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HOOK STORY

A COUPLE WERE PARKED AND HEARD ON THE RADIO ABOUT AN ESCAPEE FROM
THE INSANE ASYLUM WITH A HOOK HAND. THE GIRL WAS WORRIED ABOUT HER
PARENTS AND SHE DIDN'T (KNOW?) WHERE THEY WERE. SO THEY FINALLY LEFT
ON HER THIRD REQUEST. HER DATE WAS MAD AND TOOK OFF FAST. AND SHE
FOUND THE HOOK ON HER DOOR WHEN THEY GOT HOME.

Submitter comment: HEARD THIS STORY WHEN HE WAS YOUNG. S

Data entry tech comment: THERE ARE THREE MORE HOOK STORIES.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; ROCHESTER HILLS

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Physically handicapped Deformed

Date learned: 05-10-1965

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