Have you heard the one about the ticket-less punter who was so desperate to get into the Glastonbury Festival that he hired a small plane and parachuted into the site? And what about the guy who dropped his false leg into the stinky depths of a Glastonbury toilet? The Glastonbury Festival is steeped in myths and legends and author Marc Leverton has collected together the pick of them. Every entry is accompanied by a photograph capturing the moment. Marc Leverton is a seasoned Glastonbury Festival goer and is the author of Banksy Myths & Legends which sold well in the UK and the USA. In the course of his research he has uncovered a wealth of Glastonbury rumours and myths. Or are they? Some of the stories are undoubtedly true, some of the recollections are decidedly hazy but many of the most unlikely tales are true stories. Surely it can't be the case that in a hot year a tanker usually used to suck waste out of the toilets was filled with water and sent out to damp down the dusty roads. But the wrong tanker was dispatched and instead of spraying water - Myth or legend? you decide.