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Oxford (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 7
Story of the Supernatural. --The Oxford (Miss.) Intelligencer states, on "reliable authority," that on the 30th of October last, Mr. J. W. Paschal, of Pontotoc co., dreamed that he believed his dead sister entered his room, as she frequently did in her lifetime.--The apparition approached and shook hands with him, Mr. Paschal remarking that her hands were very cold. "Yes, they are cold," was the answer, "and yours will be just as cold. Brother, in a month I will return and take you with me." Mr. Paschal related his dream, without seeming to be apprehending anything farther, But, strange to say, he sickened, and on last Friday, Nov. 30th, he died.
Pontotoc (Oklahoma, United States) (search for this): article 7
Story of the Supernatural. --The Oxford (Miss.) Intelligencer states, on "reliable authority," that on the 30th of October last, Mr. J. W. Paschal, of Pontotoc co., dreamed that he believed his dead sister entered his room, as she frequently did in her lifetime.--The apparition approached and shook hands with him, Mr. Paschal remarking that her hands were very cold. "Yes, they are cold," was the answer, "and yours will be just as cold. Brother, in a month I will return and take you with me." Mr. Paschal related his dream, without seeming to be apprehending anything farther, But, strange to say, he sickened, and on last Friday, Nov. 30th, he died.
J. W. Paschal (search for this): article 7
Story of the Supernatural. --The Oxford (Miss.) Intelligencer states, on "reliable authority," that on the 30th of October last, Mr. J. W. Paschal, of Pontotoc co., dreamed that he believed his dead sister entered his room, as she frequently did in her lifetime.--The apparition approached and shook hands with him, Mr. PaschalMr. Paschal remarking that her hands were very cold. "Yes, they are cold," was the answer, "and yours will be just as cold. Brother, in a month I will return and take you with me." Mr. Paschal related his dream, without seeming to be apprehending anything farther, But, strange to say, he sickened, and on last Friday, Nov. 30th, he died. hal remarking that her hands were very cold. "Yes, they are cold," was the answer, "and yours will be just as cold. Brother, in a month I will return and take you with me." Mr. Paschal related his dream, without seeming to be apprehending anything farther, But, strange to say, he sickened, and on last Friday, Nov. 30th, he died.
November 30th (search for this): article 7
Story of the Supernatural. --The Oxford (Miss.) Intelligencer states, on "reliable authority," that on the 30th of October last, Mr. J. W. Paschal, of Pontotoc co., dreamed that he believed his dead sister entered his room, as she frequently did in her lifetime.--The apparition approached and shook hands with him, Mr. Paschal remarking that her hands were very cold. "Yes, they are cold," was the answer, "and yours will be just as cold. Brother, in a month I will return and take you with me." Mr. Paschal related his dream, without seeming to be apprehending anything farther, But, strange to say, he sickened, and on last Friday, Nov. 30th, he died.
October 30th (search for this): article 7
Story of the Supernatural. --The Oxford (Miss.) Intelligencer states, on "reliable authority," that on the 30th of October last, Mr. J. W. Paschal, of Pontotoc co., dreamed that he believed his dead sister entered his room, as she frequently did in her lifetime.--The apparition approached and shook hands with him, Mr. Paschal remarking that her hands were very cold. "Yes, they are cold," was the answer, "and yours will be just as cold. Brother, in a month I will return and take you with me." Mr. Paschal related his dream, without seeming to be apprehending anything farther, But, strange to say, he sickened, and on last Friday, Nov. 30th, he died.