Curse of the Cat People

Curse of the Cat PeopleTuesday, July 18, 1944

“Cloudy, misty, hot and damp,” my father writes from Washington, DC. “The humidity is something to feel to believe. It is so humid that if you just wiggle your ears, it starts a small thundershower and your shoes get wet – not to mention the disturbance the thunder makes in your ears.” Seems like useful experience  for someone studying tropical medicine. He adds, “I think I’ll go to a movie tonight.” Not likely “Since You Went Away.” How about a thriller to shiver the bones: “The Curse of the Cat People”! Still no word about the gas and tires. But he did have the car serviced just in case.

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