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Also known as ‘Piggie Rock’, a name introduced by Eric Hemery in ‘High Dartmoor‘, which is apparently the name used throughout the Barramoor Valley. Atop the Rock is a now defunct logan stone (rocking stone) that, it is said, was used to cure children of the dreaded whooping cough.
Also spelt ‘Piggy Rock’.