Holinshed's Chronicle told of a young Scots woman discovered copulating with a monster; she later gave birth to "such a misshapen thing as the like before had not been seen. This traditional view appeared throughout all the literature on demonology, and as late as the Carmelite manual, Theologia Moralis , complained that "some deny this opinion, holding it impossible that devils could practice effectual intercourse with humans. Here we examine some of the beliefs in more detail. The Christian Enjoyment of Sex. Some obscure Scripture passages. Furthermore, she had heard many women, who had slept with the devil, say that he made them cry out like women in travail with child, and that he always held his tool exposed. The coldness of the devil rapidly became part of folk literature, so that in the Strange and Wonderful History of Mother Shipton London, , a kind of 'merry tale', Agatha Soothtell, when sixteen, "was seduced by the devil in the shape of a very handsome young man.