Uncovering the mystery of the carved wings on an Easton house
A special report by Roy Croft
When Paul Way answered the knock on the door of his Easton-on-the-Hill home back in the summer of 2012, he welcomed a small group of people with quite a story to impart, and the answer to a riddle.
Since buying his Church Street property in 1971 he had often pondered the origin of the parachutist’s wings carved in the stonework at the back door of his house.
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