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'No Place Like Home': Reclaiming a 'Haunted' House

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'No Place Like Home': Reclaiming a 'Haunted' House

'No Place Like Home': Reclaiming a 'Haunted' House

'No Place Like Home': Reclaiming a 'Haunted' House

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NPR's Susan Stamberg continues her "No Place Like Home" series with the tragic story of Howard Norman and Jane Shore's home. Last summer, the poet and author left their home to an acquaintance, who later killed herself and her young son. Norman and Shore tell Stamberg what it was like to return home.

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