Believed to be the assembly place for the witches Sabbat at Mora, Sweden, during the great witchcraft hysteria of 1669-70. It was said to be a large meadow with a house where there was a long table set with "broth with colworts and bacon in it, oatmeal, bread spread with butter, milk and cheese." This fairyland repast sometimes "tasted very well, and sometimes very ill."
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