The Roman era in Britain produced a time of population movement within its borders. One such group traveled from North West of the island to the relative peaceful area around the City of Litchfield in the heart of England. Their deep rooted beliefs were suppressed with the arrival of Christianity and its absolute doctrines. Although forced to conform some inhabitants still remembered and practiced certain ways regarding the old days. Their focus centered on an old tree rumored to have magical powers regarding their lives and predicting future events. This great tree was referred to as the "Druid Tree" and it became a customary visiting place for travelers and locals. As each generation passed beneath its limbs so the stories became legends for the 'ancients' to pass down to other generations. Each era within English history has at least one story connecting local inhabitants with the great tree and its 'stones'. Oh Yes! And then there were the 'stones'.