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Location: Heveningham, SUFFOLK
Encounter: Some time in the early 1920's, a man was on an errand in a horse-drawn vehicle in Heveningham Park when he saw a dog that he knew to be Black Shuck. He described it as the size of a small deer, with large red eyes. Knowing that sight of the dog brought bad luck, the witness looked away.

Francis Young, whose wife's maternal grandfather was the witness, in:

Place Name: Heveningham - OE 'the ham of Hefa's people'
Other: This was described as occurring on a public road that ran through the park, surrounded by metal railings. This in fact would be the B1117, which borders the park on the north and west, rather than running through it.

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