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"A laidley worm shalt thou be, crawling amongst the rocks; a laidley worm shalt thou stay until thy brother, Wynd, comes home again."
Some rough, brown-faced mariners, whose boat had not long before nearly suffered wreck on the rocks of the Northumbrian coast, were able to tell the Prince that rumour spoke truth, and that a laidley worm was laying waste his father's kingdom.
"I started up here at laidley field when I was still in school and the gentleman that was in charge of the public address system was a teacher at school and I've always helped him or assited him in doing the work up here and just picked up on it after a few years," explained Johnny Barker.