Jill M. Roberts

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Average rating: 4.27 · 37 ratings · 7 reviews · 7 distinct works
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“Ghosts don't haunt us. That's not how it works. They're present among us because we won't let go of them.”
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John Molloy Jill,
As you know Robinson Crusoe was based on a true story about a sailor who asked to be put ashore on a small island off the west coast of South America. His name was Alexander Selkirk and he feared the ship he was sailing on would founder, and his premonition was right as it did founder some time later. He was eventually rescued and became a type of celebrity in his time.
You probably know this but some people might like to be informed if they didn't hear about it.
Thank you for allowing me to use your blog to type this little story.
John Molloy


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