A Harbinger Of Death.

"While the robin was generally considered a good little bird, and one that could be welcomed around the house and grounds, there was a downside to its presence around the home. If it entered the house or tapped at a window, this indicated that someone in that house would die very soon; if anyone was lying ill in that house at that time, then he or she would not recover..." - Nicholas Rhea, 'Countryman's Diary'; Darlington and Stockton Times, 12th April 2011

“While the robin was generally considered a good little bird, and one that could be welcomed around the house and grounds, there was a downside to its presence around the home. If it entered the house or tapped at a window, this indicated that someone in that house would die very soon; if anyone was lying ill in that house at that time, then he or she would not recover…” – Nicholas Rhea, ‘Countryman’s Diary’; Darlington and Stockton Times, 12th April 2011

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About mirrenaudax

Slightly greying, bequiffed and enterprising visual artist from Up North.
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1 Response to A Harbinger Of Death.

  1. Hatter says:

    Reblogged this on Hats at theShop.

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