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HERE YOU ARE KIDS OUR FIRST GHOST STORY
The Weird Story of Vanishing
Room No. 13.
"Any room beside No. 13," said
the traveler as he walked into the
Rj old-fashioned main office of a
f shaggy hotel that day, all by itself
"- on the wayside.
"Sure not1," answered the hotel
keeper. "NoNo. 13 in this place.
I-saw to that when I took it over.
I am not superstitious. But'Some'
The traveler-thought rfo.mor
about 13 as he climbed the narv
row stairs and went into his room
for the night. He noticed it was
No. 12 'and that the room next
doqr was No. 14.
His room was fairly large and
fairly comfortable. He pushed
his traveling bag onto a shelf and
then'remembered he had forgot
ten his umbrella.
"I'll run down myself," though?
he, and suiting the action to the
word Tie tiurned aong the hall