Neil's idea is to focus the map on things people can see as they go around the island and that he started out with "the visible megalithic sites" such as the dolmens and menhirs.
His inspiration for the map came about as he thinks "our history, through the education system, has been hid under a bushel".
Through the research he did before launching the map he said he found there was a lot more to it than he expected and recounted a "ghost story" he had discovered of "a headless funeral cortege" at the Haye Du Puits.
Neil said the site is "academic light" and hopes it will continue an oral tradition of local folklore, albeit in a modern way and is hoping to discover more stories of myths and legends from around the island.
If you can add anything to the map you can do so on the page or by emailing Neil at firstname.lastname@example.org
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