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The Lady Chained To The Wall

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Firefighters responding to a house fire in Canton, Pennsylvania, in 1896 were stunned by what they found.  

Today we tell that story.

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5 thoughts on “The Lady Chained To The Wall”

  1. Podcast(s) recommendation; Historical Appalachian School-Teacher Jesse Stuart.
    (The Thread That Runs So True) is his autobiography released by Charles Scribner’s Sons in 1949. Mr. Stuart’s personal narrative of his experiences in the mountain region of Kentucky are worth a series of podcasts for the excitement and dedication he brought to the people of Kentucky as well as the teaching profession. This book was introduced to me by the Southern Literary Society Book Group that met in Ringgold, Georgia

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