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BLOODY MARY

MARK TOLD ME ABOUT HIS FRIEND PAUL ANDERSON WHO CLAIMS HE SAW AND
FELT BLOODY MARY. ONE DAY AS PAUL WAS WALKING ALONE HE STOPPED AND
PRESSED HIS HEAD TO A TREE. HE CLOSED HIS EYES AND COUNTED TO FIFTEEN
AND THEN ALL OF A SUDDEN HE FELT A SHARP PAIN IN HIS HEAD.
HE SAID IT FELT LIKE A KNIFE STABBING THROUGH HIS HEAD.
WHEN HE OPENED UP HIS EYES HE SAW BLOODY MARY STANDING THERE WITH A
KNIFE STUCK THROUGH HER HEAD.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; TOLD AT HIS HOME ; LIVONIA

Subject headings: Charm / Enchantment / Conjuration
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