Trigger Warning - “Black Dog” Summary & Analysis

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Note: This story assumes you have read Gaiman’s novel “American Gods.” If you have not, this story may be rather confusing, therefore you may want to familiarize yourself with the source material before proceeding.

A year after the event of “American Gods,” Shadow Moon is wandering the United Kingdom. He walks into a pub and begins to chat with some patrons about their dogs. During this conversation, the local urban legend is mentioned. This urban legend states that if you see the legendary Black Dog, you die. The landlord of the taproom also shows Shadow a cat corpse in a glass case. The landlord explains that he found it buried in one of the building’s falls, and that the practice of putting animals into the walls of a building was an ancient practice. In addition, the British used to recycle mummified...

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