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THE HOUSE ON MENDOTA

EVERY MORNING ABOUT TEN O'CLOCK FOOTSTEPS WOULD COME DOWN THE
STAIRS AND WALK OVER TO THE BUFFET. THEN WE WOULDN'T HEAR THEM
ANY MORE. WE NEVER SAW ANYONE BUT THEY DIDN'T MISS A DAY. IN THIS
SAME HOUSE I COULD STAND AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS AND NO MATTER
HOW HARD I WOULD THROW WHATEVER I THREW WOULD ONLY GO ONE STEP
AND THEN FALL ON THE STEP AS THOUGH SOMEONE WAS CATCHING THE
THINGS.

Submitter comment: THE INFORMANT LIVED IN THIS HOUSE IN DETROIT IN 1942.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; SOUTHFIELD

Keyword(s): GHOST ; HAUNTED HOUSE.

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Product or activity of man or animal

Date learned: 05-12-1965 ; 00-00-1942

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