Legend of... LbNA # 35301
|Found By||Mutt Pack |
|Last Update||Aug 8 2012 |
One legend of how Nags Head obtained it's name is the result of a native to the Outer Banks who tied a lantern around the neck of an old nag. The horse would then be led back and forth on the sand dunes to lure ships in to run aground, as they would mistake the lantern for ships safely at anchor. When they would also attempt to go to anchor these ships would instead run aground, and then be looted by the land pirates of Nags Head.
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Please use extreme caution retrieving and replacing this box, as you will be in full view of neighboring houses and people coming and going in the area. In order to preserve this box it is necessary to wait until you will not be seen.
Replace the box in better condition then you found it.
Bring your own ink and pen.