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MAD MAN

ONE AFTERNOON SOME PEOPLE WERE HAVING A PICNIC. A
RAKE WAS LAYING ON THE GROUND WITH THE TEETH UP AND
ONE OF THE MEN ACCIDENTALLY STEPPED ON IT. IT
WHACKED HIM IN THE CHEST. HE IMMEDIATELY WENT WILD
AND TO THIS DAY ROAMS THE FOREST PRESERVE LIKE A WILD
ANIMAL.

Where learned: ILLINOIS ; KANKAKEE

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Physically handicapped Deformed

Date learned: 09-15-1967

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