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    Forests You Should Never Visit Alone (and the Terrifying Reasons Why)
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    Forests You Should Never Visit Alone (and the Terrifying Reasons Why)

    August 13, 2019


    By day, the scenery can be incredibly calm
    and beautiful… even stunning. However dusk begins early in a sea of trees,
    and as daylight begins to wane, the hapless visitor may realize, he has not allowed for
    enough time, to get out of the forest before nightfall. If only he had partnered with another hiker,
    he may not have ended up at night, in one of the forests, you should never visit alone. Robinson Woods in Illinois covers land that
    was appropriated from three different tribes of Native Americans, the Pottawatomie, Ottawa,
    and Chippewa nations. Robinson was the European name adopted by
    the last family of Indians to remain, the family of Chief Chee-chee-pin-quay, who was
    also known as Alexander. After their house was burned to the ground
    in 1955 by offenders unknown, the wood became their final resting place. In winter, in the vicinity of the indigenous
    burial ground, people report the smell of lilacs in the air. During the day a herd of deer may defy the
    nature of the animal, by running circles around visitors, for no apparent reason. At night appear orbs of light, believed to
    be the spirits of the family. Another house that was burned to the ground,
    from colonial times, gives its name to the “Old House Woods” of Virginia. This forest, near the Chesapeake Bay, is bordered
    by the Atlantic Ocean, and the nearby port town of Mathews, was visited in the 1700’s,
    by British soldiers and pirates. Here the ghosts of the British are said to
    be occasionally joined, by the spectre of a headless dog. A lesser bay on the coast, known as Whites
    Creek, is also the site where in the 19th century, a fisherman is reported to have seen
    a pirate ship of old, sailing inland on the bay. But the vessel did not rest when it came to
    the shore… instead it continued to sail, over the beach and dry land, as the spectral
    ship disappeared slowly into the forest. A forested area in the city of Wildwood, Missouri,
    adjacent to the Meramec River, is truly the haunted wood for unbelievers. Visitors often get the feeling of being watched. Its only access is the infamous Zombie Road,
    which runs parallel to the river, and the bed of the railroad, which also once followed
    the waterway. In the daytime, footsteps may be heard, coming
    from just inside the forest, flanking the road. To lay its tracks in 1863, the railroad company
    employed mainly Irish immigrants. The work was dangerous, as the men were required
    to position the iron rails over the cross ties, by brute force. More than one worker lost his life, by means
    of grisly accident, and their souls may still walk the line at night. The phantom bodies are said to glow with a
    light of bluish-white, but if they are approached, they disappear. In Northern Ireland, ancient stone circles
    buried deep in the forest of Ballyboley, gave the site its reputation, as a place of worship,
    in the religious ceremonies of the ancient Druids. Another legend claims that Ballyboley conceals
    an entrance to the Celtic Underworld. The legend says that an alarming number of
    disappearances took place within the wood, between the 15th and 17th centuries, with
    no explanation as to where the missing people ended up. In 1997, a scream was heard by two men who
    were hiking in the forest. Their search for the victim, ended only with
    the discovery of a tree, which was covered with gore. As they retreated along the trail, the men
    could not help but look back. Standing next to the tree, four human figures
    now appeared, with hoods over their heads, who evidently were watching them leave. In 2016, a rave was held in the same wooded
    area. It is said that none of the participants can
    remember a single detail, of their attendance at this event. In France during World War One, the forest
    of Verdun was the site of the longest battle in history. Throughout the year of 1916, it reduced both
    sides, German and French, by a total approaching one million human casualties. Artillery transformed the battlefield into
    a crater-filled moonscape, that remains to this day. It is still littered with so much unexploded
    ordinance, barbed wire and arsenic, that crops refuse to grow.

    Holly Dunn is the ‘Sole Survivor’ of the Railroad Killer
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    Holly Dunn is the ‘Sole Survivor’ of the Railroad Killer

    August 13, 2019


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    MATURINO RESENDIZ AN ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT FROM
    MEXICO, [email protected]
    MATURINO RESENDIZ TOOK AN ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT FROM
    MEXICO, [email protected]
    MATURINO RESENDIZ TOOK “ILLEGAL” MEXICO, [email protected]
    MATURINO RESENDIZ TOOK “ILLEGAL” MATURINO RESENDIZ TOOK “ILLEGAL” MATURINO RESENDIZ TOOK “ILLEGAL”

    TO MATURINO RESENDIZ TOOK “ILLEGAL”

    TO THE TO THE TO THE
    WORST TO THE
    WORST LEVEL… TO THE
    WORST LEVEL…
    BEFORE TO THE
    WORST LEVEL…
    BEFORE ARRIVING, TO THE
    WORST LEVEL…
    BEFORE ARRIVING, RESENDIZ TO THE
    WORST LEVEL…
    BEFORE ARRIVING, RESENDIZ HAD WORST LEVEL…
    BEFORE ARRIVING, RESENDIZ HAD WORST LEVEL…
    BEFORE ARRIVING, RESENDIZ HAD
    [email protected] BEFORE ARRIVING, RESENDIZ HAD
    [email protected] BEFORE ARRIVING, RESENDIZ HAD
    [email protected]
    MURDERED BEFORE ARRIVING, RESENDIZ HAD
    [email protected]
    MURDERED AT BEFORE ARRIVING, RESENDIZ HAD
    [email protected]
    MURDERED AT LEAST BEFORE ARRIVING, RESENDIZ HAD
    [email protected]
    MURDERED AT LEAST FIVE BEFORE ARRIVING, RESENDIZ HAD
    [email protected]
    MURDERED AT LEAST FIVE PEOPLE BEFORE ARRIVING, RESENDIZ HAD
    [email protected]
    MURDERED AT LEAST FIVE PEOPLE IN [email protected]
    MURDERED AT LEAST FIVE PEOPLE IN MURDERED AT LEAST FIVE PEOPLE IN MURDERED AT LEAST FIVE PEOPLE IN

    TEXAS TEXAS TEXAS
    AND TEXAS
    AND FLORIDA… TEXAS
    AND FLORIDA…
    DUBBED TEXAS
    AND FLORIDA…
    DUBBED THE TEXAS
    AND FLORIDA…
    DUBBED THE “RAILROAD TEXAS
    AND FLORIDA…
    DUBBED THE “RAILROAD KILLER”… AND FLORIDA…
    DUBBED THE “RAILROAD KILLER”… DUBBED THE “RAILROAD KILLER”… DUBBED THE “RAILROAD KILLER”…

    …RESENDIZ’S DUBBED THE “RAILROAD KILLER”…

    …RESENDIZ’S VICTIMS, DUBBED THE “RAILROAD KILLER”…

    …RESENDIZ’S VICTIMS, BOTH DUBBED THE “RAILROAD KILLER”…

    …RESENDIZ’S VICTIMS, BOTH MEN …RESENDIZ’S VICTIMS, BOTH MEN …RESENDIZ’S VICTIMS, BOTH MEN

    AND …RESENDIZ’S VICTIMS, BOTH MEN

    AND WOMEN, AND WOMEN, AND WOMEN,
    WERE AND WOMEN,
    WERE FOUND AND WOMEN,
    WERE FOUND ALONG AND WOMEN,
    WERE FOUND ALONG OR AND WOMEN,
    WERE FOUND ALONG OR NEAR AND WOMEN,
    WERE FOUND ALONG OR NEAR TRAIN AND WOMEN,
    WERE FOUND ALONG OR NEAR TRAIN
    TRACKS… WERE FOUND ALONG OR NEAR TRAIN
    TRACKS… WERE FOUND ALONG OR NEAR TRAIN
    TRACKS…
    HE WERE FOUND ALONG OR NEAR TRAIN
    TRACKS…
    HE OFTEN WERE FOUND ALONG OR NEAR TRAIN
    TRACKS…
    HE OFTEN BEAT WERE FOUND ALONG OR NEAR TRAIN
    TRACKS…
    HE OFTEN BEAT HIS WERE FOUND ALONG OR NEAR TRAIN
    TRACKS…
    HE OFTEN BEAT HIS VICTIMS WERE FOUND ALONG OR NEAR TRAIN
    TRACKS…
    HE OFTEN BEAT HIS VICTIMS TO TRACKS…
    HE OFTEN BEAT HIS VICTIMS TO TRACKS…
    HE OFTEN BEAT HIS VICTIMS TO
    DEATH, HE OFTEN BEAT HIS VICTIMS TO
    DEATH, HE OFTEN BEAT HIS VICTIMS TO
    DEATH,
    SEVERAL HE OFTEN BEAT HIS VICTIMS TO
    DEATH,
    SEVERAL TIMES HE OFTEN BEAT HIS VICTIMS TO
    DEATH,
    SEVERAL TIMES RAPING HE OFTEN BEAT HIS VICTIMS TO
    DEATH,
    SEVERAL TIMES RAPING [email protected] DEATH,
    SEVERAL TIMES RAPING [email protected] DEATH,
    SEVERAL TIMES RAPING [email protected]
    WOMEN… SEVERAL TIMES RAPING [email protected]
    WOMEN… WOMEN… IT IT WAS IT WAS A IT WAS A THURSDAY IT WAS A THURSDAY NIGHT. IT WAS A THURSDAY NIGHT.
    AUGUST IT WAS A THURSDAY NIGHT.
    AUGUST 28TH, IT WAS A THURSDAY NIGHT.
    AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS IT WAS A THURSDAY NIGHT.
    AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS PICKED IT WAS A THURSDAY NIGHT.
    AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS PICKED UP IT WAS A THURSDAY NIGHT.
    AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS PICKED UP
    HOLLY IT WAS A THURSDAY NIGHT.
    AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS PICKED UP
    HOLLY TO IT WAS A THURSDAY NIGHT.
    AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS PICKED UP
    HOLLY TO GO AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS PICKED UP
    HOLLY TO GO AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS PICKED UP
    HOLLY TO GO
    TO AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS PICKED UP
    HOLLY TO GO
    TO A AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS PICKED UP
    HOLLY TO GO
    TO A PARTY AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS PICKED UP
    HOLLY TO GO
    TO A PARTY NEAR AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS PICKED UP
    HOLLY TO GO
    TO A PARTY NEAR CAMPUS, AUGUST 28TH, CHRIS PICKED UP
    HOLLY TO GO
    TO A PARTY NEAR CAMPUS, [email protected] HOLLY TO GO
    TO A PARTY NEAR CAMPUS, [email protected] HOLLY TO GO
    TO A PARTY NEAR CAMPUS, [email protected]
    [email protected] TO A PARTY NEAR CAMPUS, [email protected]
    [email protected] TO A PARTY NEAR CAMPUS, [email protected]
    [email protected]
    COURT…[email protected] [email protected]
    COURT…[email protected] [email protected]
    COURT…[email protected]
    I [email protected]
    COURT…[email protected]
    I ONLY [email protected]
    COURT…[email protected]
    I ONLY KNEW [email protected]
    COURT…[email protected]
    I ONLY KNEW MAYBE [email protected]
    COURT…[email protected]
    I ONLY KNEW MAYBE A [email protected]
    COURT…[email protected]
    I ONLY KNEW MAYBE A COUPLE [email protected]
    COURT…[email protected]
    I ONLY KNEW MAYBE A COUPLE OF COURT…[email protected]
    I ONLY KNEW MAYBE A COUPLE OF I ONLY KNEW MAYBE A COUPLE OF [email protected] [email protected] AT [email protected] AT THIS [email protected] AT THIS PARTY. [email protected] AT THIS PARTY.
    SENSING [email protected] AT THIS PARTY.
    SENSING [email protected] [email protected] AT THIS PARTY.
    SENSING [email protected] WASN’T [email protected] AT THIS PARTY.
    SENSING [email protected] WASN’T HAVING [email protected] AT THIS PARTY.
    SENSING [email protected] WASN’T HAVING F, SENSING [email protected] WASN’T HAVING F, SENSING [email protected] WASN’T HAVING F,

    CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS
    ASKED CHRIS
    ASKED HER CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO TAKE CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO TAKE A CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO TAKE A [email protected]… CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO TAKE A [email protected]
    THE CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO TAKE A [email protected]
    THE IDEA CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO TAKE A [email protected]
    THE IDEA TO CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO TAKE A [email protected]
    THE IDEA TO GO CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO TAKE A [email protected]
    THE IDEA TO GO BY CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO TAKE A [email protected]
    THE IDEA TO GO BY THE CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO TAKE A [email protected]
    THE IDEA TO GO BY THE TRACKS CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO TAKE A [email protected]
    THE IDEA TO GO BY THE TRACKS WAS CHRIS
    ASKED HER TO TAKE A [email protected]
    THE IDEA TO GO BY THE TRACKS [email protected] ASKED HER TO TAKE A [email protected]
    THE IDEA TO GO BY THE TRACKS [email protected] THE IDEA TO GO BY THE TRACKS [email protected] THE IDEA TO GO BY THE TRACKS [email protected]

    HIS THE IDEA TO GO BY THE TRACKS [email protected]

    HIS IDEA. HIS IDEA. HIS IDEA.
    IT HIS IDEA.
    IT WAS HIS IDEA.
    IT WAS DARK HIS IDEA.
    IT WAS DARK WITH HIS IDEA.
    IT WAS DARK WITH [email protected] HIS IDEA.
    IT WAS DARK WITH [email protected]
    HARDLY IT WAS DARK WITH [email protected]
    HARDLY IT WAS DARK WITH [email protected]
    HARDLY
    ANY IT WAS DARK WITH [email protected]
    HARDLY
    ANY LIGHT IT WAS DARK WITH [email protected]
    HARDLY
    ANY LIGHT COMING IT WAS DARK WITH [email protected]
    HARDLY
    ANY LIGHT COMING FROM IT WAS DARK WITH [email protected]
    HARDLY
    ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE IT WAS DARK WITH [email protected]
    HARDLY
    ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected] HARDLY
    ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected] HARDLY
    ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected]
    LIGHTBULB HARDLY
    ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected]
    LIGHTBULB PLANT HARDLY
    ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected]
    LIGHTBULB PLANT TO HARDLY
    ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected]
    LIGHTBULB PLANT TO THE HARDLY
    ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected]
    LIGHTBULB PLANT TO THE LEFT… ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected]
    LIGHTBULB PLANT TO THE LEFT… ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected]
    LIGHTBULB PLANT TO THE LEFT…
    THEY ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected]
    LIGHTBULB PLANT TO THE LEFT…
    THEY THOUGHT ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected]
    LIGHTBULB PLANT TO THE LEFT…
    THEY THOUGHT THEY ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected]
    LIGHTBULB PLANT TO THE LEFT…
    THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ANY LIGHT COMING FROM THE [email protected]
    LIGHTBULB PLANT TO THE LEFT…
    THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ALONE…@ LIGHTBULB PLANT TO THE LEFT…
    THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ALONE…@ THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ALONE…@ THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ALONE…@

    WE THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ALONE…@

    WE GOT THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ALONE…@

    WE GOT UP THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ALONE…@

    WE GOT UP TO THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ALONE…@

    WE GOT UP TO HEAD THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ALONE…@

    WE GOT UP TO HEAD BACK THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ALONE…@

    WE GOT UP TO HEAD BACK TO THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE ALONE…@

    WE GOT UP TO HEAD BACK TO [email protected] WE GOT UP TO HEAD BACK TO [email protected] WE GOT UP TO HEAD BACK TO [email protected]
    PARTY. WE GOT UP TO HEAD BACK TO [email protected]
    PARTY.
    …BUT WE GOT UP TO HEAD BACK TO [email protected]
    PARTY.
    …BUT LURKING WE GOT UP TO HEAD BACK TO [email protected]
    PARTY.
    …BUT LURKING IN WE GOT UP TO HEAD BACK TO [email protected]
    PARTY.
    …BUT LURKING IN THE WE GOT UP TO HEAD BACK TO [email protected]
    PARTY.
    …BUT LURKING IN THE SHADOWS PARTY.
    …BUT LURKING IN THE SHADOWS PARTY.
    …BUT LURKING IN THE SHADOWS
    WAS PARTY.
    …BUT LURKING IN THE SHADOWS
    WAS A …BUT LURKING IN THE SHADOWS
    WAS A …BUT LURKING IN THE SHADOWS
    WAS A
    SERIAL …BUT LURKING IN THE SHADOWS
    WAS A
    SERIAL KILLER, …BUT LURKING IN THE SHADOWS
    WAS A
    SERIAL KILLER, AND …BUT LURKING IN THE SHADOWS
    WAS A
    SERIAL KILLER, AND [email protected] WAS A
    SERIAL KILLER, AND [email protected] WAS A
    SERIAL KILLER, AND [email protected]
    APPROACHED… SERIAL KILLER, AND [email protected]
    APPROACHED… APPROACHED… [email protected] [email protected]
    IT [email protected]
    IT REALLY [email protected]
    IT REALLY FELT [email protected]
    IT REALLY FELT LIKE [email protected]
    IT REALLY FELT LIKE HE [email protected]
    IT REALLY FELT LIKE HE [email protected] [email protected]
    IT REALLY FELT LIKE HE [email protected]
    ASKING [email protected]
    IT REALLY FELT LIKE HE [email protected]
    ASKING IF [email protected]
    IT REALLY FELT LIKE HE [email protected]
    ASKING IF WE [email protected]
    IT REALLY FELT LIKE HE [email protected]
    ASKING IF WE HAD [email protected]
    IT REALLY FELT LIKE HE [email protected]
    ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, [email protected]
    IT REALLY FELT LIKE HE [email protected]
    ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, HE [email protected]
    IT REALLY FELT LIKE HE [email protected]
    ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, HE JUST IT REALLY FELT LIKE HE [email protected]
    ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, HE JUST IT REALLY FELT LIKE HE [email protected]
    ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, HE JUST
    [email protected] ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, HE JUST
    [email protected] ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, HE JUST
    [email protected]
    WANTED ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, HE JUST
    [email protected]
    WANTED TO ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, HE JUST
    [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, HE JUST
    [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE A ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, HE JUST
    [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, HE JUST
    [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT ASKING IF WE HAD MONEY, HE JUST
    [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET ON [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET ON THE [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE OF [email protected]
    WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE OF THE WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE OF THE WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE OF THE
    STREET WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE OF THE
    STREET THAT WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE OF THE
    STREET THAT HE WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE OF THE
    STREET THAT HE WAS WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE OF THE
    STREET THAT HE WAS ASKING WANTED TO BE A BEGGAR THAT YOU
    WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE OF THE
    STREET THAT HE WAS ASKING FOR WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE OF THE
    STREET THAT HE WAS ASKING FOR WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE OF THE
    STREET THAT HE WAS ASKING FOR
    [email protected] WOULD MEET ON THE SIDE OF THE
    STREET THAT HE WAS ASKING FOR
    [email protected] MONEY. STREET THAT HE WAS ASKING FOR
    [email protected] MONEY. STREET THAT HE WAS ASKING FOR
    [email protected] MONEY.
    RESENDIZ STREET THAT HE WAS ASKING FOR
    [email protected] MONEY.
    RESENDIZ WAS STREET THAT HE WAS ASKING FOR
    [email protected] MONEY.
    RESENDIZ WAS A STREET THAT HE WAS ASKING FOR
    [email protected] MONEY.
    RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL STREET THAT HE WAS ASKING FOR
    [email protected] MONEY.
    RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY… [email protected] MONEY.
    RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY… [email protected] MONEY.
    RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY…
    HE [email protected] MONEY.
    RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY…
    HE WAS [email protected] MONEY.
    RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY…
    HE WAS 5, [email protected] MONEY.
    RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY…
    HE WAS 5, 6 [email protected] MONEY.
    RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY…
    HE WAS 5, 6 I [email protected] MONEY.
    RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY…
    HE WAS 5, 6 I THINK. RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY…
    HE WAS 5, 6 I THINK. RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY…
    HE WAS 5, 6 I THINK.
    …A RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY…
    HE WAS 5, 6 I THINK.
    …A FOOT RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY…
    HE WAS 5, 6 I THINK.
    …A FOOT SMALLER RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY…
    HE WAS 5, 6 I THINK.
    …A FOOT SMALLER THAN RESENDIZ WAS A SMALL GUY…
    HE WAS 5, 6 I THINK.
    …A FOOT SMALLER THAN CHRIS… HE WAS 5, 6 I THINK.
    …A FOOT SMALLER THAN CHRIS… …A FOOT SMALLER THAN CHRIS… …A FOOT SMALLER THAN CHRIS…

    BUT …A FOOT SMALLER THAN CHRIS…

    BUT HE …A FOOT SMALLER THAN CHRIS…

    BUT HE HAD …A FOOT SMALLER THAN CHRIS…

    BUT HE HAD A …A FOOT SMALLER THAN CHRIS…

    BUT HE HAD A WEAPON …A FOOT SMALLER THAN CHRIS…

    BUT HE HAD A WEAPON HOLLY …A FOOT SMALLER THAN CHRIS…

    BUT HE HAD A WEAPON HOLLY SAYS BUT HE HAD A WEAPON HOLLY SAYS BUT HE HAD A WEAPON HOLLY SAYS
    SHE BUT HE HAD A WEAPON HOLLY SAYS
    SHE DIDN’T BUT HE HAD A WEAPON HOLLY SAYS
    SHE DIDN’T
    SEE…[email protected] SHE DIDN’T
    SEE…[email protected] SHE DIDN’T
    SEE…[email protected]
    CHRIS SHE DIDN’T
    SEE…[email protected]
    CHRIS SAW SHE DIDN’T
    SEE…[email protected]
    CHRIS SAW IT… SEE…[email protected]
    CHRIS SAW IT… SEE…[email protected]
    CHRIS SAW IT…
    I SEE…[email protected]
    CHRIS SAW IT…
    I WAS SEE…[email protected]
    CHRIS SAW IT…
    I WAS KIND SEE…[email protected]
    CHRIS SAW IT…
    I WAS KIND OF SEE…[email protected]
    CHRIS SAW IT…
    I WAS KIND OF IN SEE…[email protected]
    CHRIS SAW IT…
    I WAS KIND OF IN MY SEE…[email protected]
    CHRIS SAW IT…
    I WAS KIND OF IN MY [email protected] CHRIS SAW IT…
    I WAS KIND OF IN MY [email protected] CHRIS SAW IT…
    I WAS KIND OF IN MY [email protected]
    THINKING, CHRIS SAW IT…
    I WAS KIND OF IN MY [email protected]
    THINKING, LIKE CHRIS SAW IT…
    I WAS KIND OF IN MY [email protected]
    THINKING, LIKE WHY CHRIS SAW IT…
    I WAS KIND OF IN MY [email protected]
    THINKING, LIKE WHY IS CHRIS SAW IT…
    I WAS KIND OF IN MY [email protected]
    THINKING, LIKE WHY IS CHRIS I WAS KIND OF IN MY [email protected]
    THINKING, LIKE WHY IS CHRIS THINKING, LIKE WHY IS CHRIS THINKING, LIKE WHY IS CHRIS

