|Merlin's Cave: Horcrux Hidey-Hole?
||[Aug. 5th, 2006|03:05 am]
Harry Potter Theories
While doing some research on Cornwall for an HP fanfic, I came across the Arthurian legend notes, one of which places "Merlin's Cave" on the north coast of Cornwall in Tintagel, at the base of a cliff. The cave is accessible at low tide only. Tintagel Castle is reputedly the birthplace of Arthur and Alfred Lord Tennyson tells of Merlin standing outside the cave, holding the newborn Arthur over his head.|
Would this be the place where Dumbledore & Harry went Horcrux Hunting in book 6? They scaled down a cliff, did some swimming ...