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Bloody River

Bloody River or Stone Fort River is a river or ghaut (locally called) in Saint Kitts (an island in the Caribbean) which starts from the South East Range, flows west of the village of Challengers and exits at Bloody Point.

Evidence of Indian occupation going back thousands of years is in the form of some petroglyphs. Also, the river and Bloody Point are where some 2000 Caribs were massacred by the English and French in 1626.[1]

References

  1. ^ Hubbard, Vincent (2002). A History of St. Kitts. Macmillan Caribbean. pp. 17–18. ISBN 9780333747605.