According to King's Lynn legend, the diamond-shaped brick emblazoned with a heart has a connection to Margaret Read, or Shady Meg, burned as a witch in 1590. How does this strange brick fit into this tale of witchcraft?
Let's find out in this week's episode of Fabulous Folklore!
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