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During their time with us, the ghosts have not been happy
to entertain themselves simply by making noises and playing with matches, they
also steal things.
In 1972 my
parents sold the Mill Creek house they bought in 1955 and we moved to a larger
home in a different section of
Anyone who has ever moved is well aware of the chaos that exists when all of your belongings are sitting in boxes and scattered around waiting to be put in their proper place. Prior to our move my parents purchased a coat of arms, a rather large and heavy object that hung on the wall. When we moved into the new house the coat of arms was put in the living room on the floor with several other things. All of us saw it there - it was too big to miss! After my parents had painted the dining room, they went to get the coat of arms to hang it, but it was nowhere to be found. Certainly someone didnít just walk in off the street and take it. If that had been the case other things would have been missing as well. And, they would have had to get past Namu, our rather large Siberian Husky who was quite protective of his family. Even though it was a heavy object and not easily moved, each of us searched the house from top to bottom looking for it, but to no avail. The coat of arms was gone and never seen again. While my parents were not happy with the fact that the thing went missing, my sisters and brother and I joked that the ghosts probably needed it to decorate their own walls.
While we were living in the Twin Oaks house my sister Terry
and her husband came out from
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