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A Coffin Full of Rum: 1904


Maine Man Had Coffin Filled With Rum


Heir Accidentally Locked in Tomb; But Has Jug of Rum and Forgets Troubles. 928 more words

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The most wonderful mausoleum in the world

The shortness of the fall keeps the speed of the falling water down, and it falls as an even ribbon across the cascade. Where the water strikes the rocks on our side of the cascade the motion is blurred. 936 more words


The Millennial Graveyard

The millennial graveyard is replete with all the accommodations that the baby boomer ones never had. For starters, people are provided with bottled water as they’re asked to form an orderly line before entering so as to ensure that only a few “visitors” are allowed in at a time, therefore creating the best possible atmosphere for photographing. 1,277 more words

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Arras - The Forgotten Battlefields of the Artois

This area of France is sometimes known as the ‘forgotten battlefields’ because Flanders and the Somme get more battlefield visitors, yet it is here on the Arras front that has over 150 British cemeteries, which bear testament to the huge losses. 1,258 more words

The Great War

Centralia, Pennsylvania

I suppose you’ve heard of Centralia, the town with the veins of coal burning right under it and which suffered a near-total compulsory evacuation. You haven’t? 1,413 more words


country church


Shiloh was a small church community located in the Northwest section of Kit Carson County, CO. The church still stands, in serious neglect and appears to of been abandoned more then 50 years ago. 104 more words

Ghost Community