Translated from the 15th Century Blackwood Archives, on file in the British Museum, London :
Appeals submitted to the skeptical Lord of Blackwood by his subjects bearing references to faerie activity in the area.
Petition presented to Thomas the Castellan by Flora Fletcher:
Mrs Fletcher reported, on behalf of all the villagers, that the Blackwood cows were dry of milk for three whole days and, therefore, they could not fulfil the castle milk quota. The villagers all blamed faerie activity for this and request, once again, that something be done.
(The Lord of Blackwood was informed of this petition and believed the villagers to be hoarding the milk for themselves, but nothing was ever proven.)