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#16    Agent_21


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Posted 21 October 2003 - 09:21 PM

QUOTE (starlyte @ Oct 21 2003, 05:16 PM)
The haunting really began in 1830, when a young woman hurled herself to her death from an upstairs window. it is unknown as to weather or not she is the ghost which plagued the house for 50 years, or if she was just the first in a long line of victims of the mysterious and horrible vision.

It can be theorized that the ghost is really that or Mr. Myers himself, materializing in some horrible form, intent on destroying any marriage that takes place in "his" house like the one he was never to enjoy with his long-lost love.

It could have been an accident. Easily done; I nearly defenestrated myself cleaning windows today. w00t.gif  Either way, some houses seem to be 'unlucky' like that.

With Myers spirit regarding it as 'his' house still, there are cases where this seems to happen. As with an old house in southern England I will write about here soon.


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