By Kathryn Tucker Windham
Jeffrey is the mischievous “something” that has headquarters within the Windham domestic in Selma. He first made his presence recognized in October 1966, and because then he has persevered, at abnormal and rare durations, to clump down the corridor, slam doorways, rock in a chair, frighten the relatives cat (now deceased—through no fault of Jeffrey), stream heavy items of furnishings, reason digital gear to malfunction, and conceal items. He often accompanies Mrs. Windham on her travels, and stories of Jeffrey’s antics are greatly mentioned. “Nobody has ever been petrified of Jeffrey,” Mrs. Windham says. “He is particularly handy to have—we blame every little thing that is going awry on him. His in basic terms objective for present (if that notice is right) is to prod me into amassing and holding ‘true’ ghost tales from during the South.”
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The window was still closed, the door still buttoned. There had been no sound, no clicking of claws on the bare floor. but the white collie was gone. "Don't be frightened," Miss Blon said, gathering Hugh in her arms. "It's all right. I can't explain it. All I know is that he's a ghost dog that comes here every now and then. Grandpa Deaton says he's looking for somebody. He's friendly but kind of sad. Don't be upsetit's all right," she said again. They could hear Grandpa Deaton moving around then.
Jeffrey's presence in her home stirred Kathryn Windham's latent interest in the subject of ghosts, and she began a collection of authentic ghost stories from throughout the South. In collaboration with Margaret Gillis Figh, folklore authority on the Huntingdon College (Montgomery, Alabama) faculty, she wrote 13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey. This book was followed by Jeffrey Introduces 13 More Southern Ghosts, a sampling of strange tales from seven southern states. Now, still prodded by Jeffrey, Kathryn Windham has selected thirteen of Georgia's grandest ghosts for inclusion in this latest volume of true tales of the supernatural.
Frost didn't like the stranger at all. Soon as the man walked into the front room, Frost commenced to growl real low and to move up close to Mrs. Henson. Mrs. Henson tried to calm the dog, but it was plain that Frost didn't want the man in the house. "Well, Frost got so riled up that Mr. Henson finally shut him up in the bedroom so Mrs. Henson could fix supper, but Frost scratched on the door and barked and cut up so bad they had to let him out. Page 19 "Mrs. Henson held Frost by the collar and kept saying she was sorry for the way the dog was acting and telling the man that Frost never had bitten anybody, but you could tell that the man didn't like Frost any better than Frost liked him.
13 Georgia Ghosts and Jeffrey by Kathryn Tucker Windham