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A Case of Somnambulism

Eliza Reynolds, age 20, a housemaid m a family at Wallace, Victoria, had a strange experience the other night. She retired to bod between ten and eleven-, and dreamt that her mother, who lives at Gordons, was calling her. Jumping out of bed, she wrapped a buggy rug lying on the bed round her and left the house, and walked nearly five miles m a state of somnambulism. Near Gordons some dogs barking woke her. She had to cross a large bridge on her way, the road leading to it being very narrow, and if she had missed it she would have fallen into the Moorabool River. She reached her parents' place at about half-past three m the morning, not much the worse for her adventure, *

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A Case of Somnambulism, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2455, 1 July 1890

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A Case of Somnambulism Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2455, 1 July 1890

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