Are the railings round the tomb to prevent body-snatchers and medical students getting in?
Or are they perhaps to prevent something Undead getting out?
Crows now haunt the churchyard of St Giles, Camberwell.
Giles was a ‘wounded healer’ hermit saint, patron of beggars, lepers and cripples, and was invoked against the plague.
They say that this church was dedicated to St Giles because of the healing properties of the water from the Camber Well.