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Weird Norfolk Podcast - Episode 39: Sarah Hare of Stow Bardolph

PUBLISHED: 06:30 12 July 2019 | UPDATED: 08:56 12 July 2019

An 18th century wax effigy of Sarah Hare is kept inside the Hare chapel of the Holy Trinity church at Stow Bardolph. Picture: Ian Burt.

An 18th century wax effigy of Sarah Hare is kept inside the Hare chapel of the Holy Trinity church at Stow Bardolph. Picture: Ian Burt.

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This week is all about the wonderful Sarah Hare, wax effigies and blood poisoning.

Sleeping Beauty pricked her finger and slept for 100 years until she was woken by a handsome prince - but for Norfolk's Sarah Hare, no kiss can wake her from an eternal slumber.

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