Dando who went hunting on Sundays. Since then he and his dogs, known as the Dandy Dogs, are seen or heard galloping across the moorland and valleys on dark nights.



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  • Haughton, B. (2012). Famous Ghost Stories: Legends and Lore. New York: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc., p. 16.