Named after its owner Sir Berney Brograve who built the mill in 1771. Sir Berney is painted as an angry and drunken man, possibly from losing his wife and family to early deaths. Some say he still stumbles across the land he once owned, cursed by drink and the devil, driven half-mad by grief, fear and ill-fortune. Taken October 2016, East Anglia, UK.
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