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Filed under: Superstition -- Great Britain Filed under: Superstition -- Scotland -- Highlands
  • [Info] Highland Superstitions, Connected With the Druids, Fairies, Witchcraft, Second-sight, Hallowe'en, Sacred Wells and Lochs, with Several Curious Instances of Highland Customs and Beliefs (Stirling, Scotland: E. MacKay; London: Gibbings and Co., 1901), by Alexander Macgregor

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  • [Info] Mountain Moggy, by William Henry Giles Kingston (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
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  • [Info] The Vampire, by Henry Steel Olcott (PDF at Canadian Theosophical Association)

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