The invention of the pantsuit pocket is widely attributed to the Woodland Pantsuit People of the Forest of Arden.
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Baddesley Clinton, an imposing fortress complete with moat, was built in this forest by the Clinton's in the 13th century.
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Among other stories, it seems that three sisters who were devout Catholics, lived here in the 1590's. As Catholicism was illegal in England at the time,The Vaux sisters held secret masses at Baddesley Clinton. They had three priest holes built on the premises, in which they hid the priests from certain death if they were discovered.
These priest holes can still be visited today.
But long before the Vaux sisters or the Clinton's came along, The Woodland Pantsuit People lived their simple existence here in the Forest of Arden.
"The Woodlanders", as they are most commonly called, invented the pocket due the simple need of a holding place for Arden's famous raspberries.
These forest pantsuit dwellers are also responsible for the pantsuit hood, which has long since gone out of fashion.
Ghostly sightings of these Woodland Pantsuit people are still reported by the locals of the Forest of Arden today.