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Ghost Story Title : THE GHOST OF PEG ALLEY'S POINT By Anonymous

 

Ghost Story:

Peg Alley's Point is a long and narrow strip of wooded land, situated between the main stream of Miles river and one of the navigable creeks which flow into it. This little peninsula is about two miles long, from fifty to three hundred yards in width and is bounded by deep water and is overgrown with pine and thick underbrush. There is extant a tradition to the effect that many years ago a party of Baltimore oystermen encamped on the point, among whom was a man named Alley, who had abandoned his wife. The deserted woman followed up her husband, and found him at the camp. After some conversation had passed between them, the man induced
her, upon some unknown pretext, to accompany him into a thicket. The poor wife never came out alive. Her
husband cruelly murdered her with a club. The point of land has ever since been known by Peg Alley's name,
and her perturbed spirit has been supposed to haunt the scene of her untimely taking off. About twelve years
ago a gang of rail-splitters were at work on the point, and one day the foreman flatly refused to go back,
declaring that queer things happened down there, and that he had seen a ghost. Mr. Kennedy, his employer,
laughed at him and dismissed the matter from his mind. Some time after this Mr. Kennedy had occasion to
ride through the woods to look after some sheep, there being but one road and the water on either side. As he
approached the point his horse started violently and refused to go on, regardless of whip or spur. Glancing
about for the cause of this unnatural fright, he saw a woman rise up from a log, a few yards in advance, and
stand by the roadside, looking at him. She was very poorly clad in a faded calico dress, and wore a limp
sun-bonnet, from beneath which her thin, jet-black hair straggled down on her shoulders; her face was thin
and sallow and her eyes black and piercing. Knowing that she had no business there, and occupied in
controlling his horse, he called to her somewhat angrily to get out of the way, as his animal was afraid of her.
Slowly she turned and walked into the thicket, uttering not a syllable and looking reproachfully at him as she
went. With much difficulty he forced his horse to the spot, hoping to find out who the strange intruder might
be, but the most careful search failed to reveal the trace of any one, although there was no place of
concealment and no possible way of escape, for which, indeed, there was not sufficient time.





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