    [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

    DOING [email protected]

    DOING WHAT [email protected]

    DOING WHAT HE’S [email protected]

    DOING WHAT HE’S ASKING [email protected]

    DOING WHAT HE’S ASKING HIM [email protected]

    DOING WHAT HE’S ASKING HIM TO DOING WHAT HE’S ASKING HIM TO DOING WHAT HE’S ASKING HIM TO
    DO? DOING WHAT HE’S ASKING HIM TO
    DO? BECAUSE DOING WHAT HE’S ASKING HIM TO
    DO? BECAUSE HE DOING WHAT HE’S ASKING HIM TO
    DO? BECAUSE HE ASKED DOING WHAT HE’S ASKING HIM TO
    DO? BECAUSE HE ASKED HIM DOING WHAT HE’S ASKING HIM TO
    DO? BECAUSE HE ASKED HIM TO DOING WHAT HE’S ASKING HIM TO
    DO? BECAUSE HE ASKED HIM TO GET DO? BECAUSE HE ASKED HIM TO GET DO? BECAUSE HE ASKED HIM TO GET

    DOWN DO? BECAUSE HE ASKED HIM TO GET

    DOWN TO DO? BECAUSE HE ASKED HIM TO GET

    DOWN TO GO DO? BECAUSE HE ASKED HIM TO GET

    DOWN TO GO THROUGH DO? BECAUSE HE ASKED HIM TO GET

    DOWN TO GO THROUGH CHRIS’ DOWN TO GO THROUGH CHRIS’ DOWN TO GO THROUGH CHRIS’
    BACKPACK. DOWN TO GO THROUGH CHRIS’
    BACKPACK.
    COOPERATIVE DOWN TO GO THROUGH CHRIS’
    BACKPACK.
    COOPERATIVE BECAME DOWN TO GO THROUGH CHRIS’
    BACKPACK.
    COOPERATIVE BECAME SUBMISSIVE DOWN TO GO THROUGH CHRIS’
    BACKPACK.
    COOPERATIVE BECAME SUBMISSIVE AS BACKPACK.
    COOPERATIVE BECAME SUBMISSIVE AS COOPERATIVE BECAME SUBMISSIVE AS COOPERATIVE BECAME SUBMISSIVE AS

    RESENDIZ COOPERATIVE BECAME SUBMISSIVE AS

    RESENDIZ TIED COOPERATIVE BECAME SUBMISSIVE AS

    RESENDIZ TIED CHRIS’ COOPERATIVE BECAME SUBMISSIVE AS

    RESENDIZ TIED CHRIS’ HANDS RESENDIZ TIED CHRIS’ HANDS RESENDIZ TIED CHRIS’ HANDS
    BEHIND RESENDIZ TIED CHRIS’ HANDS
    BEHIND HIS RESENDIZ TIED CHRIS’ HANDS
    BEHIND HIS BACK RESENDIZ TIED CHRIS’ HANDS
    BEHIND HIS BACK WITH RESENDIZ TIED CHRIS’ HANDS
    BEHIND HIS BACK WITH [email protected] RESENDIZ TIED CHRIS’ HANDS
    BEHIND HIS BACK WITH [email protected]
    BACKPACK RESENDIZ TIED CHRIS’ HANDS
    BEHIND HIS BACK WITH [email protected]
    BACKPACK STRAPS, RESENDIZ TIED CHRIS’ HANDS
    BEHIND HIS BACK WITH [email protected]
    BACKPACK STRAPS, AND BEHIND HIS BACK WITH [email protected]
    BACKPACK STRAPS, AND BEHIND HIS BACK WITH [email protected]
    BACKPACK STRAPS, AND
    HIS BEHIND HIS BACK WITH [email protected]
    BACKPACK STRAPS, AND
    HIS FEET BEHIND HIS BACK WITH [email protected]
    BACKPACK STRAPS, AND
    HIS FEET WITH BEHIND HIS BACK WITH [email protected]
    BACKPACK STRAPS, AND
    HIS FEET WITH OTHER BEHIND HIS BACK WITH [email protected]
    BACKPACK STRAPS, AND
    HIS FEET WITH OTHER STRAPS… BACKPACK STRAPS, AND
    HIS FEET WITH OTHER STRAPS… BACKPACK STRAPS, AND
    HIS FEET WITH OTHER STRAPS…
    RESENDIZ BACKPACK STRAPS, AND
    HIS FEET WITH OTHER STRAPS…
    RESENDIZ USED BACKPACK STRAPS, AND
    HIS FEET WITH OTHER STRAPS…
    RESENDIZ USED HOLLY’S BACKPACK STRAPS, AND
    HIS FEET WITH OTHER STRAPS…
    RESENDIZ USED HOLLY’S BELT BACKPACK STRAPS, AND
    HIS FEET WITH OTHER STRAPS…
    RESENDIZ USED HOLLY’S BELT TO HIS FEET WITH OTHER STRAPS…
    RESENDIZ USED HOLLY’S BELT TO RESENDIZ USED HOLLY’S BELT TO RESENDIZ USED HOLLY’S BELT TO

    [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

    BIND [email protected]

    BIND HER… BIND HER… BIND HER…
    I BIND HER…
    I GOT BIND HER…
    I GOT MY BIND HER…
    I GOT MY HANDS BIND HER…
    I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, BIND HER…
    I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I BIND HER…
    I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD BIND HER…
    I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO BIND HER…
    I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BIND HER…
    I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BELT BIND HER…
    I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BELT BEHIND BIND HER…
    I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BELT BEHIND MY BIND HER…
    I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BELT BEHIND MY BACK I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BELT BEHIND MY BACK I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BELT BEHIND MY BACK
    SO I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BELT BEHIND MY BACK
    SO IT I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BELT BEHIND MY BACK
    SO IT LOOKED I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BELT BEHIND MY BACK
    SO IT LOOKED LIKE I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BELT BEHIND MY BACK
    SO IT LOOKED LIKE I I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BELT BEHIND MY BACK
    SO IT LOOKED LIKE I WAS I GOT MY HANDS UNTIED, I HELD
    ONTO MY BELT BEHIND MY BACK
    SO IT LOOKED LIKE I WAS STILL ONTO MY BELT BEHIND MY BACK
    SO IT LOOKED LIKE I WAS STILL ONTO MY BELT BEHIND MY BACK
    SO IT LOOKED LIKE I WAS STILL
    TIED SO IT LOOKED LIKE I WAS STILL
    TIED SO IT LOOKED LIKE I WAS STILL
    TIED
    UP… TIED
    UP… TIED
    UP…
    …AND TIED
    UP…
    …AND I TIED
    UP…
    …AND I WAS TIED
    UP…
    …AND I WAS TRYING TIED
    UP…
    …AND I WAS TRYING TO TIED
    UP…
    …AND I WAS TRYING TO GET UP…
    …AND I WAS TRYING TO GET UP…
    …AND I WAS TRYING TO GET
    CHRIS’ UP…
    …AND I WAS TRYING TO GET
    CHRIS’ HANDS UP…
    …AND I WAS TRYING TO GET
    CHRIS’ HANDS UNTIED, UP…
    …AND I WAS TRYING TO GET
    CHRIS’ HANDS UNTIED, I UP…
    …AND I WAS TRYING TO GET
    CHRIS’ HANDS UNTIED, I COULD UP…
    …AND I WAS TRYING TO GET
    CHRIS’ HANDS UNTIED, I COULD NOT …AND I WAS TRYING TO GET
    CHRIS’ HANDS UNTIED, I COULD NOT CHRIS’ HANDS UNTIED, I COULD NOT CHRIS’ HANDS UNTIED, I COULD NOT

    GET CHRIS’ HANDS UNTIED, I COULD NOT

    GET HIS CHRIS’ HANDS UNTIED, I COULD NOT

    GET HIS HANDS CHRIS’ HANDS UNTIED, I COULD NOT

    GET HIS HANDS UNTIED, CHRIS’ HANDS UNTIED, I COULD NOT

    GET HIS HANDS UNTIED, I CHRIS’ HANDS UNTIED, I COULD NOT

    GET HIS HANDS UNTIED, I COULDN’T GET HIS HANDS UNTIED, I COULDN’T GET HIS HANDS UNTIED, I COULDN’T

    GET GET HIS HANDS UNTIED, I COULDN’T

    GET MY GET HIS HANDS UNTIED, I COULDN’T

    GET MY FEET GET HIS HANDS UNTIED, I COULDN’T

    GET MY FEET UNTIED. GET MY FEET UNTIED. GET MY FEET UNTIED.
    THEY GET MY FEET UNTIED.
    THEY COULDN’T GET MY FEET UNTIED.
    THEY COULDN’T RUN, GET MY FEET UNTIED.
    THEY COULDN’T RUN, AND GET MY FEET UNTIED.
    THEY COULDN’T RUN, AND EVEN GET MY FEET UNTIED.
    THEY COULDN’T RUN, AND EVEN IF GET MY FEET UNTIED.
    THEY COULDN’T RUN, AND EVEN IF
    SHE GET MY FEET UNTIED.
    THEY COULDN’T RUN, AND EVEN IF
    SHE COULD, GET MY FEET UNTIED.
    THEY COULDN’T RUN, AND EVEN IF
    SHE COULD, HOLLY GET MY FEET UNTIED.
    THEY COULDN’T RUN, AND EVEN IF
    SHE COULD, HOLLY WASN’T GET MY FEET UNTIED.
    THEY COULDN’T RUN, AND EVEN IF
    SHE COULD, HOLLY WASN’T [email protected] THEY COULDN’T RUN, AND EVEN IF
    SHE COULD, HOLLY WASN’T [email protected] SHE COULD, HOLLY WASN’T [email protected] SHE COULD, HOLLY WASN’T [email protected]

    CHRIS’ SHE COULD, HOLLY WASN’T [email protected]

