These interlinked caves along the rocky shores of the Great Legate Lake produce a strange atonal howl when the winds are blowing in from the waters. The caves themselves twist and intertwine, and further structures have been dug out beneath them that have since partially flooded.
The caves have been used by smugglers on and off for years – using the upper reaches as watch points and the lower entrances to move cargo in and out – a pair of chambers have been constructed linking the caves together on the shore side making it easy to alert those below when a ship is spotted.
The original purpose of the understructures is not easy to ascertain – they have been stripped of any decorations and the furnishings are from a weird mix of periods and appear to have been moved in by later occupants. Much of the eastern side of the understructures is under 2 to 3 feet of stagnant water and are frequently home to oozes and other fungal monsters.
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