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The Black Dogs of Bungay

Bungay, Suffolk, UK (map) Dated: 1165 - 1577
Do you believe in ghosts? How about Ghostly hounds? The type that appear in a dramatic flash and disappear into mist or cloud? Legend says meeting such a hound can be quite a nasty experience.

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Name: Trinity 11th December 2014
the story was great but why did you use the black shuck for the story?
Name: Emma-Jane 21st July 2014
I\\\'ve seen this with my friend holly and we think the dog died and came back as a black ghost dog.
Name: Kaitie 13th May 2014
that was good but there is no such thing as ghosts.
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