    CHRIS’ SIDE…[email protected] CHRIS’ SIDE…[email protected] CHRIS’ SIDE…[email protected]
    THE CHRIS’ SIDE…[email protected]
    THE DITCH CHRIS’ SIDE…[email protected]
    THE DITCH NEXT CHRIS’ SIDE…[email protected]
    THE DITCH NEXT TO CHRIS’ SIDE…[email protected]
    THE DITCH NEXT TO THE CHRIS’ SIDE…[email protected]
    THE DITCH NEXT TO THE TRACKS,[email protected] CHRIS’ SIDE…[email protected]
    THE DITCH NEXT TO THE TRACKS,[email protected]
    FACE CHRIS’ SIDE…[email protected]
    THE DITCH NEXT TO THE TRACKS,[email protected]
    FACE DOWN CHRIS’ SIDE…[email protected]
    THE DITCH NEXT TO THE TRACKS,[email protected]
    FACE DOWN [email protected] THE DITCH NEXT TO THE TRACKS,[email protected]
    FACE DOWN [email protected] THE DITCH NEXT TO THE TRACKS,[email protected]
    FACE DOWN [email protected]
    THE THE DITCH NEXT TO THE TRACKS,[email protected]
    FACE DOWN [email protected]
    THE WEEDS… FACE DOWN [email protected]
    THE WEEDS… FACE DOWN [email protected]
    THE WEEDS…
    THE FACE DOWN [email protected]
    THE WEEDS…
    THE LAST FACE DOWN [email protected]
    THE WEEDS…
    THE LAST THING FACE DOWN [email protected]
    THE WEEDS…
    THE LAST THING HE FACE DOWN [email protected]
    THE WEEDS…
    THE LAST THING HE SAID FACE DOWN [email protected]
    THE WEEDS…
    THE LAST THING HE SAID TO FACE DOWN [email protected]
    THE WEEDS…
    THE LAST THING HE SAID TO ME FACE DOWN [email protected]
    THE WEEDS…
    THE LAST THING HE SAID TO ME WAS THE WEEDS…
    THE LAST THING HE SAID TO ME WAS THE LAST THING HE SAID TO ME WAS THE LAST THING HE SAID TO ME WAS

    THAT THE LAST THING HE SAID TO ME WAS

    THAT EVERYTHING THE LAST THING HE SAID TO ME WAS

    THAT EVERYTHING WAS THE LAST THING HE SAID TO ME WAS

    THAT EVERYTHING WAS GOING THE LAST THING HE SAID TO ME WAS

    THAT EVERYTHING WAS GOING TO THE LAST THING HE SAID TO ME WAS

    THAT EVERYTHING WAS GOING TO BE THAT EVERYTHING WAS GOING TO BE THAT EVERYTHING WAS GOING TO BE

    O.K. O.K. O.K.
    A O.K.
    A BRIEF O.K.
    A BRIEF SENSE O.K.
    A BRIEF SENSE OF O.K.
    A BRIEF SENSE OF CALM, O.K.
    A BRIEF SENSE OF CALM, BUT O.K.
    A BRIEF SENSE OF CALM, BUT WORDS A BRIEF SENSE OF CALM, BUT WORDS A BRIEF SENSE OF CALM, BUT WORDS

    FURTHEST A BRIEF SENSE OF CALM, BUT WORDS

    FURTHEST FROM A BRIEF SENSE OF CALM, BUT WORDS

    FURTHEST FROM THE A BRIEF SENSE OF CALM, BUT WORDS

    FURTHEST FROM THE TRUTH… A BRIEF SENSE OF CALM, BUT WORDS

    FURTHEST FROM THE TRUTH… SOON FURTHEST FROM THE TRUTH… SOON FURTHEST FROM THE TRUTH… SOON

    RESENDIZ FURTHEST FROM THE TRUTH… SOON

    RESENDIZ REVEALED FURTHEST FROM THE TRUTH… SOON

    RESENDIZ REVEALED WHO FURTHEST FROM THE TRUTH… SOON

    RESENDIZ REVEALED WHO HE FURTHEST FROM THE TRUTH… SOON

    RESENDIZ REVEALED WHO HE WAS…A RESENDIZ REVEALED WHO HE WAS…A RESENDIZ REVEALED WHO HE WAS…A

    MONSTER… MONSTER… MONSTER…
    MY MONSTER…
    MY MIND MONSTER…
    MY MIND DOESN’T MONSTER…
    MY MIND DOESN’T REALLY MONSTER…
    MY MIND DOESN’T REALLY LET MONSTER…
    MY MIND DOESN’T REALLY LET [email protected]@ MONSTER…
    MY MIND DOESN’T REALLY LET [email protected]@
    REMEMBER MONSTER…
    MY MIND DOESN’T REALLY LET [email protected]@
    REMEMBER THAT MONSTER…
    MY MIND DOESN’T REALLY LET [email protected]@
    REMEMBER THAT VERY MONSTER…
    MY MIND DOESN’T REALLY LET [email protected]@
    REMEMBER THAT VERY WELL. MY MIND DOESN’T REALLY LET [email protected]@
    REMEMBER THAT VERY WELL. REMEMBER THAT VERY WELL. HOLLY HOLLY COULD HOLLY COULD REMEMBER HOLLY COULD REMEMBER THAT HOLLY COULD REMEMBER THAT
    RESENDIZ HOLLY COULD REMEMBER THAT
    RESENDIZ PICKED HOLLY COULD REMEMBER THAT
    RESENDIZ PICKED UP HOLLY COULD REMEMBER THAT
    RESENDIZ PICKED UP A HOLLY COULD REMEMBER THAT
    RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, HOLLY COULD REMEMBER THAT
    RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, [email protected] HOLLY COULD REMEMBER THAT
    RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, [email protected]
    HEAVY HOLLY COULD REMEMBER THAT
    RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, [email protected]
    HEAVY ONE… RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, [email protected]
    HEAVY ONE… RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, [email protected]
    HEAVY ONE…
    I RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, [email protected]
    HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, [email protected]
    HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN IT RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, [email protected]
    HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN IT WAS RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, [email protected]
    HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN IT WAS A RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, [email protected]
    HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN IT WAS A 52 RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, [email protected]
    HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND RESENDIZ PICKED UP A ROCK, [email protected]
    HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK. HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK. HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK.
    …AND HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK.
    …AND MOVED HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK.
    …AND MOVED OVER HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK.
    …AND MOVED OVER TO HEAVY ONE…
    I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK.
    …AND MOVED OVER TO CHRIS… I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK.
    …AND MOVED OVER TO CHRIS… I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK.
    …AND MOVED OVER TO CHRIS…
    HE I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK.
    …AND MOVED OVER TO CHRIS…
    HE BASICALLY I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK.
    …AND MOVED OVER TO CHRIS…
    HE BASICALLY JUST I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK.
    …AND MOVED OVER TO CHRIS…
    HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED I MEAN IT WAS A 52 POUND ROCK.
    …AND MOVED OVER TO CHRIS…
    HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE …AND MOVED OVER TO CHRIS…
    HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE …AND MOVED OVER TO CHRIS…
    HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE
    ROCK …AND MOVED OVER TO CHRIS…
    HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE
    ROCK ON …AND MOVED OVER TO CHRIS…
    HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE
    ROCK ON HIS …AND MOVED OVER TO CHRIS…
    HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE
    ROCK ON HIS HEAD. HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE
    ROCK ON HIS HEAD. HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE
    ROCK ON HIS HEAD.
    LAYING HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE
    ROCK ON HIS HEAD.
    LAYING THERE, HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE
    ROCK ON HIS HEAD.
    LAYING THERE, SHE HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE
    ROCK ON HIS HEAD.
    LAYING THERE, SHE HAD HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE
    ROCK ON HIS HEAD.
    LAYING THERE, SHE HAD TO HE BASICALLY JUST DROPPED THE
    ROCK ON HIS HEAD.
    LAYING THERE, SHE HAD TO WITNESS ROCK ON HIS HEAD.
    LAYING THERE, SHE HAD TO WITNESS ROCK ON HIS HEAD.
    LAYING THERE, SHE HAD TO WITNESS
    [email protected] LAYING THERE, SHE HAD TO WITNESS
    [email protected] LAYING THERE, SHE HAD TO WITNESS
    [email protected]
    THE [email protected]
    THE [email protected]
    THE
    HORROR [email protected]
    THE
    HORROR OF [email protected]
    THE
    HORROR OF HER [email protected]
    THE
    HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    THE
    HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected] THE
    HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected] THE
    HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    RIGHT THE
    HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    RIGHT NEXT THE
    HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    RIGHT NEXT TO THE
    HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    RIGHT NEXT TO HER… HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    RIGHT NEXT TO HER… HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER TO HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER TO HIM HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND HORROR OF HER BOYFRIEND [email protected]
    RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected] RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected] RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK TO RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK TO ME RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK TO ME AND RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK TO ME AND SAID RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S RIGHT NEXT TO HER…
    HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE, HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE, HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE,
    DON’T HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE,
    DON’T WORRY HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE,
    DON’T WORRY ABOUT HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE,
    DON’T WORRY ABOUT HIM HE WENT OVER TO HIM AND [email protected]
    BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE,
    DON’T WORRY ABOUT HIM [email protected] BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE,
    DON’T WORRY ABOUT HIM [email protected] BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE,
    DON’T WORRY ABOUT HIM [email protected]
    HOLLY BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE,
    DON’T WORRY ABOUT HIM [email protected]
    HOLLY WAS BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE,
    DON’T WORRY ABOUT HIM [email protected]
    HOLLY WAS READY BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE,
    DON’T WORRY ABOUT HIM [email protected]
    HOLLY WAS READY TO BACK TO ME AND SAID HE’S GONE,
    DON’T WORRY ABOUT HIM [email protected]
    HOLLY WAS READY TO FIGHT, DON’T WORRY ABOUT HIM [email protected]
    HOLLY WAS READY TO FIGHT, DON’T WORRY ABOUT HIM [email protected]
    HOLLY WAS READY TO FIGHT,
    KICKING DON’T WORRY ABOUT HIM [email protected]
    HOLLY WAS READY TO FIGHT,
    KICKING AND HOLLY WAS READY TO FIGHT,
    KICKING AND HOLLY WAS READY TO FIGHT,
    KICKING AND
    SCREAMING HOLLY WAS READY TO FIGHT,
    KICKING AND
    SCREAMING AS HOLLY WAS READY TO FIGHT,
    KICKING AND
    SCREAMING AS RESENDIZ HOLLY WAS READY TO FIGHT,
    KICKING AND
    SCREAMING AS RESENDIZ GOT HOLLY WAS READY TO FIGHT,
    KICKING AND
    SCREAMING AS RESENDIZ GOT ON HOLLY WAS READY TO FIGHT,
    KICKING AND
    SCREAMING AS RESENDIZ GOT ON TOP KICKING AND
    SCREAMING AS RESENDIZ GOT ON TOP SCREAMING AS RESENDIZ GOT ON TOP SCREAMING AS RESENDIZ GOT ON TOP

    OF SCREAMING AS RESENDIZ GOT ON TOP

    OF HER…[email protected] OF HER…[email protected] OF HER…[email protected]
    HE OF HER…[email protected]
    HE STABBED OF HER…[email protected]
    HE STABBED ME OF HER…[email protected]
    HE STABBED ME IN OF HER…[email protected]
    HE STABBED ME IN MY OF HER…[email protected]
    HE STABBED ME IN MY NECK OF HER…[email protected]
    HE STABBED ME IN MY NECK AND OF HER…[email protected]
    HE STABBED ME IN MY NECK AND HE HE STABBED ME IN MY NECK AND HE HE STABBED ME IN MY NECK AND HE

