A small village in the county of Devon deep in the countryside of United Kingdom, just bordering the county of Cornwall, often cited as a possible vortex into the underworld, as shown by being located between hills steep enough so that people can get in but no one can get out, and never will. Warning signs upon aproaching this known vortex urges drivers to "slow down", yet never is there a sign advising to "turn back while you still can".
Family of tourists: "Hi there! Um, we're looking for a little village called Bridgerule, which should be somewhere around do you know it?"

Local: "Oh god! Please, I urge to turn back now! If you go, you'll never escape! Get out of here before it's too late!"
作者 The Squarepusher 2011年3月19日

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