Linda C. Conklin is a retired hydrogeologist and a certified professional
geologist who moved to Lakeside in 2002. Her career primarily focused on environmental geology, with
extensive use of geophysics to determine what lies underground.
At 8:05 pm on Tuesday, January 21, 2003, the cat started desperately clawing until he opened the door
to the bedroom where I lay on the bed reading a book. I looked up, and saw him crouching with his back
hunched and ears laid back, staring at me. At 8:06 pm, the bed started gently rocking, and the chandeliers
began to swing.
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