    SAID HE STABBED ME IN MY NECK AND HE

    SAID LOOK HE STABBED ME IN MY NECK AND HE

    SAID LOOK AT HE STABBED ME IN MY NECK AND HE

    SAID LOOK AT HOW HE STABBED ME IN MY NECK AND HE

    SAID LOOK AT HOW EASILY HE STABBED ME IN MY NECK AND HE

    SAID LOOK AT HOW EASILY I HE STABBED ME IN MY NECK AND HE

    SAID LOOK AT HOW EASILY I COULD SAID LOOK AT HOW EASILY I COULD SAID LOOK AT HOW EASILY I COULD

    KILL SAID LOOK AT HOW EASILY I COULD

    KILL YOU SAID LOOK AT HOW EASILY I COULD

    KILL YOU AND SAID LOOK AT HOW EASILY I COULD

    KILL YOU AND I SAID LOOK AT HOW EASILY I COULD

    KILL YOU AND I JUST SAID LOOK AT HOW EASILY I COULD

    KILL YOU AND I JUST [email protected] KILL YOU AND I JUST [email protected] KILL YOU AND I JUST [email protected]
    RESENDIZ KILL YOU AND I JUST [email protected]
    RESENDIZ VIOLATED KILL YOU AND I JUST [email protected]
    RESENDIZ VIOLATED HER KILL YOU AND I JUST [email protected]
    RESENDIZ VIOLATED HER AS KILL YOU AND I JUST [email protected]
    RESENDIZ VIOLATED HER AS [email protected] KILL YOU AND I JUST [email protected]
    RESENDIZ VIOLATED HER AS [email protected]
    TRAIN… RESENDIZ VIOLATED HER AS [email protected]
    TRAIN… RESENDIZ VIOLATED HER AS [email protected]
    TRAIN…
    …WENT RESENDIZ VIOLATED HER AS [email protected]
    TRAIN…
    …WENT BY…[email protected] TRAIN…
    …WENT BY…[email protected] TRAIN…
    …WENT BY…[email protected]
    WHEN TRAIN…
    …WENT BY…[email protected]
    WHEN HE TRAIN…
    …WENT BY…[email protected]
    WHEN HE WAS TRAIN…
    …WENT BY…[email protected]
    WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, TRAIN…
    …WENT BY…[email protected]
    WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE …WENT BY…[email protected]
    WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE …WENT BY…[email protected]
    WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED …WENT BY…[email protected]
    WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED TO …WENT BY…[email protected]
    WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED TO FINISH …WENT BY…[email protected]
    WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER …WENT BY…[email protected]
    WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF… WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF… WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF…
    I WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF…
    I WAS WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF…
    I WAS HIT WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF…
    I WAS HIT WITH WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF…
    I WAS HIT WITH SOME WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF…
    I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND WHEN HE WAS FINISHED, HE
    PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF…
    I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND [email protected] PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF…
    I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND [email protected] PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF…
    I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND [email protected]
    BOARD, PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF…
    I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND [email protected]
    BOARD, THEY PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF…
    I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND [email protected]
    BOARD, THEY NEVER PROCEEDED TO FINISH HER OFF…
    I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND [email protected]
    BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND [email protected]
    BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND [email protected]
    BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND
    WHAT I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND [email protected]
    BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND
    WHAT HE I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND [email protected]
    BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND
    WHAT HE HIT I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND [email protected]
    BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND
    WHAT HE HIT ME I WAS HIT WITH SOME KIND [email protected]
    BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND
    WHAT HE HIT ME WITH. BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND
    WHAT HE HIT ME WITH. BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND
    WHAT HE HIT ME WITH.
    KNOCKED BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND
    WHAT HE HIT ME WITH.
    KNOCKED OUT BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND
    WHAT HE HIT ME WITH.
    KNOCKED OUT AND BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND
    WHAT HE HIT ME WITH.
    KNOCKED OUT AND PRESUMED BOARD, THEY NEVER FOUND
    WHAT HE HIT ME WITH.
    KNOCKED OUT AND PRESUMED DEAD, WHAT HE HIT ME WITH.
    KNOCKED OUT AND PRESUMED DEAD, WHAT HE HIT ME WITH.
    KNOCKED OUT AND PRESUMED DEAD,
    RESENDIZ WHAT HE HIT ME WITH.
    KNOCKED OUT AND PRESUMED DEAD,
    RESENDIZ LEFT WHAT HE HIT ME WITH.
    KNOCKED OUT AND PRESUMED DEAD,
    RESENDIZ LEFT HOLLY WHAT HE HIT ME WITH.
    KNOCKED OUT AND PRESUMED DEAD,
    RESENDIZ LEFT HOLLY AT WHAT HE HIT ME WITH.
    KNOCKED OUT AND PRESUMED DEAD,
    RESENDIZ LEFT HOLLY AT THE KNOCKED OUT AND PRESUMED DEAD,
    RESENDIZ LEFT HOLLY AT THE KNOCKED OUT AND PRESUMED DEAD,
    RESENDIZ LEFT HOLLY AT THE
    TRACKS… RESENDIZ LEFT HOLLY AT THE
    TRACKS… RESENDIZ LEFT HOLLY AT THE
    TRACKS…
    SHE RESENDIZ LEFT HOLLY AT THE
    TRACKS…
    SHE EVENTUALLY RESENDIZ LEFT HOLLY AT THE
    TRACKS…
    SHE EVENTUALLY CAME RESENDIZ LEFT HOLLY AT THE
    TRACKS…
    SHE EVENTUALLY CAME TO RESENDIZ LEFT HOLLY AT THE
    TRACKS…
    SHE EVENTUALLY CAME TO AND TRACKS…
    SHE EVENTUALLY CAME TO AND TRACKS…
    SHE EVENTUALLY CAME TO AND
    STRUGGLED SHE EVENTUALLY CAME TO AND
    STRUGGLED SHE EVENTUALLY CAME TO AND
    STRUGGLED
    OVER SHE EVENTUALLY CAME TO AND
    STRUGGLED
    OVER TO SHE EVENTUALLY CAME TO AND
    STRUGGLED
    OVER TO THE SHE EVENTUALLY CAME TO AND
    STRUGGLED
    OVER TO THE ONLY SHE EVENTUALLY CAME TO AND
    STRUGGLED
    OVER TO THE ONLY HOUSE SHE EVENTUALLY CAME TO AND
    STRUGGLED
    OVER TO THE ONLY HOUSE SHE SHE EVENTUALLY CAME TO AND
    STRUGGLED
    OVER TO THE ONLY HOUSE SHE COULD STRUGGLED
    OVER TO THE ONLY HOUSE SHE COULD STRUGGLED
    OVER TO THE ONLY HOUSE SHE COULD
    [email protected] OVER TO THE ONLY HOUSE SHE COULD
    [email protected] OVER TO THE ONLY HOUSE SHE COULD
    [email protected]
    SEE [email protected]
    SEE [email protected]
    SEE
    WITH [email protected]
    SEE
    WITH A [email protected]
    SEE
    WITH A LIGHT [email protected]
    SEE
    WITH A LIGHT ON… SEE
    WITH A LIGHT ON… SEE
    WITH A LIGHT ON…
    I’M SEE
    WITH A LIGHT ON…
    I’M SURE SEE
    WITH A LIGHT ON…
    I’M SURE IT SEE
    WITH A LIGHT ON…
    I’M SURE IT SCARED SEE
    WITH A LIGHT ON…
    I’M SURE IT SCARED HIM SEE
    WITH A LIGHT ON…
    I’M SURE IT SCARED HIM BECAUSE WITH A LIGHT ON…
    I’M SURE IT SCARED HIM BECAUSE WITH A LIGHT ON…
    I’M SURE IT SCARED HIM BECAUSE
    HE I’M SURE IT SCARED HIM BECAUSE
    HE I’M SURE IT SCARED HIM BECAUSE
    HE
    WAS I’M SURE IT SCARED HIM BECAUSE
    HE
    WAS JUST I’M SURE IT SCARED HIM BECAUSE
    HE
    WAS JUST SITTING I’M SURE IT SCARED HIM BECAUSE
    HE
    WAS JUST SITTING THERE I’M SURE IT SCARED HIM BECAUSE
    HE
    WAS JUST SITTING THERE DOING I’M SURE IT SCARED HIM BECAUSE
    HE
    WAS JUST SITTING THERE DOING HIS HE
    WAS JUST SITTING THERE DOING HIS WAS JUST SITTING THERE DOING HIS HOMEWORK HOMEWORK WITH HOMEWORK WITH THE HOMEWORK WITH THE TELEVISION HOMEWORK WITH THE TELEVISION ON HOMEWORK WITH THE TELEVISION ON

    AND HOMEWORK WITH THE TELEVISION ON

    AND YOU HOMEWORK WITH THE TELEVISION ON

    AND YOU HAVE HOMEWORK WITH THE TELEVISION ON

    AND YOU HAVE A HOMEWORK WITH THE TELEVISION ON

    AND YOU HAVE A BLOODY HOMEWORK WITH THE TELEVISION ON

    AND YOU HAVE A BLOODY PERSON AND YOU HAVE A BLOODY PERSON AND YOU HAVE A BLOODY PERSON
    WALK AND YOU HAVE A BLOODY PERSON
    WALK INTO AND YOU HAVE A BLOODY PERSON
    WALK INTO YOUR AND YOU HAVE A BLOODY PERSON
    WALK INTO YOUR HOUSE AND YOU HAVE A BLOODY PERSON
    WALK INTO YOUR HOUSE
    HE…[email protected] WALK INTO YOUR HOUSE
    HE…[email protected] WALK INTO YOUR HOUSE
    HE…[email protected]
    CHAD WALK INTO YOUR HOUSE
    HE…[email protected]
    CHAD GOETZ WALK INTO YOUR HOUSE
    HE…[email protected]
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    BOOK.
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    Digital Story: Secrets  and Codes of the Underground Railroad
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    Digital Story: Secrets and Codes of the Underground Railroad

