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On the rare occasions I’m asked my opinion on ghosts and the paranormal I have to answer, truthfully, that I am a skeptic. Quickly adding the caveat, “However . . . when I was very young . . . “
I lived in the upstairs half of a quondam Victorian kindergarten.
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My room was accessed by a hidden, mirrored door in the school’s old dance hall. Of course, it was the coldest in the house.
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When I was cleaning up, I checked on my Alligator lizard in the terrarium across the room. He’d been cut neatly in half.
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The house was a scary place to be, so we slept in the same room. As soon as the lights were turned off, a hideous, pained, male voice screamed out of the darkness. It was followed by indistinct whispered words — sentences.
We bolted out of the bedroom. The living room TV — the source of the sound — had turned on by itself and was madly scanning across the channels, pausing briefly enough at each to stitch intention into the chaos — single word-bits forming awful phrases . . . mostly gibberish but spiked by moments of terrifying clarity. ( . . . hissssssss . . . . fzzzzzzzzz . . . I WAS . . . DEAD . . . csshhhhhhhh).
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As soon as the connection was cut, THE TV STARTED UP AGAIN.
Right until about two minutes before my sister’s friend’s mom showed up.
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Are there any other book locations that I'm not remembering or just off-beat places that I shouldn't miss?