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THE LITTLE GIRL WHO HAUNTED HER HOUSE

PENNY LIVED ABOVE HER FATHER'S PUB IN ENGLAND (LONDON).
SHE CLAIMS THAT ON QUIET NIGHTS SHE AND HER FAMILY
OFTEN HEAR SOMEONE RUNNING DOWN THE HALL. THEY
HAVE LEARNED THAT ABOUT 100 YEARS AGO, A LITTLE GIRL
WAS MURDERED IN THE PUB. THE STEPS ARE SUPPOSEDLY
THE LITTLE GIRL'S GHOST.

Where learned: HOME ; ENGLAND ; LONDON

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Ghost Spirit Phantom Specter

Date learned: 01-07-1968

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