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No TV!

It was the 1950s. My mother didn’t approve of television.

Studio Image of Loretta Young in the Public Domain

Loretta Young swirls on camera, glittery and with the tiniest waist. Five minutes later, she is diaphanous and dangerous in very little light, gliding down dark stone steps. What’s that behind the wall at the bottom of the steps? Is that a man coming out of a grave? He seems to have too much hair; maybe he’s a werewolf! (Or maybe it’s my memory playing…

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Everyone has a story to tell, probably many more than one. Tell Your Story is home for the best creative nonfiction and personal essays on Medium, stories from the heart that help us all understand a little bit more about ourselves and the world around us.

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Katharine Valentino

Katharine Valentino

Writer and editor with considerable experience still trying for the words that make us do and feel good things. Website: https://settingForth.pub

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