Who’s Haunting Fechheimer House, No. 22 Garfield Place?
The Hauntings of No. 22 Garfield Place, Cincinnati, Ohio
A Historic Context of Clothier Marcus Fechheimer, His Primary Interests and His Mansion
Whether it’s a Fechheimer, a Seasongood or a Sach, we may never know precisely who, “Hebrew” or not, haunts the halls of No. 22 Garfield Place at Cincinnati, but we can certainly assert [...]
A Truly Frightening Interior
The barber shop at Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Where the hell have we been? Apparently, not in Louisville. We were recently art-shocked when stumbling upon what some might feel is Louisville’s most recent claim to fame–and we’re here to tell you it ain’t no bat!
Apparently we have been out to lunch as this incredible hybrid multiple-gallery, 90-room art museum/botique hotel was founded by philanthropists and art [...]
Harland David Sanders (1890 – 1980), known better as Colonel Sanders, started frying his chicken at age 40 in this quaint Corbin, Kentucky building. While made a Colonel officially in 1935, Sanders did not start franchising his fried chicken house until 1955 when he was 65 years old. After that the “chain” flourished and eventually [...]
Since its soo close to our (the real) Washington, they call the town “Little Washington” even though its actually just Washington, Pennsylvania. Well, we just wanted to briefly add a funny tale and a flame bag:
So, ya, we stopped off to see the first Crematorium in America and happened to notice this little industrial miracle [...]