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JAMAICAN SPIRIT BELIEF

NEVER HIT A BLACK DOG AT NIGHT BECAUSE IT MIGHT BE A GHOST. THERE
WERE GUYS WHO WOULD STONE STRAY DOGS UNTIL ONE NIGHT THEY SAW A BLACK
DOG. THEY THREW STONES AT IT BUT SOON FELT TNE STONES COMING BACK
AT THEM NO MATTER WHERE THEY WOULD GO. THE STONES JUST KEPT
FOLLOWING THEM. THEY ENDED UP IN THE HOSPITAL.

Submitter comment: DONALD LEE LEARNED THIS ITEM IN BUFF BAY, JAMAICA.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

James Callow Keyword(s): ANIMAL COLOR

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Ghost Spirit Phantom Specter
BELIEF -- Mammal

Date learned: 10-31-1975

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