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On January 8, 1902, a man who gave his name as “C. B. Hawkins” leased an empty house on San Francisco’s Sutter Street. He paid a month’s rent in advance. He then visited a furniture store, where he bought just enough to temporarily furnish one room. He had an odd demand: his purchases had to be delivered that very night, or the deal was off. The store owner was surprised, and not terribly pleased, by these terms, but not wanting to lose the sale, he agreed. The next day, Hawkins went to another establishment, purchasing a second-hand bed and a cheap chair. He had the furniture arranged in a small room in the back of his new home’s second story, leaving the rest of the house empty.
Everything was ready.
originally posted by: subfab
a reply to: Rainbowresidue
2.The Dorothy Forstein Case this one gave me the creeps.
so did the camping family story.
i'm going to have to leave a light on tonight.
ha ha ha
originally posted by: Answer
And here we go... the story has been debunked because the photo is fake... just like I've indicated here. It took about 45 seconds of diligence to find out it's a fake story.
originally posted by: aguywhoknowsaguy
Cracked nailed it with the number 1 on this subject today.
Zebb Quinn. I did an ats search and am kind of surprised there's nothing here cause this ones just plain weird on all fronts
Go to number 1
Don't know much about it myself but now I'm doing some reading