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SUNDAY VISITOR (KEYPUNCHER,S TITLE)

JOANNE HAD JUST BEEN TO CHURCH, WHEN SHE ARRIVED HOME TO MAKE A
PHONE CALL. UPON PICKING UP THE RECEIVER, SHE HEARD THIS WEIRD NOISE.
SHE THOUGHT THAT PERHAPS ANOTHER PHONE WAS OFF THE HOOK.
SHE WENT THROUGH HER MOTHER,S ROOM, HER ROOM, BUT BOTH PHONES WERE
INTACT. WHEN SHE WENT INTO THE DEN, SHE SAW A STRANGE MAN DRESSED
IN BLACK SITTING DOWN AND TAPPING A PENCIL AGAINST THE RECEIVER OF
THE PHONE. JOANNE GOT SCARED AND WENT DOWNSTAIRS AND FOUND A LITTLE
BOTTLE OF HOLY WATER AND PROCEEDED BACK INTO THE DEN.
HOWEVER, THE MAN HAD DISAPPEARED. NEXT, JOANNE CALLED HER AUNT AND
UNCLE UP TO COME OVER TO THE HOUSE AS HER FAMILY WAS GONE AT THE
TIME. THE AUNT AND UNCLE CAME OVER ALONG WITH A BOXER DOG; WHEN
THEY WENT TO ENTER THE DEN, THE DOG REFUSED TO ENTER THE ROOM FOR
SOME UNKNOWN REASON.

Where learned: UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT ; HOLDEN HALL

Subject headings: Favorites
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Supernatural Being

Date learned: 09-00-1967

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