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The Pilgrimess

The Pilgrimess (De Pelgrim) is de geest van Isabella Smith, welke verscheen in de film Thir13een Ghosts. In 1695, tijdens koloniale tijden zeilde Isabella over de Atlantische Oceaan op zoek naar een warm comfortabel thuis in New England (VS), maar de hechte dorpelingen vertrouwden buitenstaanders niet en sloten haar buiten het dorp. Niet snel nadat Isabella was aangekomen ontstonder er problemen: het begon te sterven onder mysterieuze omstandigheden, daarom beschuldigde de dorpspredikant haar van hekserij. Ze ontkende de beschuldiging maar al gauw keerde he hele dorp tegen haar. Naast al het vee dat ziek werd kreeg de predikant ook een mysterieuze ziekte. Het dorp vormde een boze menigte en dreven Isabella in een schuur die zij in brand staken. Wonder boven wonder kroop Isabella zonder enige brandwonden op haar huid, haar of kleding.

is the ghost of Isabella Smith. she appeared in the movie "Thirteen Ghosts". In 1695 during colonial times Isabella sailed across the Atlantic Ocean in search for a warm comfortable home in New England, but the tight-knit townsfolk didn’t trust outsiders which isolated her from the town. But problems had begun not too long after she arrived: the town's livestock began to die mysteriously so the local preacher judgmentally accused her of witchcraft. She denied the claim but the town quickly turned against her. As more livestock started to fall ill, the preacher acquired a mysterious illness. The town rallied into a frenzy, cornering Isabella in a barn which they lit on fire. However, moments later Isabella miraculously crawled out still alive without a single burn on her skin, clothes, or hair. So instead she was sentenced to a slow death in the stocks where she stayed for weeks on end while children stoned her, women cursed her, and men spat on her. The humiliation grew far worse than the pain, so finally Isabella came to starvation. Her ghost is walking around with her hands still locked in the stocks covered with a few cobwebs and dry leaves.


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