"Crooked Spire" in Chesterfield. It's proper name is the St Marys and All Saints
Parish Church but everyone just refers to it as the Crooked Spire!
Why is it bent?
There is folklore about Devils and virgins but Chesterfield folk aren't really into
that sort of thing.. I think the most likely explanation is the combination of the
heavy lead cladding, unseasoned timbers inside and joiners who were probably most
certainly over-seasoned in the many hostelries which surround the church!