The Resource When the last dance is over
- When the last dance is over
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- Glen Ebisch
- Reporter Marcie is looking into reports that the ghost of a girl killed twenty years ago on the night of her senior prom has returned seeking vengeance. One of the richest men in the town of Arbella, Connecticut was a suspect in the girl's murder, and now is trying to hush up the stories about ghost attacks. Who killed the girl on the night of her prom, and who... or what... has returned to avenge her?
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- LC item number
- W47 2012
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