The first section finishes off a discussion from Document 9926 about ill wishing magic and the circular wire ring. The next section briefly depicts a particular, yet unknown picture, as being a typical image that the Establishment of State and Church got the British public to accept as being a true picture of a witch. At the bottom , there is a section reenforcing the benefits of befriending toads and how many witches often kept a box of them nearby for good luck. On the top of the other side is a broad description about the Black Dogs. The last section composes a complex understanding of the Black Man in relation to twentieth century media.