St. Anne's Retreat: References
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Fife Folklore Archives. Various traditional legend versions of St. Anne's Retreat.
Gabbert, Lisa. 2015. "Legend Quests and the Curious Case of St. Ann’s Retreat: The Performative Landscape." Putting the Supernatural in its Place: Folklore, the Hypermodern, and the Ethereal. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.
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Logan High School Survey. Results from survey April 2000 that produced 25 examples total. Eleven of a traditional legend version and fourteen trespass versions representing stories of the Halloween trespassing incident at St. Anne's Retreat in 1997. In this survey, students were asked to recollect any version of the St. Anne's legend and to write it down.
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