The Half Moon
Melplash, Bridport, Dorset
There is no assurance where the name of this three centuries old inn had its birthplaces. Maybe it originated from Heilk Moon, Old English haih or Middle English haike. This inn displays spooky signs. These incorporate a spooky coachman who shows up in an opening inside the pub. Spectators depict him as being somewhere around 40 and 50, wearing a dim light black half-adapted shroud and an open white scarf. A few witnesses report that he has an uncommonly pale face. He has a profound scar over his throat, part covered up by his scarf.