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PROSE NARRATIVE

WHEN WALKING THROUGH A CEMETERY, COMING HOME FROM WORK, A MAN WAS
ATTACKED BY WILD DOGS AND KNOCKED DOWN. THE NEXT DAY HE WENT WITH
HIS DOG FOR PROTECTION, BUT WAS AGAIN ATTACKED AND KNOCKED DOWN.
FINALLY ON THE THIRD NIGHT HE WENT ALONE AND WAS FOLLOWED THROUGH
THE CEMETERY BY TWO LARGE WAGON WHEELS WHICH CALLED HIM BY NAME.
THIS WAS THE LAST INCIDENT. AFTERWARDS NOTHING UNUSUAL OCCURRED.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Mammal
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Product or activity of man or animal
ART CRAFT ARCHITECTURE -- Cemetery

Date learned: 09-23-1969

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