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Vampire rumors spur alert at Boston Latin - on bullying

Boston Latin School student Myles Friedman (left) said a police visit to the school earlier in the day had intensified the vampire rumor. Boston Latin School student Myles Friedman (left) said a police visit to the school earlier in the day had intensified the vampire rumor. (Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene)
By Megan Woolhouse and Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / March 27, 2009

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Boston Latin School headmaster Lynne Mooney Teta issued a notice to parents and students yesterday quashing rumors of vampires at the school. An odd move for the head of a historic elite preparatory school, but Teta and Boston public school officials declined to elaborate on what triggered the unusual message. (Full article: 861 words)

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