Join Andrea from The Grave Hunters Society as she discusses the Lizzie Borden Case with host Tom Rouse, special guests podcaster Kent Rasmussen, author Louis Powell IV, and fellow ET’s. Was Lizzie guilty or innocent? Listen in to us discuss the facts from the past as well as the paranormal of the present. Be sure to check it out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8AvqG_xmw0&t=15s
Strange Journeys Live invited Jonathan and Andrea of The Grave Hunters Society to be special guest on the show! We had a great time with host Tom and ET’s Lynn and Kristine! Check it out at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5FsDltFnZQ
During your endeavors, it’s not uncommon to come across documents with illegible penmanship. Though it can make research time consuming, it’s not impossible. It’s a great idea to keep “cheat sheets” around like these Victorian penmanship charts. It can help make your deciphering easy and fun! Below you can find the penmanship section of Parsons’ Hand Book of Business and Social Forms
Clues: This video was posted by a user on Facebook seeking an explanation for a strange shape that seems to be standing outside the backdoor, and move slowly off-screen after his girlfriend throws something out the backdoor. In the latter half of the video, I’ve zoomed in on the active area. Your browser does not support the video tag. Case: This video was very intriguing, because the movement is very deliberate and precise, and does not seem to be caused by anything immediately noticeable within the scene.
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