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Friday 25 July 2014


Chickies Rock
Chickies Rock (Pennsylvania) is supposed to have some interesting inhabitants called albawitches.  These are described as humanoid and are said to keep largely to the trees.  They were also supposed to be fond of apples.

Rumor had it that they became extinct in the 19th Century, but they have been reported since then.  They are said to be between 5' and 6' in height and, though described as sticklike, they are covered in hair.

There was an alleged sighting of albawitches in 2002.  However, you don't have to see them to know they are there, according to local folklore.  If you hear a cracking noise in the woods, that is made by albawitches.

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