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The grave of Hezekiah Quidley proved his earthly life was over. Reports about mysterious sounds in the woods suggested his love for fiddle playing lived on. Stories about a woman appearing to her former boyfriend after her death also proved things going bump in the night were sometimes restless spirits.
Among Mrs. Cynthia Rollinson’s recollections of life were the lives she helped delivered as a midwife. As for life from decades ago, she could attest to a time when homes had ice boxes instead of refrigerators. She could also attest to a way Hatteras Island seemed futuristic, even in its dependency on kerosene as a light source: it had windmills.