Delivered from death by a ‘miracle,’ a survivor walks gingerly among the living

October 3, 2017

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Croupier dealing cards in a poker game placing them face up on the green baize of the gaming table

It was June of 2016 and they’d soon leave Hyde School for good, and so they gathered in the old mansion on a rainy night with their classmates and teachers for a tradition known as “the cards are dealt.” One by one their time came and they stood and spoke of their parents’ divorce or a…

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