Ghost Girl: The True Story of a Child in Peril and the Teacher Who Saved Her - Study Guide Chapters 21 and 22 Summary & Analysis

Torey Hayden
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In chapter twenty-one Torey meets with Arkie again to discuss the developments in Jadie's case. Torey suggests to Arkie that she believes Jadie is being abused in some sort of satanic rituals. Arkie tries to convince Torey there is little way Jadie's stories could be true. Arkie holds to her belief that Jadie is psychotic. Arkie suggests that Jadie's parents be convinced to take Jadie back to a mental health clinic at which the girl had formerly been treated. As Torey's class prepares for the Thanksgiving pageant, Jeremiah speaks of a headdress that his father has. Jadie tells the class that her friend Tashee had a real pair of Indian moccasins. After class Torey tells Jadie that Jadie will be going back to see a psychiatrist at the mental health center. Jadie talks instead about the new shoes that her mother is going to buy...

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