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Construction worker quits after seeing ghost of young girl at site

From ABC7 News in Virginia:

Two months ago, an old Victorian house sat on the site, but as crews began demolishing the property to build a new club house, one of the workers spotted a young girl inside of the building.

The girl is thought to be Margaret Febrey, who was laid to rest in Oakwood Cemetery almost 100 years ago.

“He said he saw this little girl in the window … and he went in and couldn’t find her, and on his way out he saw her on the steps and turned around and didn’t see her,” said Jeff Schreiner, construction supervisor.

The encounter was too much for the construction worker. He immediately packed his stuff and walked off the job permanently.

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Wait. Why is this apparition thought to be Margaret Febrey, dead, lo, these hundred years?

We read it over and over, and couldn’t find out, except that the house was Victorian. If that doesn’t scare you, look around. There’s plenty of stuff about Obama.

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