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TALE

THERE WAS A YOUNG COUPLE NECKING IN A CAR AT LOVERS' LANE.
THEY HAD THE RADIO TUNED IN TO A NEWS BROADCAST, WHEN
THEY HEARD THAT THERE WAS AN ESCAPEE FROM A MENTAL
INSTITUTION IN THEIR IMMEDIATE NEIGHBORHOOD. THE MAN WAS
DANGEROUS, AND COULD BE IDENTIFIED BY A HOOK FOR A RIGHT
HAND.
THE GIRL BECAME FRIGHTENED AND INSISTED THAT THE BOY TAKE
HER HOME. HE WAS ANNOYED WITH HER AND SHOWED IT BY
RACING OUT OF THE PARK.
WHEN HE GOT OUT OF THE CAR TO OPEN THE GIRL'S DOOR,
THOUGH, HE NOTICED THAT THERE WAS A HOOK CAUGHT IN THE
HANDLE OF THE DOOR TO HER SIDE OF THE CAR.

Where learned: UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT, ASSUMED

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Physically handicapped Deformed

Date learned: 12-06-1967

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