Aunt Tabby and The Oak Level Witch

In the early 1900s, a cabin sat near Oak Level (then known as Stebbins), Virginia. The shack was known as “Aunt Tabby Anderson’s Place.” Tabitha Anderson, or “Aunt Tabby,” has gone through a sweeping change in just under a century.

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The Banshee “Pearlin’ Jean”

There is a line of Stuarts, from Allenbank, Scotland, that suffered with a banshee called “Pearlin’ Jean.” This tale used to be one of the most popular in England. In life, Jean was a French mistress for a Stuart Lord.

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The Fleece Inn Tavern, Covent Garden, London

In the Covent Garden portion of London, a tavern once stood that gained a reputation for causing murder. It was a handsome brick structure that had a steady clientele, but also a steady stream of homicides. It was known to be popular in the 17th Century and many notable individuals patronized the business.

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Jersey Devil

The Jersey Devil is a strange creature that walks on two legs. It is drawn with cloven feet, the body of a deer, a camel head, and bat wings. It’s origins are unknown, but it is said to have lived deep in the pine woods of New Jersey.

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