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Adelaida - Adelaida Cemetery - A ghost wearing a long white nightgown makes her appearance in this old cemetery every Friday night, between 10PM and midnight.This Mennonite ghost lays flowers on the grave on one of her children that died in the Diphtheria epidemic.
Roker (/ ˈ r oʊ k ər /) is a tourist resort and affluent area of Sunderland, North East England, bounded on the south by the River Wear and Monkwearmouth, on the east by the North Sea, to the west by Fulwell and on the north by Seaburn.
Liverpool's streets and corners. Extracts of interest from Old Liverpool Streets and corners. Liverpool Mercury, 1892. DALE STREET. June 1790, Liverpool was at the beginning of a stirring election, when Colonel TARLETON, "in the interests of the borough" issued a strong manifesto for the benefit of such voters as desired to frustrate the corporation in certain schemes running counter to ...
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Adirondack Mountains - Big Moose lake - This was featured on unsolved mysteries and is the topic of books, and a movie called a place in the sun.In the early 1900s Grace Brown was drowned by her fiance, Chester Gilette.
1. Edinburgh and Leith. Places and People. and a few people's names. Here are colloquial names for some of the places in Edinburgh, many of them taken from emails that I have received, recording people's memories of growing up in Edinburgh.
Durham Historic Photographic Archives. The Durham Historic Photographic Archives consists of around 2000 images depicting the history of Durham since 1860 .
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[The Customs Service office responsible for a seizure was allowed to auction the opium off to local merchants and to keep the proceeds. This provided the same kind of incentive (and potential for abuse) as modern rules allowing police departments to keep vehicles used for transporting illegal narcotics.