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IT IS BAD LUCK TO HAVE A BLACK CAT CROSS YOUR PATH (ANYWHERE,
NOT JUST IN FRONT). IF YOU DON'T KNOW THAT THE CAT IS THERE
AND YOU TURN AND SEE IT BEHIND YOU AND IT CROSSES, YOU
MUST GO BACK AND WALK OVER WHERE YOU WERE. IF YOU DON'T SEE
IT, YOU ARE O.K.

Submitter comment: THE INFORMANT SAID HIS FAMILY AND EVERYONE HE KNEW BELIEVED

Where learned: KENTUCKY ; PRESTONSBURG

James Callow Keyword(s): POSITION DIRECTION

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Mammal
BELIEF -- Bad luck Animals
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