Hare staring at a Man, Birds and Beasts in Welsh folklore and mythology, a tale from Efenechtyd Wales
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Title: Hare staring at a Man


A man on his way one Sunday to Efenechtyd Church saw a hare on its form.  He turned back for his gun and fired at the hare.  The following Sunday he saw again a hare on the very same spot and it lifted its head and actually stared at him.  The man was frightened and went to church; the third Sunday he again saw a hare on the very same form, and this hare also boldly looked at him.  This third appearance thoroughly convinced the man that there was something wrong somewhere and he afterwards avoided that particular place.


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