The Great Return
THEY FOUND THE HOLY GRAIL IN WALES DURING WORLD WAR I "And then, from what they do tell me, all the people did go mad, crying and weeping and calling ... Show synopsis THEY FOUND THE HOLY GRAIL IN WALES DURING WORLD WAR I "And then, from what they do tell me, all the people did go mad, crying and weeping and calling out all manner of things at the top of their voices. And at last nothing would do but they must all go up to the churchyard, and there Philip James and Lewis Prothero they swear friendship to one another for a long age before the old cross, and everyone sings praises. And my cousin he do declare to me that there were men standing in that crowd that he did never see before in Llantrisant in all his life, and his heart was shaken within him as if it had been in a whirl-wind." I had listened to all this in silence. I said then: "What does your cousin mean by that? Men that he had never seen in Llantrisant? What men?" "The people," he said very slowly, "call them the Fishermen." And suddenly there came into my mind the "Rich Fisherman" who in the old legend guards the holy mystery of the Graal.