SHOCK! The Black Dog of Bungay
# Publisher: Hidden Publishing (February 28, 2010)
This book, a collaborative effort between local historian Christopher Reeve and historian and anthropologist Dr. David Waldron, traces the rise of this story from its origins in the trauma of the English Reformation to the contemporary era where it has become a central part of Bungays communal and civic identity and a colourful and intriguing aspect of local folklore.
As Professor Ronald Hutton, Bristol University, author of Triumph of the Moon" stated:
It is splendid to read a well-researched book which is likely to please so many different kinds of people. It delighted me as a historian, and also made me happier about going out at night in Suffolk.
As David Waldron proved in his previous publication, The Sign of the Witch: Neo-Paganism and the Romantic Episteme, he is a wizard when it comes to research. Move over Sherlock Holmes, as there is a new dazzling investigator in town.
Shock! The Black Dog of BungayThe tale of the Black Dog of Bungay and the infamous attack on the church of St. Marys in 1577, has inspired and fascinated residents and visitors to the town for centuries along with tales of Black Shuck the Ghostly Dog of Norfolk.
by Anita Herawati Moormann
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