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Assertions for a specific being.

Name Description Original Text
Anonymous 63A being that appears in the form of a black dog, and allegedly appears in Joan Peterson's home in Wapping, in the Greater London region. Anonymous 63 evidently "went directly to Peterson, and put his head under her arm-pits," an act that astonished and frightened the man who was present in Peterson's house.Moreover it was affirmed by a man that lived by her, that sitting by the fire side late one evening talking with her, on a sudden Peterson shrieked and cried out, who asking her what she ailed, she said do you see nothing? not I replied the other, look where it comes, saith she, and then he perceived as it were a black dog, who went directly to Peterson, and put his head under her arm-pits, whereat the man was so astonished, that he ran out of the house as if he had been frighted out of his wits.

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Witch of Wapping. London: 1652, 7