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Assertions for a specific being.

Name Description Original Text
Anonymous 28A being that takes the form of five kittens, and is found by Robert Aldridge in William Sommers' bed while he is having a violent fit. The being manifested after Aldridge had knelt "downe to prayer" next to Sommers' bed, the appearance causing "the bed clothes at the feete to shake, move, and leape as the leaves of an Aspen tres shaken with the winde."[A]nd suddenlie he rushed in, where he found the boye alone in his bed, lying with his face vpward in his fit, with his mouth drawne awrie, and his eyes staringh as though they would have started out of his head. And this Examinant kneeling downe to prayer heard the knockingh agayne vnder his knees as he thought. And in the bed vnder the coverlet, he sawe the forme, and shape as it were of five kitlings in quantitie to the veiwe of his eye. And agayne this Examinant sawe the bed clothes at the feete to shake, move, and leape as the leaves of an Aspen tres shaken with the winde.

Appears in:
Co., G.. A Breife Narration of the Possession, Dispossession, and, Repossession of William Sommers. Amsterdam: 1598, 23