    August 13, 2019


    [music] The Underground Railroad was formed late in the 18th century but was named and grew considerably in the nineteenth century. It was a network of people, mostly blacks but many whites too that helped assist lives to freedom. The journey to freedom was extremely dangerous and physical. Being free took courage because slaves often had to leave the people they loved. They had to travel mostly on foot pursued by dogs and men looking to claim a reward, and they had to put their trust in other people to help them. Slaves who wanted to escape their current life of long work days and harsh punishments from overseers often turned to the Undergroud Railroad for help. The Underground Railroad was not tracks and cars but people. These people worked together but there knowledge of each other was limited. Most people involved only knew a few others who were involved and lived relatively close to them. People called conductors helped escaped on their journey. Most slaves traveled North to Canada, where slavery was illegal. Fugitives stop for rest and food at safe houses, which they refer to as depots or stations. Station masters were the people who provided their homes as depots or stations. The first challenge for the slave was to escape from his slave holder. This was usually done at night because of the severity of punishment for running away, family members were often divided. While one slave may think it was worth the risk of being caught to get a chance at freedom, others were too scared to run. This was a source of sorrow and worry for the runners and the ones who stayed behind. Once the slave decided to run he could not turn back. Harriet Tubman was a slave who escaped and became a conductor for the Underground Railroad. She helped about 300 slaves escape and travel North into Canada. She understood the danger of running away to be free and fugitives who considered turning
    back were abruptly stopped. A change of heart was not an option because I put the whole group in danger. Harriet Tubman carried a gun and threatened to kill anyone who tried return to slavery or who slowed the group down too much. Fugitive slaves usually traveled about 20 miles at a time. Sometimes slaves would travel in covered wagons with false bottoms from one station to another. Most traveling was done at night. Their routes often took them through water because bloodhounds could not
    track their scent through water. Sometimes they used boats and some clever fugitives hid in crates and stowed on boats or mailed themselves to Northern states. Fugitive slaves needed money and clothing to disguise themselves and for some of the travel. Members of the Underground Railroad provided these needs. The people involved in the Underground Railroad had to communicate in codes and keep secrets. Southerners were furious that people were assisting slaves. Rewards were offered to people who returned slaves to their masters. A reward of 40,000 dollars was offered for Harriet Tubman in 1856. Fugitive slaves had to rely on help from people they did not know. Oftentimes the station masters were white, which caused anxiety for the run-aways. Like the terms related to the Underground Railroad, there were other codes that the fugitives used. Spiritual songs like “Follow the Drinking Gourd,” which referred to the big dipper, and “Wade in the Water” were also codes that gave instructions to the escaped slaves. Keeping secrets and communicating through them was characteristic of African culture. A story that has been passed through many generations in african-american families identifies
    quilts as a communication tool for slaves. The Underground Railroad paired with escaped slaves you quilt patterns to relay messages to slaves preparing to
    escape. Quilts were often seen hung on a window seal or across a fence. Slave holders and overseers were not suspicious but the story is that these quilts contain hidden messages. For example the monkey wrench pattern meant gather tools for escape. Another was the North Star, a signal that meant prepare to escape and follow the North Star to freedom in
    Canada. Drunkard’s path was a signal to take a zig-zag route. Fleeing slaves seen traveling South were not as likely to cause suspicion because escapees typically traveled North. A bears paw pattern was meant to signal slaves to follow a mountain trail. A bow tie was a symbol to fugitives to dress in disguise. A shoe fly identified a person who could help. The log cabin pattern indicated that it was necessary to seek shelter. The courageous slaves that took a chance and fought for freedom improved our country. The blacks and whites that worked together in the Underground Railroad took the first step toward racial equality. Though some people are racist today, American people have come a long way. Racism is frowned on today and as
    practiced mostly by ignorant uneducated people. It is common today for people to live in harmony with neighors of different races. [music] [music]

    The Secret Train Station Under New York City
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    The Secret Train Station Under New York City

    August 12, 2019


    This video was made possible by Blue Apron. The first 50 people to sign up at the link
    in the description will get $50 off their first two weeks. You’ve heard of the secret train system
    in DC, you’ve heard of the secret train platform in London, but have you heard of
    the secret train station in New York? I hope not because that’s this week’s
    dose of content. Let’s rewind 150 years to the era of not
    planes, trains, and not automobiles. In this time, the railroads coming from the
    north into New York City ended up at Grand Central Depot. This massive rail yard took up more than a
    dozen city-blocks in one of New York’s densest areas and so the owners of the station, the
    New York Central Railroad, saw an opportunity. They would put the entire rail yard underground,
    build a huge new station, sell all the freed up real estate, and get that bread. 10 years and 85 million cubic feet of dirt
    later Grand Central Terminal opened and it was actually pretty neat. It has more tracks and platforms than any
    other station in the world and today includes all sort of non-rail related things like a
    tennis club in the ceiling which was once run by a certain future US president. The station also had at one point, and this
    is true, a 65 foot indoor ski slope. As this implies, Grand Central was long at
    the center of American opulence as much of the country’s early wealth was earned by
    rail tycoons. Given that, on top of the now buried tracks,
    plenty of important buildings sprang up. In the area that was once the rail yards there
    is today the headquarters of the Colgate-Palmolive Company, JP Morgan, MetLife, Major League
    Baseball, and also the Waldorf Astoria hotel. This hotel has long been considered one of
    the world’s most prestigious and has been stayed at by countless celebrities. Up until 2015, when the hotel was bought by
    a Chinese company, the Waldorf Astoria was the place where US presidents stayed when
    they made their frequent visits to New York. The hotel has a lavish Presidential Suite
    that’s been stayed in by every US president between Herbert Hoover and Barack Obama and
    non-presidents like the Kings of Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Spain, and Norway, the Queen of England,
    the Emperor of Japan, General Charles de Gaulle of France, and more. While it costs the general public between
    $4,000 and $8,000 to stay there per night, the hotel gives a generous discount to the
    US government and, by extension, the American taxpayer, and the room is even designed to
    emulate the style of the White House. Conveniently, the room is also about 500 feet
    above the Grand Central Tracks buried more than 100 years ago. Now, back in a time before private jets, the
    way that America’s richest and most powerful individuals got around without mingling with
    the normals was by private rail car. These would be hitched to the back of public
    trains and included dining rooms, kitchens, large bedrooms, lounges, and more. In the same way that US presidential candidates
    now often do speeches at airports in front of their planes, in the past candidates would
    do whistle-stop tours where they would make short speeches in small towns across America
    from the back of private rail-cars. Roosevelt was a particular fan of using these
    trains. Due to polio-induced paralysis, the bottom
    half of his body didn’t work but he did serve twice as many terms as any other US
    president so, equal? Unbelievably though, he was able to hide his
    handicap from most of the American public through careful coordination at events and
    the cooperation of the press. That’s why whenever he was seen standing
    he was holding on to someone or something. Giving speeches from the back of a railcar
    was therefore easy as he didn’t have to go far in public. While nowadays presidents fly on Air Force
    One to New York, Roosevelt would often make the trip by rail but arriving in Grand Central
    Station would be far too public to hide his ailment. His train therefore stopped a third of a mile
    short of Grand Central and was shunted to a small secret platform directly below the
    Waldorf Astoria hotel. From there, an elevator would take him up
    into the hotel. It’s unclear how many times FDR used this
    secret station as it was, of course, secret but its believed to have been used by plenty
    of presidents and celebrities since his era. The secret platform and elevator still exists
    today and, while its existence is no longer secret, we’re not always sure what it’s
    being used for. This inconspicuous door on 50th street is
    reportedly the entrance to the elevator down to the platform. We do know for sure that the platform has
    been used at least once in recent decades while a US president has stayed at the Waldorf
    Astoria. In 2003, while President Bush was staying
    there for a United Nations General Assembly session, an idling Metro-North train was kept
    at this platform ready to shuttle the president off Manhattan at any moment in case of emergency. While not confirmed, it’s assumed that this
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    Injured Leechburg Police Chief Ties The Knot
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    Injured Leechburg Police Chief Ties The Knot

    August 12, 2019


    LEACH BIRD POLICE CHIEF MICHAEL IS CELEBRATING LIFE IN A BIG WAY JUST A WEEK OR SO SINCE HE LOST HIS ARM IN A FIREWORKS EXPLOSION. THE POLICE CHIEF WAS BADLY INJURED LAST MONTH IN A HIGHER — HORRIBLE FIREWORKS ACCIDENT. BUT THE POLICE CHIEF AND HIS FIANCIE HAVE NOW GONE FROM SWEETHEARTS TO HUSBAND-AND-WIFE. THE CEREMONY WAS BY THE LEACH BIRD FIRE DEPARTMENT. IT WAS DURING THE LEACH BIRD FIREFIGHTERS CARNIVAL. SHEER HAPPINESS, THERE’S NO WORDS TO EVEN DESCRIBE IT. I’VE NEVER BEEN THIS HAPPY. Reporter: HE WAS RELEASED FROM THE HOSPITAL LAST THURSDAY AND ALREADY STARTING ON THE LONG ROAD TO RECOVERY AS A MARRIED MAN. MICHAEL, WILL YOU HAVE THIS WOMAN TO BE YOUR LAWFULLY WEDDED WIFE? I DO. REPORT BACK SEAN LERCH OFFICIATED AT THE CEREMONY WITH ABOUT 200 FAMILY, FRIENDS AND WELL-WISHERS. I NOW PRONOUNCE YOU HUSBAND AND WIFE. YOU MAY KISS THE BRIDE. [ CHEERING AND APPLAUSE ] I DON’T LIKE TO SHOW IT. THESE ARE TEARS OF JOY TO BE HERE AND THE OVERWHELMING SUPPORT. JULY IS A SPECIAL MONTH. ONE JULY IS WHEN WE FELL IN LOVE. ANOTHER JULY WAS WHEN WE CONCEIVED OUR SON. WE SAID, WE WANT TO GET MARRIED IN JULY. [ MUFFLED AUDIO ] YOU EARNED IT. Reporter: NINE KEYS TO THE BOROUGH OF LEACH BIRD WERE GIVEN TO PEOPLE THAT HELPED HIM IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ACCIDENT. NOW AFTER THE WEDDING, HE SAYS

    Galveston Railroad Museum perfect for first-time train riders | HTX+ GALVESTON
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    Galveston Railroad Museum perfect for first-time train riders | HTX+ GALVESTON

    August 12, 2019


    [Music] it’s a lot of fun they they didn’t tell me how much fun it was gonna be I I thought it was just going to be running trains when I was managing the museum every day I look forward to the break of getting out of the office and visiting with the folks and it’s you know running the train that’s what brought me here from that from the get-go was was the rolling stock was running trains so so that’s that’s what I really enjoy doing I’ve always been interested in trains and my dad and I we would travel around the country to ride behind big steam locomotives with Mary moody northern her vision was to was to build this place and it’s almost in my backyard I mean that could have been any better actually a railroad for the number of what 40 years and then all of a sudden I got to come back to it a little bit and I kind of missed it you know because that’s all you did for for a long time I started volunteering and February of 1983 my wife and I want to polish it up and we saw this train running back and forth and so she called in and one of those fake tape of volunteers and so she got me out of the house for a while and that’s how I got got down here that’s probably the most enjoyable part of this job is with the visitors literally from literally all over the world we have people visit you have people that have never been on a train before you get to see the kids come up on the engine on the caboose or they’re smiling from year-to-year you find out there your mom and dad had never been on a train either so it’s really a lot of fun to see see them just react to that how loud it is the bells or whistles the motion of the Train everything is so surprising to them that’s why we are here is so people can get educated to what it was I answer questions all day long about how these the locomotive work I get satisfaction out of that especially when when little ones when you start telling them in there I find y’all I’m glad I did it it’s been a pleasant experience for me I hope the beautiful [Music] [Music]

    The Underground Railroad: Next Stop Freedom EN
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    The Underground Railroad: Next Stop Freedom EN

