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IN THE TOWN THAT MY PARENTS CAME FROM IN AUSTRIA-HUNGARY, THE CHURCH
WAS HAUNTED AND PEOPLE BELIEVED THAT NO ONE COULD GO IN THERE AFTER
SUNSET. IF YOU WERE PASSING BY IN THE EVENING YOU COULD HEAR ALL
SORTS OF STRANGE NOISES AND MOANINGS, EVEN SCREAMS. ONE WOMAN SAID
THAT SHE DIDN'T BELIEVE THE STORIES AND THAT SHE MEANT TO GO IN
THERE ONE EVENING AND SEE FOR HERSELF. SHE DID GO IN THERE ONE
NIGHT AFTER MIDNIGHT AND WAS NEVER SEEN AGAIN. THE NEXT MORNING
ALL OF HER CLOTHING WAS FOUND ON THE FLOOR OF THE CHURCH.

Where learned: OHIO ; CLEVELAND

Subject headings: Favorites
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Product or activity of man or animal
BELIEF -- Product or activity of man or animal

Date learned: 09-10-1972

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