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  1. 'John of the Mountains' by Linnie Marsh Wolfe (), the text from the book's dust jacket. A part of the John Muir Exhibit, by Harold Wood and Harvey Chinn.

  2. Jack represents the savage beneath the surface, which, given the proper conditions, surfaces and manifests itself. d. Roger represents the utter inhumanity to which humans can stoop when there are no civilizing checks to restrain them. e. Simon, of all the characters, .

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  4. Without warning, a voice on the other end gives him a strange message about someone named Marjorie who is about to be blown up by a bomb. The mystery voice gives an address and tells the narrator to come get this woman before she dies. The narrator .


  5. Nov 22,  · From the raspy-voiced spirit in Tommy's Room to the little boy himself to the full body apparition in the Pickers Room, this location is a paranormal investigator's dream. That is, until Mark finds himself possessed by the malevolent spirit of George Milton Benson.

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