WEEK 96: (8th – 14th September 1919)

“Miss Bowman’s haunted house was at Braybrooke, near Market Harborough, north heights. It was belonging to the Board School, & every schoolmistress lived in it rent free. The first noises were like slates & books thrown against wall & falling in pieces on table, then people were heard walking about especially in kitchen – in broad daylight, in the room where she sat. Others heard it with her.”

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WEEK 84: (16th – 22th June 1919)

“D. [Dorothea] told me a lot of things about George Goldfoot’s dentistry & the Aunt Lottie’s objection to let her go to a dentist alone. It seems G.G. never gives anyone gas, & when she asked his assistant once when she was getting a tooth out, wasn’t he going to put anything on it, he said with an air of great surprise “Oh, you want a painless extraction?”

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