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Originally posted by GoneGrey
reply to post by Shadow Herder
In the context of the entire page, it does not look out of place or as if it was plunked in the middle of the want ads. The font and font size is completely consistent with all of the typesetting surrounding it.
If you didn't bother to check out the entire page before making your judgment, here it is:
Border Cities Star September 6 1919
Originally posted by DarKPenguiN
We have (in the area) haunted Houses, Haunted Graveyards, an Old Underground hideout for Al Capone made with cement trees (which look real) concealing Chimneys, Black panthers, an old Cement plant which was a hub of Satanic activity (now destroyed),Ancient stone Monuments, Indian burial grounds, and far too much to even list.
MANY books about the area delve into our lore (especially the Irish Hills) and Anton Levay even stated in a lecture at MSU that "the Irish Hills was the most haunted place he had ever seen".
We have some very horrific and odd murders (most recently an Ax murder/decapatation in a very populated apartment building where nobody heard a thing including the door being axed down- The murderer claimed he was killing a 'witch") and a Restaurant Owner who murdered his wife and (probably) fed her to patrons.
-We also invented the republican party and the Coney Dog (really...)
But no giants. =(edit on 17-3-2013 by DarKPenguiN because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by MichiganSwampBuck
I wonder if it was found near some Hopewell Indian mounds?
Sounds like another one of those red-haired giants from some of those 1800s "yellow journalism" articles.edit on 16-3-2013 by MichiganSwampBuck because: finished last sentence