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- The Black Dog
- There were legends of the black dog which was said to roam the English countryside from as far back as Viking times.
- THE LITTLEPORT SOCIETY
- May 12, 2010 For centuries fen-men have told tales of the large black hound they call Black Shuck, haunting the Fens on dark moonless nights.
- Black Dogs in Folklore
- a name normally used in Dunstable, as this is normally associated with Norfolk, where the reference is more typically to 'Old Shuck'.
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- Slideshow: Nights of frights and delights
- The city's tourist information centre also held its ever-popular ghost tours around the city. Revellers were able to encounter ghostly characters such as the body snatcher in the graveyard and Black Shuck, Ely's renowned one-eyed black dog.
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- Black Shuck - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Black Shuck, Old Shuck or simply Shuck is the name given to a ghostly black dog which is said to roam the Norfolk, Essex and Suffolk coastline.
- Black Shuck - The Arcana Wiki
- Black Shuck is the Norfolk name given to one of many different huge, spectral hounds which are common in the folklore of the British Isles.
- Norfolk Myth - Black Shuck - The Ghostly Hound
- Legend of Black Shuck the Hell Hound who roams the Norfolk area causing death and mayhem.
- The Darkness - Black Shuck - YouTube
- Jan 22, 2009 From the brilliant album Permission To Land. The Darkness - Black Shuck.
- Black Shuck – An (After)life Simulation PBBG and Virtual Pet Site
- Black Shuck. Black Shuck is a PBBG (Persistant Browser Based Game) that is currently under development. Development Status.
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