A variety of local cheeses offered after dinner at the Nobody Inn in Doddiscombsleigh, Devon, England. From the early 1600s, the inn was known as "The New Inn." In 1837, the inn's name was changed to the Nobody Inn after the sudden death of the innkeeper, a Mr. Lewis. Legend has it that his body was left in the mortuary, while his burial service was unknowingly conducted around an empty coffin. Since then the Inn has had four owners, the current ones since 1970. Last month David and I spent two nights at the Nobody Inn. It's famed for its food and this was our second visit.