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L'église Saint-Joseph de Cleveland. L'une des premières églises catholiques de Cleveland.  //  structures abandonnées, toujours aussi magnifiques que dans le passé

L'église Saint-Joseph de Cleveland. L'une des premières églises catholiques de Cleveland. // structures abandonnées, toujours aussi magnifiques que dans le passé

Resurrection Mary is a well-known Chicago area ghost story. The story takes place outside Resurrection Cemetery in Justice, Illinois, a few miles southwest of Chicago. Since the 1930s, several men driving northeast along Archer Avenue between the Willowbrook Ballroom and Resurrection Cemetery have reported picking up a young female hitchhiker. This young woman is dressed somewhat formally in a white party dress and is said to have light blond hair and blue eyes.

Resurrection Mary is a well-known Chicago area ghost story. The story takes place outside Resurrection Cemetery in Justice, Illinois, a few miles southwest of Chicago. Since the 1930s, several men driving northeast along Archer Avenue between the Willowbrook Ballroom and Resurrection Cemetery have reported picking up a young female hitchhiker. This young woman is dressed somewhat formally in a white party dress and is said to have light blond hair and blue eyes.

Birth:  1812  Death:  May 25, 1885   Bathsheba Sherman was supposed to be the witch whose ghost haunted the Perron family home in the movie "The Conjuring." In the book "House of darkness, House of Light: The True Story" by Andrea Perron, Bathsheba's death certificate in 1885 contained a note by the doctor that "her body was literally turning to stone."    Spouse:   Judson Sherman (1811 - 1881) Child:   Herbert L. Sherman (1851 - 1903)

Birth: 1812 Death: May 25, 1885 Bathsheba Sherman was supposed to be the witch whose ghost haunted the Perron family home in the movie "The Conjuring." In the book "House of darkness, House of Light: The True Story" by Andrea Perron, Bathsheba's death certificate in 1885 contained a note by the doctor that "her body was literally turning to stone." Spouse: Judson Sherman (1811 - 1881) Child: Herbert L. Sherman (1851 - 1903)

Abandoned Train: Return To Nature by =TemariAtaje on deviantART -- It says it was taken near Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, PA

Abandoned Train: Return To Nature by =TemariAtaje on deviantART -- It says it was taken near Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, PA

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