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FOLK TALE

THIS OLD LADY HAD A GREEN AND GOOSHY HAND IN A JAR. SHE WAS
HOLDING 3 GIRLS CAPTIVE. SHE TOLD THE FIRST GIRL THAT IF SHE
WANTED TO LEAVE SHE HAD TO EAT THE HAND WITHIN 3 DAYS, OR ELSE
SHE WOULD BE BURIED 600 FEET DEEP. THE GIRL DIDN'T EAT IT AND
WAS BURIED. THE SAME THING HAPPENED TO THE SECOND GIRL. BUT
THE THIRD GIRL ATE THE HAND. DO YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO HER?
SHE TURNED ALL GREEN AND GOOSHY.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Tale

Date learned: NOT GIVEN

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