Ghost Girl: The True Story of a Child in Peril and the Teacher Who Saved Her - Study Guide Chapters 25 and 26 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter twenty-five, as the police investigation continues, Torey feels most distressed because she is given so little information about what is happening. Torey discusses her real suspicions about what has happened to Jadie in Lindy's office. Although Lindy agrees with Torey that there has been some abuse, she believes it would be a bad idea to introduce any ideas of Satanism into the discussion. After her meeting with Lindy, Torey receives a visit from Lucy. Torey tells Lucy the whole story of Jadie and her suspicions of Satanism. Lucy comforts Torey by telling her she believes Torey is doing the right thing.

During a second meeting with Lindy, Lindy tells Arkie and Torey that the police were having difficulty with the case. There was no evidence of physical abuse and no hard evidence of sexual abuse. Lindy and Arkie both agree that without Jadie...

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