Objects & Places from Ghost Girl: The True Story of a Child in Peril and the Teacher Who Saved Her

Torey Hayden
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Pecking - This is the town where the school at which Torey taught students Jadie, Reuben, Philip, Jeremiah and Brucie.

Sandry Clinic - This is where Torey worked before taking a job with the school system.

Pecking School - This was built in 1898 and served children attending kindergarten through the sixth grade.

Old Reel-to-Reel Video Recorder - Torey borrowed this machine in order to tape her classes. It was also this machine that Jadie used to tape her strange message to Torey.

Coke - Jadie often referred to drinking this beverage when talking to Torey.

Spiders - This is what Jadie feared would see her talking to Torey about private things and alert the police.

A Quartered Circle - Jadie created a picture of this symbol when Torey asked her students to make collages during class. Torey later found a scar in this shape on Amber's abdomen...

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