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“I believe ghosts can be anywhere, I just don’t believe they’re everywhere,” says Vince Wilson, curator of the National Paranormal History Museum in Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia.
The U.S. Postal Service has announced plans to close thousands of post offices that it believes are no longer worth keeping open.
Do you want your very own plastic Braxton County Monster? You might find a used one online, but for a fresh model you have to go to the source: Braxton County, West Virginia.
Will Americans pay an attraction money so that they can take a walk? The answer is yes, but it really helps if the path is hanging in mid-air.
People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. People who keep their valuables in a coal house shouldn’t be surprised if they burn up.
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