    August 12, 2019


    The first time I heard about
    the Underground Railroad I wasn’t exactly sure what it was. A train? Running
    on a secret track? It wasn’t anything like that Enslaved people walked and ran
    to freedom some made part of the long journey by horse and wagon some by boat.
    There were no signs to guide them just the North star above the Big Dipper with
    a drinking gourd as they called it good people along the way
    gave fugitive slaves a place to rest and hide from the slave catchers who are
    trying to hunt them down. The Underground Railroad was actually more powerful than
    any train it was a freedom movement and it was unstoppable. Deborah Brown was one
    of about 30,000 fugitive slaves who made it to Canada via the Underground
    Railroad. She escaped with her husband Perry in the mid-1800s. Deborah Brown was
    a real person whose history has been pieced together through careful research.
    In the presentation you are about to see Deborah Browns manner of speech is based
    on the speech of former slaves as recorded in the 1930s. Here is Deborah
    Brown’s story we stole of wave black as a moon we
    don’t take nothing just a hatchet and some bread in a sack we walk till
    I ’bout give out when my legs couldn’t go no more we
    laid by til starlight we knew the Northstar, how it would lead us out a
    slave country and me thinking all the time ’bout my daughter Sara left behind.
    At first light we hear commotion of men and dogs on dirt track just by the river
    there was a run-away slave trying to hide himself in the washes it made my heart
    heavy and hard, heavy for that slave man being took back from freedom and hard
    because I swore I ain’t ever gonna be catched again. so then my legs got strong and never got
    weak no more till we come to freedom in Canada. A slave no more. now you listen to me, I’m an old woman
    now and all what I’m gonna tell you happened a long time ago, but it happened
    just the same. The first thing you got to know is I was born a slave.
    I was owned by a man way down Maryland in the States he owned me and he owned
    my husband Perry Brown he beat us if we don’t work as hard as he likes so we run
    away when we hear the master say he be selling my husband Perry away from me. We
    took our passage for Canada on the Underground Railroad the stations, they call them, was mostly
    houses or barns where it was safe to lay low for a night or two there was conductors to help folks move
    up the line going north there were secret words and songs and all
    such to throw off the slave catchers Harriet Tubman was one of the greatest
    conductors of the Underground Railroad she had escaped from slavery in Maryland
    to find freedom in the northern states she later moved on to greater security
    in Canada but she couldn’t forget those who were left behind. She set up a base
    in St. Catharines Ontario and began returning to the United States to help
    other enslaved people make their way to freedom in Canada. She risked her life
    over and over again in order to help others.
    We call her the Moses of our people cause she brought so many out of bondage Quakers and free coloured folks and all
    such hide us and feed us going north till we got to Detroit I don’t feel safe even in a free State
    and Perry say not to worry we ain’t gon’ stop till we was in Canada, where coloured people was free everywhere on account of a law made by them British
    just in 1833 that say all their slaves will be free now An Indian man took us across the river
    to sandwich and we was out of the states forever Coloured folks wasn’t always slaves. When
    I was a little girl I had my mama’s mama always talking about the beautiful place
    in Africa she come from, before she was stole off and sold away. She knew all
    kinds of stories by her people and how they was kings and queens and had their
    own cities and everything like that. That was before them slave speculators come
    and take it all away Some people think that we never had
    slavery in Canada, but that’s not true slavery began in the early 1600s
    enslaved people protested in many ways but it would take close to 200 years for
    change to come about. In 1793, Chloe Cooley was an enslaved woman in the
    Niagara region. The man who owned her decided to sell her in the United States. Despite her violent resistance and screams he tied her with her rope and
    transported her across the border Poor woman. But that made some old British
    Governor in Upper Canada so mad he say we can’t let that happen no more. Witnesses
    reported the matter to Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe. Simcoe was
    committed to ending slavery in the colony but sadly it’d take the Chloe Cooley
    incident to gain the legislative support needed to pass a bill that would
    gradually bring an end to slavery in Upper Canada. All black people escaping
    slavery in the United States would be free as soon as they arrived in Canada
    and though the bill didn’t free existing slaves in Canada, it did promise freedom
    to their children There were strong communities all across
    Canada there were black people living in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward
    Island and Quebec and there were those who made their way to Manitoba,
    Saskatchewan and Alberta Some even sailed from California to
    British Columbia and settled in Victoria and on Salt Spring Island. However, most
    former slaves made their home in Ontario Perry keep us on the long road to
    Toronto cause it was far from the border and slave catchers.
    It was against the law of Canada to carry off a run-away slave but still sometimes
    them slave catchers would come right into Canada. So we put the devil behind
    us and come all the way to York Township West, close by where Bathurst Street
    crossed over Bloor Street Perry
    He worked at whatever job he could catch with the coloured men that only owned
    businesses Perry chop wood for Mr. Hubbard’s bakery. That’s before Mr. Hubbard invented his special oven and got rich and went into
    politics Now I didn’t have no trades ‘cept washing
    and ironing so that’s what I’ve done Former slaves and free African-Americans
    brought a wide variety of skills with them to Canada.
    It was slave labour after all that built the American South. From Halifax to
    Victoria, people made important contributions to their communities as
    blacksmiths, carpenters, masons and grocers. There were ministers, teachers
    and business owners. Toronto’s first taxi service was a horse-drawn cab owned by
    former slaves, Thornton and Lucy Blackburn. There were distinguished
    doctors including Alexander T. Augusta who practiced at the Toronto hospital
    and owned and operated a successful pharmacy. Like so many other prominent
    African Canadians he volunteered his time to help others Dr. Augusta was a
    mentor to Dr. Anderson Ruffin Abbot the first Canadian born black doctor to
    graduate from King’s College Medical School and of course there were the
    newspaper men and women whose Publishing’s were of great importance to
    all African Canadians even to those who couldn’t read. I can’t read on a counter
    havin’ no schoolin’ when I was a slave but I love to listen to folks read our
    newspapers. We had two coloured papers The Voice of the Fugitive, printed by Mr.
    Henry Bibb with his wife Mary Bibb and her, a teacher and all. The other
    paper, The Provincial Freeman was put out by Miss. Mary Ann Shadd. I felt proud when
    I learned that Mary Ann Shadd was one of the first women publishers of any
    newspaper in Canada. I felt even more proud when I learned that she was my
    great-great-great-great aunt. Just about the time we come to Canada, down in the
    States they make a new law for catching run-away slaves. Now it don’t make no
    difference even if you got clean way to a free state.
    Every person northern and southern was to raise his hand up against you and
    help catch you and run you South as slaves again. All good citizens are hereby commanded
    to aid and assist in the prompt execution of this law. To take and remove
    such fugitive person back to the state or territory from whence he or she may
    have escaped. Even Freeborn coloured folks in the North was catched and made slaves
    who had never been slaves before . The Underground Railroad never had so many
    passengers There was lots of run-away slaves now in
    Toronto, they was mostly men, young men because it was hard for all people and
    women with children to run-away but there was one woman, Mrs. Anne Maria
    Jackson who come herself with her own 7 children ’cause her master sold away two o’ her other
    children. That made me feel low in my heart, cuz she brought so many and I couldn’t
    bring my one Sara A lot of people was angry, coloured and
    white, about that slave law There was the abolitionists and they
    wanted to abolish slavery every way in the States. Now all over Toronto in the
    churches and halls there was medians by the anti-slavery society at Canada. The
    preachers preached and the great men rolled out their speeches. The largest
    and most enthusiastic meeting we have ever seen in Toronto was held in the
    city hall last night. The meeting was called to enable citizens of Toronto to
    enter their protest against the manifold and unspeakable iniquities of slavery Coloured men came from the States and
    Canada to talk about how to abolish slavery and hope to settle fugitive
    slaves. They met at the St. Lawrence Hall And Mr. Henry Bibb, he who was once a run-away slave hisself, gave a powerful
    oration. “We have all one common interest at stake — which is the abolition of
    slavery and the improvement of our people. Let us be united; in sentiment and
    in action upon our work until it is accomplished.” We thought we were safe in
    Canada until Mr. John Anderson got arrested. In self-defense, John Anderson
    had killed a slave owner who tried to apprehend him during his escape to
    Canada. The States wanted John Anderson back for breaking their laws. If Canada
    decided to return him to the United States, he would be hanged. If he could be
    saved back there wasn’t a coloured person safe in Canada ’cause we all broke their
    laws, even just by running way Perry went down to Osgoode Hall with
    most of the coloured men in the city Perry say they was just all quiet when
    the judge said to send John Anderson back to the States. For months, former slaves
    in Toronto lived in fear of being sent back to the United States, but the
    abolitionists made themselves heard throughout Canada and in London. The
    Privy Council overturned the Canadian judge’s decision and soon after another
    Court in Canada agreed with the Privy Council and released Anderson. Both
    wanted to lay claim to helping John Anderson and others continue to live in
    freedom. They said John Anderson was fighting for his freedom and that was no
    crime. He could stay in Canada The slave states went to war with the free states
    and they called it the American Civil War. A lot of young coloured men in Canada
    wanted to go back and join the Union Army Dr. Anderson Abbott, he goes back to
    be a surgeon in the Union Army and they make him a full captain and everything. Well they two sides fight and kill, something terrible But then the most blessed thing happened.
    “On the first day of January A.D. 1863, all persons held as slaves within any state
    or designated part of a state, the people whereof shall then be in
    rebellion against the United States shall be then thenceforward and forever
    free.” Free at last, free at last! Great God, we be free at last! And my daughter
    Sara, free to come and join us And she don’t have to come on the Underground
    Railroad ’cause once all them coloured folks was free, there was no need to go
    sneaking around, hiding from slave-catchers My Sarah come to Toronto as a
    free woman sittin’ right up there on a proper steam
    train Deborah and Perry Brown bought their home on Markham Street, a year
    before Perry died in 1871. Deborah remained in Toronto where she was
    finally reunited with her daughter Sarah and introduced to her granddaughter,
    Amelia Deborah Brown died in 1898. They say she lived to be a hundred and
    eleven years old. That would mean she lived in freedom for almost as many
    years as she was enslaved Around me, I see strong, free coloured folk
    and I know we will be here for a long time coming

    Fairbank Ghost Town | Railroad Stop | Cochise County | Arizona | USA | HD
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    Fairbank Ghost Town | Railroad Stop | Cochise County | Arizona | USA | HD

    August 12, 2019


    American Ghost Towns. Fairbank, Conchise County, Arizona, United States. Fairbank is a Ghost Town in Conchise County, Arizona, U.S.A Founded as Fairbank on May 16th, 1883 on the same day that the local post office opened. The town was named after Chicago investor Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank who partially financed the railroad. Fairbank was the closest rail stop to nearby Tombstone. Bt the mid – 1970s Fairbank was all but deserted. The final remaining residents left when the buildings were deemed unsafe. What remains of the town of Fairbank is now open to the public. Like, Share and Subscribe. Thanks.

