Witcutt’s “Notes on Staffordshire Folklore”

Witcutt’s “Notes on Staffordshire Folklore”, sent in and printed in Folklore, 1941, Vol. 52, No. 3, pages 236-237. He had had a similar short set of entries a year later in Folklore, though those were more ghost-y and not as interesting (Black Dog / Headless Horseman / Phantom Carriage / supposed Witches).

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