The enduring mystery of Roanoke, England's lost colony

You really have to want to go to Roanoke to make your way there. It is not exactly a place that you find yourself tripping blithely through on your way to somewhere else.

True, there are plenty of sights which might detain you en route, especially if you are driving along the fragile coastline of North Carolina. The black-and-white-striped lighthouse at Cape Hatteras, to the south, perhaps, or the sand dunes of Kill Devil Hills, where the Wright Brothers first flew in 1903, to the north. But once you turn off Highway 12 on the Atlantic’s edge, and take Route 64 across the soupy tides of Roanoke Sound, you enter an outpost that is an end-game of itself – especially if you head for the top of the…

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