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From: Arn Dunning <>
Subject: Re: "The Sight"
Date: Fri, 06 Feb 1998 16:16:16 -0500
My great great grandmother, Anne Cobb McDonald, had the "sight", or at least
her version. She read the leaves each morning and was phenomenial in her
"seeing" who were coming that day, what they wore, etc. Long time ago but
what I remember her "sight" was pretty much confined to the immediate future.
Nancy F. Skidmore wrote:
> Hi all:
> Could someone please explain to me what "The Sight" or "Second Sight" is
> and how it was used in ever day life by our ancestors. All ideas welcome
> if you don't wish to post to the list please send to me privately at
> Thanks any help would be greatly appreciated
> Nancy Gregory Skidmore searching for:
> Gregory - McGregor - Russell - Rawlins - Decker - Bell mostly from Wayne
> County Ky.
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