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THE ANNUAL REFLECTOR
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THE ANNUAL REFLECTOR
SEVENTH GRADE GROUP
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THE ANNUAL REFLECTOR
Fill wiv Iggy
01s LOOKED out of the old mansion window
watching the rain come down. Beside her
stood Jean who seemed to be a trifie ner-
vous. Lois suddenly turned to Jean and
said, "You would have thought that our club
could have planned a better initiation than
this. We haven't seen one ghost yet."
"I don't want to see one either. You know,
Lois, that this house is supposed to be haun-
ted and we have to stay here all night as part
of our initiation."
"Of course I know, silly," replied Lois,
"but so far nothing exciting has happened and
I, for one, hope that something will happen so
we could tell the gang."
"Well," said Jean, "I'd rather get out of
here alive than have something to tell the
gang. Iwish we had never consented to come
to this old mansion."
"I don't know what you're worrying about,
Jean. Nothing is going to happen. The rumor
that is going around about seeing a light
flash on in the attic is just a lot of talk. Just
relieve your mind about that."
"I know, Lois, but I've just got a feeling
that something awful is going to happen.
Every minute I expect a ghostly hand to come
out and spirit me away."
"Stop that, Jean, you'll give me the jitters if
you don't. I do wish you would calm yourself
and face the facts. You're just exciting yourself
ova? nothing. I tell you, Jean, nothing is going
to a. .... .. "
Just then a blood-curdling scream rang
through the old mansion breaking the dead-
like silence. It echoed and reechoed through
the house and finally ended in a low moan.
Jean and Lois stood stunned for one long
moment just staring at each other. They seem-
ed to be glued to the floor.
" W-what w-was t-that ? " Lois finally
" I d-don't k-know. " Jean whispered back.
" It seemed to c-come from t-the a-attic. Do
you s-suppose that those stories were actual-
ly true that we heard about the house being
haunted ? "
" Let's hope not, " replied Jean.
"We're not doing anything here so we had
better find out what that cry was. If anybody
is in trouble I mean to get them out of it if
it is possible."
" Oh Lois, you wouldn't go up in that
attic alone, would you ? "
" I wouldn't have to go alone if you went
with me, you know."
"You couldn't make me go in that attic for
a million dollars," said Jean.
'Tm not trying to make you go up there if
you don't want to but I don't think you'll
like to stay down here with ghosts for com-
"Stop it, Lois, you know I can't stand as
much as you can. I suppose I'1l have to go
with you if I don't want to stay here."
i All right. As long as that's settled we'll
investigate now. You can follow me. Come on,
" I-I'm right b-behind you," was the reply.
"I think we had better go up the front
stairs. It seemed that the cry came from the
a 1c. '
The two girls started up the old stairs to-
"My, these steps are creaky. It just gives
me the creeps to listen to them."
"Never mind, Jean, we'll soon be up now."
The girls reached the top of the stairs and
looked around. They seemed to be in a long,
dark hall and at the end ofthe hall was a
door. Reaching it Lois stepped forward and
opened it very slowly. She peered in and saw
another staircase that led to the third floor
and the attic.
"One more flight and we will know what
that cry really was," said Lois.
"I don't want to go up theref' whimpered
Jean. "I'm scared stiff, and I don't care who
"Buck up, Jean, in a few minutes we'll
know what's going on around here."
"O.K., but you go first."
"Well, let's get started. Remember, Jean,
don't make any noise, for if there is some one
up there we don't want them to know any-
one is about."
Once again the girls started up the flight
of stairs on tip toe.
Step after step and finally the girls reach-
ed the top. Peering over the railing the girls
saw something that made their blood run cold.
Over in one corner of the attic was a girl
tied hand and foot. In the other corner, sitting
at a table, were two men playing cards.
The girl seemed to be around sixteen years
old and had light brown hair.
Suddenly Lois turned to Jean and whis-
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