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SCREAMING MEEMIE

ACCORDING TO KAREN, SCREAMING MEEMIE IS REALLY AND
TRULY A GHOST WHO HAUNTS A SMALL BRIDGE OUTSIDE OF
TIFFIN, OHIO. EVERY NIGHT AT MIDNIGHT, KIDS PARKED
IN THE LOVERS' LANE NEAR THE BRIDGE CAN HEAR HER.
IT SEEMS THAT HER LOVER WENT BERSERK AND MURDERED MISS
MEEMIE (?) THERE ONE NIGHT. SUPPOSEDLY SHE'S TRYING
TO WARN OTHER GIRLS AWAY BECAUSE THE GUY STILL LURKS
AROUND THERE. WE VISITED THE SCENE TO GLEAN EVIDENCE;
FOUND A VERY SPOOKY LITTLE BRIDGE, BUT NOTHING ELSE
PARTICULARLY.

Where learned: OHIO ; TIFFIN

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Ghost Spirit Phantom Specter
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