Unda the Caves
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Two Sister's Cave
The tour guide told us that Two Sisters Caves used to be enclosed but some of it was destroyed in an earthquake in the 17th century
Legend has it that late one night, two slave sisters, their names forgotten with time, made a daring escape from a sugar plantation and headed for the hills. After days of running through the bushes and climbing some rather rocky mountains, the siblings ended up in Hellshire. There, they discovered the two ancient caves which, though a few feet away from each other, are linked by a single stream. The sisters, injured and frail after days of running barefoot across rocks and bushes, settled in the caves. Several days passed with the sisters unable to leave the caves, even as they knew that the men their slave master had sent in search of them were hot on their trail.
Eventually, early one morning the sisters heard the shouts of their approaching hunters and knew that they were about to be discovered. But instead of accepting that they would have to return to a life of servitude, the sisters decided that they would make the ultimate sacrifice. The story is that the sisters held hands and jumped into the black waters of the caves to their ultimate demise.
But like any good story, the tale of the sisters doesn't end there. Since the drowning incident, many persons claim that the spirits of the sisters still roam the caves, especially at night.