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02011986 SD[ 02011986
ONE NIGHT, A MAN WAS DRIVING IN THE ELMWOOD CEMETERY. SUDDENLY,
A LADY WALKED OUT OF NOWHERE, SHE WAS DRESSED IN A FLOWING
WHITE GOWN. THE MAN ASKED HER WHAT SHE WAS DOING IN
A "NICE PLACE LIKE THIS." SHE SAID SHE WAS LOOKING FOR A RIDE
HOME. THE MAN OBLIGED. THEY INSTANTLY WERE ATTRACTED TO EACH
OTHER. THE MAN, UPON ARRIVING AT HER HOUSE, ASKED IF HE
COULD TAKE HER OUT THE NEXT NIGHT. SHE AGREED.
WHEN THE MAN ARRIVED AN OLD WOMAN ANSWERED THE DOOR. SHE TOLD
HIM THAT THE GIRL HE SAW THE PREVIOUS EVENING DIED TEN
YEARS AGO. THE MAN WENT INTO SHOCK AND IS NOW A RESIDENT
AT NORTHVILLE.

Submitter comment: I MET THIS GIRL (THE INFORMANT) AS SHE WAS PEERING OVER MY
SHOULDER READING MY ITEM #16. SHE IMMEDIATELY TOLD ME HER TALE.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT ; DETROIT ; ENGINEERING BUILDING

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Ghost Spirit Phantom Specter
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Product or activity of man or animal
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