The Long-Lost Friend in Folklore

Earl Robacker, Arts of the Pennsylvania Dutch:

Small wonder, then, that today there are those who refuse to touch [The Long-Lost Friend] or have it under their roof; those who believe that crows will flock to the house which conceals a copy; and that – just possibly – among the crows there will be one which is an evil spirit; that is, a “witch.”

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