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William Randolph Hearst

William Randolph Hearst

The entire Winchester Mystery House was decorated with a constant spiderweb motif--which Sarah believed had some spiritual meaning--and everything from the hooks on the walls to candle holders has been arranged around the number 13, supposedly for good luck. Yeah... for someone trying to free herself from ghosts, Winchester did everything but sacrifice a baby goat to Satan to assure her house will be haunted.

The entire Winchester Mystery House was decorated with a constant spiderweb motif--which Sarah believed had some spiritual meaning--and everything from the hooks on the walls to candle holders has been arranged around the number 13, supposedly for good luck. Yeah... for someone trying to free herself from ghosts, Winchester did everything but sacrifice a baby goat to Satan to assure her house will be haunted.

The most famous estates in British period drama history.

The Most Famous Estates in British Period Drama History

Here is a deeply interesting article that appeared on 23 December 1963 in Time Magazine with respect to the Rothschild's activities to support their global family influence. Such revealing articles essentially never occur today in the mainstream press, and one may think about why this may be the case.

Here is a deeply interesting article that appeared on 23 December 1963 in Time Magazine with respect to the Rothschild's activities to support their global family influence. Such revealing articles essentially never occur today in the mainstream press, and one may think about why this may be the case.

In the early 1890's millionaire Cornelius Vanderbilt II commissioned a block long renovation to his already large New York City mansion ...

In the early 1890's millionaire Cornelius Vanderbilt II commissioned a block long renovation to his already large New York City mansion ...

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