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HOOK STORY

ONE NIGHT AS A COUPLE WERE PARKED IN THE CAR AT BELLE ISLE, THE
RADIO ANNOUNCER BROUGHT IN A NEWS BULLETIN THAT A MENTALLY
DISTURBED CRIMINAL ESCAPED FROM A NEARBY INSTITUTION. THE GIRL
BECAME FRIGHTENED WHEN HEARING THAT TWO COUPLES HAD BEEN SEVERELY
TORTURED. THE ATTACKER WAS IDENTIFIED TO HAVE A HOOK IN PLACE OF
HIS RIGHT HAND. THE BOY DECIDED TO DRIVE HIS DATE HOME, SHE BEING
SO FRIGHTENED. UPON REACHING HER HOME, HE GOT OUT OF THE CAR TO
WALK HER TO THE DOOR. WHEN HE CLOSED THE CAR DOOR, HE OBSERVED A
HOOK COVERED WITH BLOOD ON IT. IT WAS A NARROW ESCAPE.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY ; KALAMAZOO

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Physically handicapped Deformed

Date learned: 00-00-1966

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