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Old 05-03-2023, 09:15 AM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Parallel Universes And Deja Vu Connection

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Kachina

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Dropa Stones

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Old 05-04-2023, 06:58 AM
 
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6 Foot Long Lizard Terrifies Florida Family

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Bennington Triangle

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Kansas City Journal (Mo.) June 24, 1895

HYPNOTISM RAMPANT

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Old 05-05-2023, 04:46 AM
 
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Kansas City Daily Journal (Mo.) Oct. 7, 1895

INTO A PIT OF DEATH

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St. Louis Republic Jan. 1, 1900 Pg2

BOY WALKED IN HIS SLEEP

Officer McCormack of the Eighth District yesterday found George Boyd, 12 years old, of No. 2796 Geyer avenue, walking along the street in front of No. 2297 South Jefferson avenue, dressed only in his under clothing.
The boy was taken to the home of his father, John Boyd, a travelling salesman. Mr. Boyd said that his son of late has frequently been found in a somnambulistic condition.




Indian Rope Trick

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Old 05-09-2023, 08:09 AM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Dirawong

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Kansas City Daily Journal (Mo.) Nov. 14, 1895

A PROMINENT FIREBUG

Amsterdam, N.Y., Nov. 13--- Edward Wemple, ex-state senator, ex-congressman and ex-state comptroller, was arrested at his home in Fultonville today on the charge of attempting to set fire to the house of Hubert H. Fonda November 10th.

A basket filled with shavings, saturated with kerosene oil, was placed against a rear door and set on fire, but the blaze was extinguished in time to save the building.
Wemple is also charged with having set fire to the Wemple foundry which was burned a month ago, and with causing other fires at Fultonville.

He spent a fortune in politics and contracted habits which led to his downfall. He took treatment for dipsomania but failed to derive benefit from it. His friends claim that his strange actions are due to his being mentally unbalanced.

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Largest Hailstone Ever

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Old 05-10-2023, 05:19 AM
 
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St. Louis Republic August 15, 1900 Pg3

GHOST WAS PRANKISH FIREMAN

The mystery of the spook which has been heard nightly at a café on North Seventh street, next door to the no. 6 engine-house, has at last been solved, and although he may continue to prowl about, he will no longer strike terror to the hearts of those who hear him.

Several years ago, a man was murdered in the back room of what is now the café. The tragedy occurred in the month of August. On the first night of the present month those who happened to be in the room were startled by hearing blood-curdling groans and rustling noises emanating from different parts of the room.

The lamps were lighted and a thorough investigation was made, but nothing could be discovered as to the origin of the noises. The room was again darkened and the half dozen men who occupied the chairs grew reminiscent. Suddenly they were startled by a shriek which died down to an awful groan.

The party made a hasty exit and none could be induced to return. Every night the noises and groans were repeated at the hour of midnight, the program always being varied. Several nights some of the braver men ventured at the awful hour to enter the room until the noises started, then fled in a stampede.

Last night the unseen spirit became unusually obstreperous and a window which opens from the north side of the room near the ceiling dropped with a crash. Several of the firemen of Engine Company n0. 6 which occupies the building to the north of the mysterious room, were found to be strangely silent to the commotion.

The secret soon leaked out. One of the firemen is gifted with ventriloquism and had stationed himself at the window every night. He used his vocal powers to scare the occupants of the room below.



Manticore

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Old 05-11-2023, 06:28 AM
 
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St. Louis Republic July 13, 1900 Pg5

INJURED BY BEES

Belvidere, N.J., July 12--- Jack Hartzell, owner of Hartzell's Ferry on the Delaware River and his wife are suffering greatly as a result of an encounter with bees.

Hartzell's valuable Jersey cow got loose from her tether and wandered into the bee colony. In a few moments the bees attacked her and in her misery, ran along the hives and upset ten or twelve. The bees stuck to her by the thousands.
The animal bellowed and Mrs. Hartzell rushed out to see what the trouble was.

She went to her aid, but the bees drove her back in the house. Then she gathered munitions of war and returned to the scene. The bees flew at her in great numbers, stinging her severely. She hurried away and called her husband.

His efforts met with little success. The bees attacked him by the thousands and had he not of been well protected, would have stung him to death. He then built a fire and managed to lead the cow away. She will probably die.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartzell have suffered severely in consequence of their unpleasant experience.





4D

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My brother and I saw this movie when we were kids but could never remember the name of it. We called it "The Hand In The Wall Movie" because of the end scene where he was dying and tried to escape by going through a wall and his hand was still sticking out.

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Old 05-12-2023, 05:31 AM
 
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Nasnas

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Kansas City Journal (Mo.) Sept. 20, 1895 Pg7

CLAIRVOYANT

Great fortune teller by hand reading and astrologist, just arrived from Europe, to remain short time, the young Madame De Rendeletia: tells 4 different ways a lady or gentleman who their future husband or wife will be by reading their hand, also brings back husband or lover, advice on all kinds of speculations.
The madame will touch the hand of each customer free with the only true luck stone in America. Gives good luck charms free this week.
Parlor 1331 Grand avenue, upstairs, near 14th street.



Gruagach

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Old 05-13-2023, 06:18 AM
 
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Ancient Egyptian Dwarves

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Kushtaka

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Kansas City Daily Journal (Mo.) May 24, 1895 Pg3


JUMPED FROM A WINDOW

A dog committed suicide from the Keith & Perry building yesterday morning about 11 o'clock. A lady entered one of the elevators accompanied by the dog and both ascended the sixth floor. The dog was a small one, black in color and quite pretty.

The lady disappeared in one of the rooms on the sixth floor, leaving the dog to amuse himself in the hall. He did so and seemed to be in the best of spirits. Presently the lady came out of the room into which she had gone, and stepped into the elevator. The dog attempted to follow her, but "Scotty," the boy in charge of the elevator, mindful of the rules, shut the gate before the dog could enter.

The lady exclaimed: "Oh, I've forgotten my dog," to which Scotty replied, "Never mind, ma'am, he'll run down the stairs and meet you." But the dog's heart was broken and he ran around to a window overlooking the court and leaped out. When the janitor and elevator boy ran out and found the dog, he was still breathing but beyond help.

While the boy was looking for a stone to dispatch the animal the janitor laid him out for burial. In the meantime the engineer of the building appeared upon the scene and picked the dog up and threw him into the engine furnace in the basement.
Singularly enough the dog had but one broken bone. The lady departed unaware of the dog's fate.
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Old 05-14-2023, 06:29 AM
 
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St. Louis Republic June 18, 1903 Pg2

RECOVERED AT UNION STATION

Suffering From Vertigo, Man Wanders 1,000 Miles

While suffering from vertigo, which overcame him last Monday morning on his way to work, and caused a temporary lapse of memory, George F. Weeks, a draftsman of Hartford, Ct., wandered a thousand miles from home, and recovered his faculties on reaching St. Louis yesterday morning.
Weeks went to the City Dispensary for treatment. His sickness was diagnosed as vertigo. He was removed to the City Hospital and physicians say he will recover in a few days.



Old Greeny

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Gazeka

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Old 05-15-2023, 05:38 AM
 
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Crocotta

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Kansas City Daily Journal (Mo.) April 30, 1895

A SAD WEDDING CEREMONY

Emporia, Kan., Apr. 29--- Miss Anna Urquhardt, who was thrown from a buggy last evening, and whose recovery is a matter of doubt, was this morning married to Professor W.O. Simms.
They were to have been married a month from now, they being teachers in the same school, but on account of the sad accident and her desire to be his wife, the ceremony was decided upon.



Bitatawa

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