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By: Patsy Barry

The House on Juniper Drive

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The house on Juniper Drive becomes home to an assortment of people who take residence there and impact on the life of Judy Vernon from child to adult.

As a rather precocious child, Judy discovers a sixth sense within her. For some reason unbeknown to her there’s a link, a strong connection to this one house.

As Judy grows from childhood into adulthood, she feels a great need to one day own the house on Juniper Drive. But as time passes the likelihood of this ever happening seems to be nothing more than a pipedream. An impossibility.

But can the impossible really happen and a horror be uncovered?

Patsy Barry was born in Dundee on 4th April 1936, Patsy lived through the war years. Even at the age of 84, she can still vividly recall that time of rationing, blackouts and shortages.


Patsy left school at the age of 14 and worked in the personnel office of Burndept, where she met Andy, a factory worker. Andy was called up for National Service and they married in 1956. Theirs was a happy marriage with five children, nine grandchildren, and eleven great grandchildren.


Sadly, after a two-year battle with prostate cancer, Andy died shortly before their 55th wedding anniversary.

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