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By Kathryn Tucker Windham

Jeffrey is the mischievous “something” that has headquarters within the Windham domestic in Selma. He first made his presence identified in October 1966, and because then he has persevered, at abnormal and rare durations, to clump down the corridor, slam doorways, rock in a chair, frighten the relatives cat (now deceased—through no fault of Jeffrey), flow heavy items of furnishings, reason digital gear to malfunction, and conceal items. He usually accompanies Mrs. Windham on her travels, and stories of Jeffrey’s antics are broadly acknowledged. “Nobody has ever been petrified of Jeffrey,” Mrs. Windham says. “He is especially handy to have—we blame every thing that is going awry on him. His basically objective for present (if that be aware is right) is to prod me into gathering and holding ‘true’ ghost tales from through the South.”  

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Hugh Oliver left his rugged, unspoiled hills to find adventure in far countries, and he has now returned to claim fulfillment at a place called Bald Mountain Park. "I saw the ghost dog," Hugh Oliver says, "and I patted Page 12 him. And he licked my hand. " Hugh was about eight years old when it happened, and he was visiting his older sister at Scataway. The sister was named Blon, Miss Blon Oliver, and she was the teacher at the one-room Scataway school. School zones were vague, and enforcement of attendance laws was lax in those days, so sometimes when Miss Blon came home for the weekend, Hugh would go back to Scataway with her and attend school there for a week or two.

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And he reached inside his coat and he brought out the cutest little fuzzy puppy you ever did see. Solid white. Just a ball of white fur. "The puppy looked so much like a snowball, that's what they started to name it, but Mrs. Henson said that was too common a name. She wanted her dog to have a special name, Page 18 not like every other white dog was named, so she named him Frost. Frost can be mighty white and thick too, you know. "Frost kinda got to be a pet with everybody. He grew to be a big, friendly dog, and he liked just about everybody, but it seemed like he knew he was Mrs.

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