In Sweden, a holy woman lived out in the woods. In her loneliness, she was assaulted, killed and thrown into the sea. On a rock, her body sailed over to Sealand and landed under a cliff. When she was found here, one could not carry her body up the steep slope of the ridge. But the cliff burst so one could walk up into the field. Where the body was first laid, a spring sprang up. The body was to be taken to Tisvilde Cemetery.
However, when the bearers cursed and spoke ugly along the way, the stretcher became so heavy that they could not carry it, and it sank deep into the ground. The place is called Helene's Tomb, close to St. Helene, and was built as a chapel in the 15th century.