When he learned of the narration of the tomb commonly known as the “Foot Burn Sultan,” he felt like standing on end:
According to the narration, at the beginning of the 12th century, Aşıklı Sultan who was martyrized in the conquest of Kastamonu Castle buried in a sarcophagus, as it was applied to the saints according to the Seljuk customs. A fire broke out at night near the tomb. During this event, Aşıklı Sultan entered the dream of then head of the civilian authority and said: “Here there is a fire, my tomb is burning. Come and save me.” He did not know how to get out of his bad. When he went to where the tomb was, he saw that its surroundings were wounded by fire, and also saw a fire on the foot side of the sarcophagus. Then the fire was extinguished.
The burnt foot of the Aşıklı Sultan, who was protected within the glass display case and that could be seen until recently, was closed for people not to be negatively affected.