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Belief: Animal

Hunting Belief:

If a man is deer hunting and he sees a doe he should never just stop and watch it as there is a good chance that it is playing possum for a buck that is moving around behind you.

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James Callow comment:

Original BN [B442] crossed out. Replaced with current classification

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; Pioneer

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Mammal

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Belief: Animal

It is a belief among hunters that is a bear looks at you eye to eye at the instant you kill it, its spirit will haunt you after its death.

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Regarding set-up of the submission card:

By moving the circumstances of collecting information to the right (taking up 2 instead of 1 line with it) you'll leave room for a title.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; Pioneer

Keyword(s): ANIMAL ; Bear ; BELIEF ; DEATH ; Haunting ; HUNTING ; SPIRIT ; SUPERSTITION

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Mammal

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