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Haunting Rachel, Kay Hooper
This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Creator Hooper, Kay. Language eng.
Publication New York, Bantam Books, Extent pages. She picks up an old, broken doll and asks her daughter where she got it. When the girl answers that she found it in the attic, her mother reminds her that the attic is off-limits and not to go up there again. The mother goes to her desk and picks up a binder full of old letters, with a note from someone that says they're from an ancestor.
The letters appear to be written in 19th-century script.
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A young girl and boy run through the woods dressed in early 19th-century garb, and the story moves into that of the Bell Witch. John Bell is taken to church court and found guilty of theft of a woman's land. The church releases him with the verdict that his loss of honor is sufficient punishment. The offended party, Kate Batts , is infamous in the village due to claims of witchcraft. Strange events begin to occur and John believes that Batts cursed him.
Betsy starts to look very sick and the haunting worsens.
She falls asleep in school, her attitude towards others changes and she becomes irritable. Her young teacher, Richard Powell, notices the change in her behavior.
Haunting Rachel, Kay Hooper
The Bell family tells him about the strange occurrences and their fears that the cause is paranormal. Powell attempts to prove to them that this is impossible because spirits don't exist. It is implied that Richard is also in love with Betsy. Determined to convince the family of reality, Richard stays in the Bell home to observe Betsy's behavior. He is proven wrong when he witnesses Betsy dangling off the floor, as if someone is holding her up by her hair. Betsy is sexually assaulted by the spirit.
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