Black Dog Folklore
A comprehensive study of the image of the Black Dog in folklore.
A fascinating account of the use of charms and other forms of traditional magic in the 1920s.
Also includes ‘Folklore & Legends of the Surrey Hills and of the Sussex Downs & Forests’.
The author, researcher and collector Edward Lovett, had a considerable influence on Cecil Williamson, the founder of the Museum of Witchcraft.
This is a beautiful new edition of this classic, illustrated with colour photographs of objects in the Museum.
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