In this month's issue of Trail we've given you two bizarre hill stories: A Shed from Keswick and Jelly from Space.
One of these unlikely events is the product of the Trail's over-active imagination, while the other is the gospel truth. But can you guess which is which?
If you haven't seen the issue yet, then you can read both stories by clicking HERE.
Once you've read, digested and considered the authenticity of these anecdotes, you can vote below on which you think is the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, and which is pure, unadulterated codswallop.
We�ll announce the answer here on Wednesday 23rd November.
If you have your own true story that is almost too outrageous to be real, or a completely made up piece of fiction that has a faint but hollow ring of truth to it, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To see the results of the previous month's vote, click HERE.
The winner of our poll with 57% of the vote is Jelly from Space, but is it really the true story, or Trail's tall tale? In fact, the true story is...
Jelly from Space!
...and here's the proof:
Well done to the 57% that got it right. There's another Trail Tall Tale in February's mag, out on 21st December.