Last night, on September 12th, by 1337 Elington drive, Ms.Adela Strangeworth’s roses were supposedly vandalized by an unknown towns person. There has been speculation as to why a towns person vandalized Ms.Adela Strangeworth’s roses. Townspeople have recently called out Ms. Strangeworth for harassment in the form of letters that she sent them anonymously, and townsperson angered by Ms.Strangeworth’s letters most likely ruined her flowers. The roses were allegedly cut down with a knife or a similar sharp object and damaged by a lot of force. A few hours after Ms.Adela Strangeworth reported the incident, most townspeople were aloof about the matter, while others were sympathetic.
The Rivercene Mansion, a Civil War era country home in New Franklin, Missouri, is known to be haunted by the souls of previous owners. The Kinney family, the original owners of the house in the late 1800’s, had eight members of their family die in the house. Joseph Kinney, the father of the Kinney children, was a steamboat captain along the Missouri River who work hard and saved money to built the house in 1869, he died of natural causes in 1892. Six of the eleven children died before the age of seven. The youngest son, Noble Kinney, suffered the most tragic of the deaths: he fell over the second story balcony and down the main staircase, he died instantly.
The story of the haunting begins on the grounds of the Pittock Mansion. People have said that they could hear the sounds of someone walking around the yard in heavy boot and then coming into the side door. It is possible that some people have seen this entity because it has been said that he is the gardener. All of the museum staff and even visitors have seen the happy couple Henry and Georgiana.
In James Baldwin’s short story, “The Rockpile”, he uses an object, the rockpile, as symbolism for something bigger. Baldwin uses the rockpile to represent the dangers that come with freedom. The mother of the main character says to her sons, “Its a wonder they don’t kill themselves” (1). This illustrates that the rockpile and those who regularly go there are dangerous. The statement sets the idea that both John and Roy should not be going there.
to be exact, Winfred Chapman6 stepped out of a bus on her way to work with an upset demeanor about her face, simply because she was going to be late for work, but Chapman was about to see something that would take her anger away and replace it with that of fear. As she took over her work place from an old coworkers window who had given her a ride the remainder of where she needed to go, she noticed a strange telephone wire hanging over the gate of her work residence. Chapman begin to feel a sense of worry, as she proceeded to hurry hurself along inside the grounds, setting her eyes on a strange vehicle perched in the parkway. But without much thought, Mrs. Chapman strode on further toward the house. Mrs. Chapman turned to outside light whom somebody in the residence had left on, unlocked the door she entered everyday, and entered the house with no suspicions of what she 'd saw outside, until her eyes landed on some out of place trunks which had not held that certain place the evening before, but the one thing that actually caught her attention was that there seemed to be blood on the trunks, blood all over the floor under them, and on the sprawled out towels.
Picture a town that is run-down. A place where streets are “ unnamed, unshaded, unpaved.” Where is it “ simply an aimless congregation of buildings divided in the center by the main-line trails of the Santa Fe Railroad.” Truman Capote describes this town, Holcomb, in In Cold Blood. Through this journalistic style of writing Capote uses imagery, selection of details, and structure.
#31 Zongpei Yang Introduction: Volcanoes come in different sizes and shapes. There is a different kind of volcanoes in the world in different areas for example the desert or just normal grasslands. What I think of volcanoes is lava flowing from a mountain or that’s what I think. The volcano that I am doing is named Mount Shasta the fifth tallest mountain in the world!
There is always that one person that makes a story so interesting and impossible to get one's eyes off of. The novel, Montana 1948 by Larry Watson was a book that had good, bad and terrible things in it. A family that was well known to the town of Bentrock was involved with multiple incidents that brought negativity to the people. It was a town diversified between Indian and Caucasians. People that were influential to the novel made bad choices, caused and solved problems and also led to serious moments that others couldn’t see meaning and truth behind.
The Perrons reported many unexplained incidents in the farmhouse. On the first day, the realtor didn 't disclose any issues with hauntings, but they are not required to reveal paranormal happenings. He did tell the father to leave the lights on at night. Three of the children saw a man watching them as they unpacked.
Introduction The Glass House Mountains are an iconic part of Queensland. There are fourteen mountains, however, twelve were volcanoes. This report contains information such as how the glass house mountains were formed and what types of rocks are found at the volcanoes. How were the glass house mountains thought to have formed?
On Sunday, November 13, 1842 a double murder occurred at Smith Farm in Old Fields, Long Island. The victims, Alexander Smith and and Rebecca Smith, were a wealthy, well- respected married couple who ran Smith farm. George Weeks, the Smiths farmhand, was reporting for work the monday after the murder and heard the dog barking from the work-shed by the Smiths house. George Weeks then became suspicious since the dog was usually inside with Mr. Smith. George then looked in the house and saw that the east room window was broken and Mr. and Mrs. Smith were lying on the floor covered in blood.
Appleton Arkansas Most people in Arkansas would not even think of Appleton nowadays. Appleton is a small town, but it was not always like that. It was once the second largest town in the Pope County District, but it all started with the beginning of Appleton. Not a lot of people know but Appleton was once called Sulpher Springs.
Home to a large Pleistocene fossil site, Saltville, Virginia has revolutionized modern archeology. The locality is especially significant because of unique interactions that took place between animals and humans 15,000 years ago. There has been recent evidence uncovered that Paleo-humans and the mammals in the surrounding Appalachian region interacted and the humans relied on the animals for survival. The deep history preserved in the land of Saltville reveals a past ecosystem that drew megafauna to its locality. The region, rich with life, is the second oldest known Pre-Clovis site in the Americas, marking its significance in history and archeology. The site possesses signs of humans who hunted megafauna for spiritual and resourceful purposes.