Back from the dead in Swansea
In 1290 a crowd watched William Crach, a prisoner at Swansea Castle, being hanged until he was dead, but later he began to breathe again. This was seen as a miracle and he was allowed to go free, on certain conditions. For more about the castle's ...
history, including the visit of Gerald of Wales and the Archbishop of Canterbury while recruiting crusaders in 1188, use your smartphone to scan the HistoryPoints QR codes on the information board near Worcester Place. Or click here