|SHUCKLAND Introduction Alphabetical List of Locations|
"About halfway along a narrow twisting lane called Mill Road is a part known locally as Sandy Hills, with a tiny bridge over a stream at the lowest point between the two hills [TM37467845.] It is this area where the ghostly hound Black Shuck, sometimes called the Shaggy Dog, is supposed to roam on dark nights, bringing misfortune to all who see him."
|Source:||Patricia Willis: 'The Wraiths of Wissett', in the 'East Anglian Magazine' Vol. 41, No. 9 (July 1982), p. 392.|
|Place Name:||Wissett - (Poss.) OE 'willow-fold'|
|Other:||See encounter below.|
|Encounter:||"One lady reported that he [the ghostly dog] ran out in front of her bicycle [in Mill Road, perhaps at bridge TM37467845] one evening and appeared to pass mysteriously through her front wheel."|