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The Andreasson Affair by Raymond E. Fowler

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CHAPTER 10The Blue Book

We remembered that three days after the event, Becky had approached her mother with her own memories of the incident.

Betty: It was about two days later that Becky came to me with her dream, and she—two or three days later, she told me about it.

Harold: Why did you wait so long, Becky?

Becky: Because I thought it was a dream. And then I thought, well, with dreams, something in here will get over it. It’s just a dream. But it upset me, and after three days it was upsetting me so much I had to tell Mom, ’cause it was just bothering me too much. I was scared.

Ray: Did you remember that something had happened?

Becky: I told her that I had a dream. I told my dream, and she told me that was true, that really happened…but not ...

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