By B. G. Hewitt
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She saw her father looking at them, too. Neither mentioned it and Caroline unwrapped the sandwiches she had brought. The rain was torrential and the wind continued to gather force. Caroline looked at the barometer and her face turned white. She had never seen a reading so low and was about to question her father when there was a sound like a sharp explosion followed by glass shattering on the floor. The gale Blue Lady of Hilton Head • 45 had blown out one of the windows. Her father went into the storage room and came back with several boards but there was no way to hold them over the opening so that he could nail them in place.
She was not able to destroy it. One afternoon a young Midwesterner named Alfred Hansen stopped by for a few hours on his way to the South Carolina coast. The conversation turned to antiques and on an impulse Mrs. Monroe brought out the quilt for him to see. He admired it profusely. She was aware of Florence's agitation. Her face became flushed, her breath quickened, and she left the room. Her mother determined the quilt must go. Hansen was overwhelmed but Mrs. Monroe recalled his helping Florence out of the water when she had ventured too far the summer before.
Her heart thudded wildly and the room grew dark around her. When morning arrived Florence found herself lying across the bed with the quilt neatly folded beside the door. She never slept under it again. Her fear of the quilt's being even in the same house with her became a phobia, and after relating the strange events to her mother she was somewhat relieved. Nevertheless, they both knew they would feel easier when the quilt was out of the house. 38 • South Carolina Ghosts What to do with it became something of a problem.
Abkhaz by B. G. Hewitt