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Lake’s End, Norfolk

History of Lake's End

Enid Porter writes about Mrs Reeve of Lake’s End who was credited with witchcraft powers in Cambridgeshire Customs and Folklore p.176. She recounts how in 1878 it was believed she had bewitched a man so he became covered in lice.

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