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Regicides Trail

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The Regicides Trail: "The Hideout"

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The Regicides Trail in an Ice Storm

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The Regicides Trail Guide viewpoint

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The Regicides Trail Guide - Judges Cave

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Trial Of The Regicides

Regicides Trail is a Blue-Blazed hiking trail, about 7 miles (11 km) long, roughly following the edge of a diabase, or traprock, cliff northwest of New Haven, Connecticut. It is named for two regicides, Edward Whalley and his son-in-law William Goffe, who signed the death warrant of King Charles I of England. Upon the restoration of Charles II to the throne and the persecution of the regicides, the pair hid in Judges Cave near the south end of the trail in 1660.
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