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Weird Norfolk Podcast - Episode 13: The Gorleston Black Shuck

PUBLISHED: 06:30 27 July 2018

Gorleston Black Shuck sighting in 1972. Pictured: Graham Grant. Picture: EDP LIBRARY

Gorleston Black Shuck sighting in 1972. Pictured: Graham Grant. Picture: EDP LIBRARY

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The legendary spectral hound Black Shuck. Picture: Sam Robbins

It’s one of East Anglia’s most enduring folk tales, that of a midnight black hell hound with eyes as red as glowing coals that roams the countryside and brings death to the door of anyone unfortunate to lock eyes with him.

Thirteen is unlucky for some, but not for the Weird Norfolk team. This week our 13th episode features Stacia, Siofra and Richard discussing the legendary Black Shuck.


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