The Scottish cave that inspired Treasure Island

It was the “black mouthed cave” stumbled upon by a young Robert Louis Stevenson that would go on to inspire part of Treasure Island.
Sunk deep in the woods outside the pleasant town of Bridge of Allan in Stirlingshire, the cave proved to linger long in the memory of the writer.
It is said to have become the basis for Ben Gunn’s cave in the novel, where the marooned sailor would store his salted goat meat - and mull over his deep obsession with cheese.
It was also where Gunn was to store the gold which he discovered long before the arrival of the Hispaniola.
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6 October 2016 in Lifestyle, Views: 38
Source: Scotsman

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