The Devil and Tom Walker

The Devil and Tom Walker
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  • "Under one of these gigantic trees, there was a great amount of treasure buried by Kidd the pirate." "The Devil presided the treasure."
  • "A miserly fellow named Tom Walker and his wife as miserly as him, lived in a forlorn- looking house that stood alone and had an air of starvation."
  • "Let that skull alone!" "The stranger was neither negro nor Indian, but he was dressed in a rude half Indian garb." 
  • "The black man told him of great sums of money buried by Kidd under the oak trees." " All these were under his command and protected by his power."
  • "Tom now grew uneasy for her safety." "In confirmation of this it was the great black man with an ax on his shoulder carrying a bundle tied in a check apron" 
  • "He dug Kidds money, is to be seen to this day and the neighboring swamp an old Indian fort are often haunted in stormy nights by a figure on horse back."
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