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Witch peg


Charms, found in rural areas of the Ozarks, used to keeping witches from a home. They are made from cedar pegs with three prongs, and driven into the ground in a path to the door. According to folklore there is a belief that the prongs are associated with the Trinity. It is thought bad luck to step on or disturb a witch peg. A.G.H.


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See also: Egg tree, Ozark Witchcraft, Ozark Witchcraft folklore.

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