LEWES, UNITED KINGDOM – NOVEMBER 5: A mass of torch-lit processions fill the tiny streets of Lewes, a small medieval town in the South of England, 05 November, to commemorate not only the day that Guy Fawkes was caught trying to blow up parliament nearly four hundred years ago, but also as a reminder that Lewes was the place where historically Protestants were burned at the stake. (Photo credit should read ALEX PERRY/AFP/Getty Images)