THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

sudbury15010 April ~ In medieval times, the White Dog of Sudbury was fabled for its great powers of healing. Specifically, when individuals complained of illness or disability that prevented them from working, they were treated by means of a posset of potato water and urine of the White Dog. This treatment generally resulted in the peasant picking up a scythe and heading back for his furrow next morning without a murmur. The fame of the White Dog of Sudbury spread far and wide, but mostly wide for some reason, until one day an itinerant tinker from quite a wide way away travelled to Sudbury and kidnapped the dog using cheese and a large net. Read more

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