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Old 06-06-2023, 09:30 AM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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SS Baychimo (Ghost Ship)

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Capelobo

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St. Louis Republic Jan. 8, 1900

WHISTLING GHOST SEEN BY SAILORMEN

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Old 06-07-2023, 07:10 AM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Chullachaki

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Kansas City Journal (Mo.) Nov. 15, 1899

A SHOWER OF FIRE

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Gizotso

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Old 06-07-2023, 09:10 AM
 
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Kansas City Daily Journal (Mo.) July 21, 1895

DIGGING FOR HUMAN BONES

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Kelpie

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Afanc

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Old 06-07-2023, 07:51 PM
 
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Attacked By Vulture At Zoo

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Adlet

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Kansas City Daily Journal (Mo.) May 13, 1895 Pg3

HIS HAND LACERATED

Charles Friday, aged 9 years, living at No. 201 Grand avenue, was bitten by a large bulldog at No. 1830 Locust street yesterday afternoon.
The boy was passing along the street and put his hand between the fence palings, when the dog grabbed it and lacerated it very badly in several places. The wounds were dressed by Police Surgeon Hyde, and the boy was taken home by his mother.
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Old 06-08-2023, 06:37 AM
 
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Frozen Hill People

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Kansas City Journal (Mo.) June 23, 1897 Pg3

"MAN EATER" ARRESTED

Alex Williams, a burly negro who is known among his people as the "man eater," was arrested yesterday by Officers McCosgrove and Greely at Seventh and Broadway on a charge of cutting Cora Bean, a colored woman, living at 608 Washington street, a week ago.
Williams is said to have a mania for assaulting defenseless negro women. He has worked in the vicinity of Sixth and Broadway for some time, and it is said has cut a dozen colored women, most of them go armed with a knife now for the "man eater."




Legend Of Agta

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Old 06-08-2023, 09:20 AM
 
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Fresno Nightcrawlers

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The Cursed Pillar

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St. Louis Republic Oct. 7, 1904 Pg6

BLEW OFF HEAD WITH GUN

Newark, Oct. 1--- Phillip Bittman, 45 years old, of No. 78 Gotthard street, Newark, blew off his head with a shotgun in his home.
Bittman had been drinking heavily for some time. He attached one end of a leather thong to the trigger of the gun and the other end to one of his big toes. Then he lay down on the couch, held the gun between his knees, adjusted the muzzle so that it was directly under his chin and pulled the trigger with his toe.
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Old 06-08-2023, 08:12 PM
 
Location: StlNoco Mo, where the woodbine twineth
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Tsuchinoko

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Kansas City Daily Journal (Mo.) June 25, 1895 Pg4

A BAD BOY ARRESTED

At 7 o'clock last night William Jackson, 6 years old, son of William Jackson, a well known huckster living at No. 423 East Sixth street, was arrested by Officers Ryan and Daily near the tent in Shelley Park.
When arrested, the boy was throwing rocks at the Rev. B.E. Shawhan, who was going to the tent to hold services.
The boy was taken to the Central police station and locked up until the arrival of his father, who gave bond for his appearance in police court today.




Fern Flower

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Old 06-09-2023, 05:23 AM
 
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Adjule

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Kansas City Journal (Mo.) May 1, 1899 Pg6

BIG MISSOURI CAVE FOUND

Galena, Kan., Apr. 30--- A wonderful cave has been discovered near Seneca, Mo., about 17 miles south of this place, on the farm of J.J. Coffman.
Parties prospecting for zinc ore sank into the large opening, and it is believed to be one of the largest caves yet discovered. The ground under which it is located is covered with an old orchard.



Abura Akago

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Achiyalabopa

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Old 06-09-2023, 07:01 AM
 
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St. Louis Republic Oct. 18, 1900 Pg2

MYSTERY SURROUNDS HER

Paducah, Ky., Oct. 17--- Unconscious and at the point of death, Mrs. Judith Hendricks lies hopelessly ill in the old Fisher brewery in this city.

While in poverty, she yet bears traces of intelligence and refinement, but evidently her life is shrouded in a deep mystery.
During her illness she has been very careful of a package hidden in her bosom, which promises to reveal the mystery of her life.

A report has been circulated that it contains $5,000, but it is not believed. When the package was discovered she became greatly excited and stated that it only contained a breast pin, and begged that nothing be mentioned about it. However, the opinion of her attendants is that it contains something very valuable that will reveal her past life.

Very little is known of the woman. She was first married somewhere in the south and her husband's name was Mitchell.
She has several children, but only one's whereabouts is known. He is in Nebraska. She has a son-in-law, James Easton of Heltonville, Ind.

Her husband and she came here last July, and, while in a demented condition, he wandered away and nothing has been heard of him since.
She has all along refused to talk. In addition she has two trunks full of fine laces, silks and all sorts of finery.




Amomongo

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Old 06-09-2023, 11:25 AM
 
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Hoop Snake

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

SCARED BY WEDDING SALVOS

Atchison, Kan., Sept. 19---There was a wedding celebration at Parnell, this county, last night. The bridal couple was going west on the Santa Fe train, and their friends accompanied them to the station. The approach of the train was the occasion for firing off shotguns carried by some of the groom's friends.

The passengers on the train, hearing the shooting, thought the train was to be robbed. There was great confusion, and people began to hide their valuables.
A shower of rice through the open windows allayed their fear. The trainmen shared the fear of the passengers that the train was to be held up.




The Wallowa Lake monster is a large creature said to inhabit Wallowa Lake, Oregon. An article about it appeared in the Wallowa Chieftain newspaper on November 5, 1885.
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