Something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately seems an appropriate enough topic for the month that ends with Halloween.

In case you missed it, the October edition of DeKalb Living published this week, and includes a very cool article by Times-Journal staff writer Cori Simmons about area urban legends. But there’s another: maybe the spookiest local legend of them all.

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