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The Girl in the Snow

Jessica, Arizona, USA
February 2000

My family and I were staying in a cabin in northern Arizona. At about 1 or 2 in the morning, there was a knock on the door. My father and I went to see who it was. When we opened the door, there was a girl standing in the snow. She was about 10-12 years old. She had to be freezing because she was only wearing a T-shirt and shorts while it was snowing.

She asked if she could use our phone. My father said "yes of course!" Then my uncle got up. We told him the situation about the girl. My dad then locked the front door, but before he did, he realized that there weren't any footprints leading up to the door. He didn't think anything of it.

When we looked back, the girl wasn't at the table where the phone was any more. The phone was still on the table, but it was off the hook. We were startled and we couldn't find the girl. My uncle stayed at the front door while we checked for the girl. But she was no where to be found.

It was freaky because there was only two ways to get out of the room she was in: the front door and the side door. But my uncle was standing in front of the side door when she came in the house.

We looked everywhere. We got the rest of the family up, told them the story, and they even looked. My uncle stayed by the two doors just in case. We never found the girl ever again.

Jessica, Arizona, USA
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