|Anonymous 121||A spirit conjured by John Walsh through the use of a book, two wax candles, and a cross of virgin wax. Walsh would ask the spirit to steal items for him, which it would do.
||Also he saith that he had a booke of hys said maister, which had great circles in it wherein he would set two waxe candels a crosse of virgin waxe, to raise the familiar spirite. Of whom he woulde then aske for any thing stollen, who dyd it, and where the thing stollen was left, and thereby did know[.]|
Anonymous. The Examination of John Walsh before Master Thomas Williams. London: 1566, 3