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The Headless Cupid - Chapters 13-16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-16 Summary

Chapter thirteen shows Amanda going to the library at the first possible moment the next day to find out more about the Westerly House and the poltergeist. David is antsy all day, waiting for Amanda to come home. Although David tries to concentrate on other things, his mind keeps returning to the information he received from Mr. Golanski. David gets tired of waiting, and although it is very hot outside, he walks across town to the bus stop to meet Amanda. Amanda is animated and tells David about her discovery.

Amanda looked through the local newspapers starting in 1896. The Westerly House was built in 1895, and almost immediately after, strange things began to happen. The strange incidents began with pebbles and rocks appearing all through the house. Some fell down the stairs, some were thrown, causing damage. It was believed that a poltergeist, or noisy ghost...

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