To Kill a Mockingbird

what myths do jem and scout believe about the radley house?

near the start of the book

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Boo is the subject of childhood myth and fantasy for much of the novel. In Chapter 1 Scout describes Boo as a "malevolent phantom”. Apparently, according to Scout, he only comes out in the dark. He is over six feet tall and dines on squirrels and cats.