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A BELIEF IN JANOWIEC, POLAND

IN THE VILLAGE OF JANOWIEC, POLAND, THE PEOPLE BELIEVE THAT IF ONE
HAS NOT COMBED HIS HAIR, AND IT BCOMES MATTED AND IMPOSSIBLE TO
COMB OUT, IT IS NECESSARY TO WAIT UNTIL THE BELLS RING ON EASTER
SUNDAY BEFORE THE HAIR IS CUT. OTHERWISE THE PERSON WILL BECOME
CRIPPLED.

Submitter comment: THIS IS A COMMON BELIEF FROM MY GRANDFATHER'S CHILDHOOD DAYS.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DEARBORN

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Body part Senses
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