The Null Device

A bottle, believed to contain Jacobean wine, was found in the ruins of a 17th century house in Surrey. However, as the archæologists opened it, with the intention of organising a tasting, it turned out to be not wine but urine, along with a mixture of bent pins and pubic hairs. The archæologists now believe that the bottle was a folk charm against witchcraft.

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