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GHOST AT KIDWELLY.) MYSTERIOUS WRAPPINGS" IN I HOUSE. Some uiieaJinjvstories are being told at; the ancient Carmartnenshire borough of Kidwelly in respect of a dwelling house, where mysterious knocking* are alleged to be lieard every night. The Kidwelly case is quite out of the ordinary run of "tap- pings, as the "knocker" is credited with a ingular degree of intelligence, afld readilv respuiias to efforts to carry on: "knock" conversations with his, visitors. A/Press correspondent .states that the strange noises were first heard three weeks ago, and for some time they verc ignored by,the Thei-.t the kuockiltgS be. came insistent, and the head of the house had to rcapond with reply knocks, and thereupon things quieted down, The noise starts almost every evening at 8 o'clock a.nd finishes at 11.50. The place ts visited nightly by many residents, including some of the most prominent inhabitants of the town. Some of these have tried to get intc communication with the author of the t'">uds, an<l met with considerable success, A Code of Thuds was arranged —a suigte knock to denote "\es. silence "N)," and a series of knocks, numbers. By means of this coda questions have been put and answered quite correctly. For instance, "his gliostlitiegs," was asked how many persons twere then pre- sent, and immediately 17, knocks were heard. Seventeen persons were found to he pte=ent. A thorough search has bpen made for the cause, or causes, but without success, and several of the hitherto most sceptical persons now believe that the thud-s are made by supernatural bands, and that someone dead wishes to convey a mes- i sage to the living.

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