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Old 04-18-2023, 06:00 AM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Great Bend Daily Item July 25, 1908

GHOST STALKS IN THE LAW LIBRARY

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Frozen 30,000 Year Old Squirrel

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Hibagon

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Old 04-18-2023, 08:48 AM
 
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Kansas City Journal (Mo.) July 21, 1895 Pg5

THREE MEN KILLED BY LIGHTNING

Ellsworth, Kan., July 20--- A severe electrical storm passed over Ellsworth county this morning. At the McHenry farm, 5 miles northwest of here, lightning struck the farmhouse, and passing down the chimney, instantly killed Eli McHenry, Ed Grimes (colored), and Frank Brown (colored,) and paralyzed Fred Beatty.

It seems there were 6 men there cutting corn, and were all lying on the floor side by side, asleep, when the bolt struck killing the first man, skipping the next 2, then killing the next 2, and burning a circle around the 6th man's body. All are married and leave large families.



Lake Labynkyr's Devil

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Cynocephaly

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Old 04-18-2023, 06:57 PM
 
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St. Louis Republic Feb. 22, 1903 Pg1

BIG BLACK BEAR COMMITS SUICIDE

Dallas, Tex., Feb. 21--- Jack, the big black bear which had been in the zoological park here since 1890, committed suicide today.

He became suddenly violent last night and tried to tear himself to pieces, and beat himself to death against the stone walls and iron-grated front of his cage.
For the last 2 months he refused to eat. He apparently decided to starve himself to death.

When the keepers were 50 yards away from his cage today, Jack jumped into the water tank in the corner of the cage and stubbornly held his head under the water until he was drowned. It was a clear case of suicide.. His keepers could not get into the cage in time to rescue him.

Jack, who had been presented by his wife, "Queenie", with 4 cute bear babies 2 years ago, suddenly flew into a passion when the cubs were only 2 days old. He slaughtered them and ate them. Up to that time he had been a docile, loving and indulgent husband. After that he became sullen and ugly.

Without cause for offense, he attacked Queenie, who had been his mate for a dozen years, and murdered her one year ago. The attack was in the night, during the absence of the keepers. Queenie was terribly lacerated. Just as the keepers came on duty in the morning Jack pushed the helpless Queenie into the tank, jumped in after her and held her head under water until she was dead.
The opinion now is that Jack was insane.




Grauballe Man

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Old 04-19-2023, 06:30 AM
 
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Blood Rain

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Alderney Sighting

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St. Louis Republic July 16, 1900 Pg12

OLD INDIAN WOMAN

Discovered By A Census Man Almost Buried In The Woods

Vinita, I.T., July 15--- A census enumerator on Little River, Cedar County, Choctaw Nation, I.T., found a Choctaw Indian woman who is believed to be nearly 100 years old.
Choctaw women, as a rule, do not live to a great age. This woman has abandoned her name of Honitima for that of Nancy Jacob.

She was living in an old log cabin in a little field or clearing in the woods, half grown up with underbrush. Only a little trail half distinguishable in some places leads to her home. She said she was a grown woman when she came with her tribe in 1830 from Mississippi.
She was an old woman when the Civil War broke out and made hanaha, an Indian meal made of corn, beans and other ingredients, for the boys who fought the "faluma", as the Indians called the Yankees.
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Old 04-19-2023, 09:29 AM
 
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Kansas City Journal (Mo.) Jan. 1, 1895

THREE MEN DRIFTING TO DEATH

Menominee, Mich., Dec. 31--- Martin, Frank and John Wosnaki, brothers, were carried away in an open fishing boat by the ice last night.
They were seen today drifting towards death's door and will probably not be rescued at all, as the weather has since continued to be very cold and no attempts have been made here to rescue them, as the tugs are all frozen in and their machinery taken apart for the winter.

A telegram was sent to Escanaba in the hope that a tug is still in commission there, but no answer has been received. They are without food. All are married. When seen through a telescope today they were still alive.



The World Coos Bay Oregon Oct. 6, 1962 Pg1

BAT BITE

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Gajamina

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Old 04-19-2023, 03:04 PM
 
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Largest Rattlesnake Ever

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St. Louis Republic June 23, 1900 Pg6

TO CAPTURE GIANT SLOTHS

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The Buggane

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Old 04-20-2023, 06:39 AM
 
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Wallingford Beast

The Wallingford Beast





Kansas City Journal (Mo.) March 25, 1899 Pg2

MADSTONE ADHERED

Oscar Brawart, the young man who was bitten by a dog supposed to have had rabies, will have a madstone applied to his wound this morning.
Brawart is employed as a clerk at Heim's Brewery and was bitten by the dog last Thursday morning. The woman who was bitten by the same animal that attacked Brawart was treated yesterday.
A madstone was applied and it adhered for several minutes.
The dog has not been captured, but a mail carrier named Peppard was attacked by it and the mail sack which he carried was torn in several places.
The dog is a large Newfoundland and nobody knows his owner.




10 Unsolved Ancient Mysteries

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Old 04-20-2023, 09:32 AM
 
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St. Louis Republic June 18, 1900 Pg6

SUN SPOT FOUND

Paris, June 17--- Abbe Mareux, the astronomer, has discovered and sketched through the big telescope in the Optic Palace of the exposition, a remarkable spot on the sun, forming a part of an extensive group and having a diameter of nearly 40 kilometers.
This spot, he says, will remain for 7 days and become visible to the naked eye. He predicts the appearance of other spots in July, August and September, inferring that the heat during these months will be very great.




Beast Of Busco

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Nariphon

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Old 04-20-2023, 05:46 PM
 
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Gumberoo

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Hearse House Spider

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Kansas City Journal (Mo.) March 22, 1895 Pg2

RABIES CURED BY HYPNOTISM

Chattanooga, Tenn., Mar. 21--- Dr. R.J. Trippe, a leading physician, has created a sensation in the medical profession by curing a man who had been bitten by a mad dog by hypnotic influences. The wound was a week old and the patient was in a frenzied condition bordering on madness.
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Old 04-21-2023, 06:11 AM
 
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The Times San Mateo, Ca. July 20, 1968

DO MONSTERS EXIST IN AMERICA ?

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Camahueto

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St. Louis Republic Oct. 1, 1900 Pg1

DIED IN HIS PULPIT

New York, Sept. 30--- While preaching his regular morning sermon today, the Reverend Gilbert H. Gregory dropped dead in the pulpit of St. Stephen's Methodist Episcopal Church in this city. He had been warned that he would die in this way if he continued preaching, but Dr. Gregory said he preferred to meet death while in the performance of his duty rather than to live longer with the knowledge that fear of death had caused him to shirk his duty.
Dr. Gregory was 62 years old and had been a Methodist minister for 37 years.
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