    Golden Spike Historic Site: Train Talk Ep. 11
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    Golden Spike Historic Site: Train Talk Ep. 11

    August 12, 2019


    Hello everyone and welcome to Train Talk! Today, I’m going to tell you the story of
    the Golden Spike National Historic Site, which is located at Promontory Point, Utah. This was the site of completion of the Transcontinental
    Railroad and today, it features a visitor’s center and display site with two replica steam
    locomotives. Let’s dive right in! The transcontinental railroad was a massive
    undertaking that linked the east and west coast of the United States with a railroad
    for the first time in history. The project was written into law by the United
    States Congress and approved by president Abraham Lincoln in 1862 and construction began
    the following year. Two railroads worked on the project, starting
    from opposite ends: the Union Pacific from Omaha, Nebraska in the East and the Central
    Pacific from Sacramento, California in the west. Later, the Central Pacific railroad became
    the Southern Pacific Railroad. The Transcontinental Railroad was finally
    completed on May 10th, 1869, at a place known as Promontory Summit. A ceremony was held for the completion and
    telegraphs were present to tell the rest of the nation the precise moment the railroad
    was completed and open for business. Two steam locomotives were on hand for the
    event and made up the backdrop for the well known photograph of the completion of the
    transcontinental railroad. A special laurel wood tie and series of spikes
    made of various precious metals were used as part of the ceremony, the most famous of
    which was a spike made of gold. It is this spike that the site was later named
    for, but more on that later. The Pacific Railroad was finally finished. With the railroad completed, goods and people
    could be moved across the country in under a week. The railroad continued to thrive and grow. Eventually, it was decided that Ogden Utah,
    located directly to the east was a better meeting point for the two railroads due to
    Promontory’s remote location, so Union Pacific sold their section of track between Promontory
    Point and Ogden to the Southern Pacific. In addition to the route through Promontory
    Point being remote, it also had steep grades and was indirect, since it went all the way
    around the north side of the Great Salt Lake. The Southern Pacific built a bypass route
    in 1904, known as the Lucin Cutoff. This new route cut directly across the middle
    of the Great Salt Lake, using a series of causeways and a 12 mile long bridge. Today, this route is still used by freight
    traffic. Union Pacific bought out the Southern Pacific
    railroad in 1996, and the bridge on the Lucin Cutoff has been replaced by a causeway, but
    much of the original transcontinental rail line is still intact. The line through Promontory Point was finally
    abandoned in 1942, and the rails were pulled up. In the 1950’s, there was a renewed interest
    in preserving the original right of way through Promontory Point due to its historical significance. So, in 1957, Promontory Summit was established
    as a National Historic Site in an effort to preserve the historic right of way and work
    began to restore it to how it appeared on May 10th, 1869. Two steam locomotives were moved to the site
    to perform reenactments of the golden spike ceremony in recognition of the 100th anniversary
    of the completion of the railroad in 1969. These locomotives were done up to appear as
    the two locomotives that were at the original ceremony: Central Pacific number 60, the Jupiter,
    and Union Pacific number 119. Unfortunately, both original locomotives were
    scrapped in the early 1900’s. Following the 100th anniversary celebration,
    the National Park Service looked into having their own replica locomotives built for demonstration
    purposes. The Park Service first turned to the Walt
    Disney Company, which had built full sized replica locomotives for the Disneyland theme
    park. Disney turned down the offer because they
    didn’t think that they could make replicas to within a quarter of an inch of the originals,
    as specified by the contract. Eventually, the contract went to Chad O’Conner,
    a friend of Walt Disney and fellow train enthusiast. It is said that Chad significantly underbid
    all other offers and even put some of his own money into the project just to have the
    honor of building these replica locomotives. The locomotives were built at the O’Connor
    Engineering Laboratories in Costa Mesa, California. Since no blueprints existed of the original
    locomotives, O’Connor and his team had to use calipers to measure and scale up all the
    dimensions of the locomotives from historical photos. The paintwork was even more of a challenge,
    since color film did not exist at the time. The only resources available were written
    accounts of the event and the various different shades of grey seen in the photos. Disney animator Ward Kimball also contributed
    to the project, painting the original artwork on the locomotive tenders and domes. The two replica locomotives were completed
    and delivered to the Golden Spike Historic Site in 1979. Today, the Golden Spike Historic Site serves
    as an interpretive center of the impact of the Transcontinental Railroad on the nation. There is a Visitor’s center with various
    displays about the railroad construction and two theaters. Outside the visitor’s center, the actual
    site where the golden spike was driven has been completely recreated, including a couple
    hundred feet of track, some wooden benches, and a period correct American Flag. During the summer months, both locomotives
    are fired up almost daily, and various demonstrations are made throughout the day. On Saturdays and holidays, a complete reenactment
    of the driving of the golden spike is held with volunteer actors in period clothes. In the winter months, maintenance is performed
    on the two replica locomotives in the engine house, also located at the historic site. The Park Service has guided tours of the engine
    house so that visitors still have a chance to see the replica locomotives, even if they
    aren’t under steam. And finally, in addition to the Visitor’s
    Center and re-created ceremony site, several miles of the original right of way are preserved
    as driving and walking paths. The driving of the golden spike forever changed
    the United States. It meant that goods and people could finally
    travel across the country quickly. It ushered in a new era in the history of
    the nation, bringing goods closer to market and people closer to each other. Within a few years of the railroad being completed,
    fresh produce was being shipped across the country for the first time ever, thanks to
    refrigerated box cars. It made a lasting impact on how we move goods. And, it created a railroad that still ties
    the country together to this day. A golden spike is still kept on display in
    the visitor’s center at the Golden Spike National Historic Site. The original, used in the ceremony, is now
    kept at Sanford University in Palo Alto, California. Thanks for watching this episode of Train
    Talk! If you enjoyed the video, let me know by liking
    it and leaving a comment below. To find out more about the national historic
    site, visit the park website: nps.gov/gosp Until next time, I’m Mike Armstrong. I’ll see you down the line! Thanks for watching.

    The Industrial Economy: Crash Course US History #23
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    August 12, 2019


    Episode 23: The Rise of the Industrial Economy Hi I’m John Green this is Crash Course U.S.
    History and today we’re going to discuss economics and how a generation of-
    Mr. Green, Mr. Green, is this going to be one of those boring ones no wars or generals
    who had cool last words or anything? Alright, Me From The Past, I will give you
    a smidge of Great Man history. But only a smidge.
    So today we’re gonna discuss American industrialization in the decades after the Civil War, during
    which time the U.S. went from having per capita about a third of Great Britain’s industrial
    output to becoming the richest and most industrialized nation on earth.
    Libertage Meh, you might want to hold off on that Libertage,
    Stan because this happened mostly thanks to the Not Particularly Awesome Civil War, which
    improved the finance system by forcing the introduction of a national currency and spurred
    industrialization by giving massive contracts to arms and clothing manufacturers.
    The Civil War also boosted the telegraph, which improved communication, and gave birth
    to the transcontinental railway via the Pacific Railway Act of 1862, all of which increased
    efficiency and productivity. So thanks, Civil War!
    Intro If you want to explain America’s economic
    growth in a nutshell chalk it up to G, D, and L: Gerard, Depardieu, and Lohan. No, Geography,
    Demography and Law. However, while we’re on the topic, when
    will Gerard, Depardieu, and Lindsay Lohan have a baby? Stan, can I see it? Yes. Yes.
    Geographically, the U.S. was a huge country with all the resources necessary for an industrial
    boom. Like, we had coal, and iron and, later, oil. Initially we had water to power our factories,
    later replaced by coal. And we had amber waves of grain to feed our growing population which
    leads to the Demography. America’s population grew from 40 million
    in 1870 to 76 million in 1900 and 1/3 of that growth was due to immigration.
    Which is good for economies. Many of these immigrants flooded the burgeoning cities,
    as America shifted from being an agrarian rural nation to being an industrial, urban
    one. Like, New York City became the center of commerce
    and finance and by 1898 it had a population of 3.4 million people. And the industrial
    heartland was in the Great Lakes region. Chicago became the second largest city by 1900, Cleveland
    became a leader in oil refining, and Pittsburgh was a center of iron and steel production.
    And even today, the great city of Pittsburgh still employs 53 Steelers.
    Last but not least was the Law. The Constitution and its commerce clause made the U.S. a single
    area of commerce – like a giant customs union. And, as we’ll see in a bit the Supreme
    Court interpreted the laws in a very business friendly way.
    Also, the American constitution protects patents, which encourag4B-es invention and innovation,
    or at least it used to. And despite what Ayn Rand would tell you,
    the American government played a role in American economic growth by putting up high tariffs,
    especially on steel, giving massive land grants to railroads and by putting Native Americans
    on reservations. Also, foreigners played an important role.
    They invested their capital and involved Americans in their economic scandals like the one that
    led to a depression in 1893. The U.S. was at the time was seen by Europeans as a developing
    economy; and investments in America offered much higher returns than those available in
    Europe. And the changes we’re talking about here
    were massive. In 1880, for the first time, a majority of the workforce worked in non-farming
    jobs. By 1890 2/3 of Americans worked for wages, rather than farming or owning their
    own businesses. And, by 1913 the United States produced 1/3
    of the world’s total industrial output. NOW bring out the Libertage, Stan.
    Libertage Awesome. And even better, we now get to talk
    about the perennially underrated railroads. Let’s go to the Thought Bubble.
    Although we tend to forget about them here in the U.S., because our passenger rail system
    sucks, railroads were one of the keys to America’s 19th century industrial success. Railroads
    increased commerce and integrated the American market, which allowed national brands to emerge,
    like Ivory Soap and A&P Grocery Stores. But railroads changed and improved our economy
    in less obvious ways, too: For instance, they gave us time zones, which were created by
    the major railroad companies to make shipping and passenger transport more standard. Also
    because he recognized the importance of telling time, a railroad agent named Richard Warren
    Sears turned a $50 dollar investment in watches into an enormous mail order empire, and railroads
    made it possible for him–and his eventual partner Roebuck–to ship watches, and then
    jewelry, and then pretty much everything, including unconstructed freaking houses throughout
    the country. Railroads were also the first modern corporations.
    These companies were large, they had many employees, they spanned the country. And that
    meant they needed to invent organizational methods, including the middle manager–supervisors
    to supervise supervisors. And for the first time, the owners of a company were not always
    day-to-day managers, because railroads were among the first publicly traded corporations.
    They needed a lot of capital to build tracks and stations, so they sold shares in
    the company in order to raise that money, which shares could then be bought and sold
    by the public. And that is how railroads created the first captains of industry, like Cornelius
    “They Named a University after Me” Vanderbilt and Andrew “Me Too” Carnegie (Mellon)
    and Leland “I Named a University After My Son” Stanford. The Railroad business was
    also emblematic of the partnership between the national government and industry. The
    Transcontinental Railroad, after all, wouldn’t have existed without Congressional legislation,
    federal land grants, and government sponsored bond issues.
    Thanks, Thought Bubble. Apparently it’s time for the Mystery Document.
    The rules here are simple. I guess the author of the Mystery Document
    and if I’m wrong, which I usually am, I get shocked.
    Alright. “The belief is common in America that the
    day is at hand when corporations far greater than the Erie – swaying such power as has
    never in the world’s history been trusted in the hands of mere private citizens, controlled
    by single men like Vanderbilt…– will ultimately succeed in directing government itself. Under
    the American form of society, there is now no authority capable of effective resistance.” Corporations directing government? That’s
    ridiculous. So grateful for federal ethanol subsidies
    brought to you by delicious Diet Dr. Pepper. Mmm I can taste all 23 of the chemicals.
    Anyway, Stan, I’m pretty sure that is noted muckraker Ida Tarbell. No! Henry Adams? HOW
    ARE THERE STILL ADAMSES IN AMERICAN HISTORY? That makes me worry we’ll never escape the
    Clintons. Anyway, it should’ve been Ida Tarbell. She has a great name. She was a great
    opponent of capitalism. Whatever. AH! Indeed industrial capitalists are considered
    both the greatest heroes and the greatest villains of the era, which is why they are
    known both as “captains of industry” and as “robber barons,” depending on whether
    we are mad at them. While they often came from humble origins,
    took risks and became very wealthy, their methods were frequently unscrupulous. I mean,
    they often drove competitors out of business, and generally cared very little for their
    workers. The first of the great robber barons and/or
    captains of industry was the aforementioned Cornelius Vanderbilt who rose from humble
    beginnings in Staten Island to make a fortune in transportation, through ferries and shipping,
    and then eventually through railroads, although he once referred to trains as “them things
    that go on land.” But the poster boy of the era was John D.
    Rockefeller who started out as a clerk for a Cleveland merchant and eventually became
    the richest man in the world. Ever. Yes, including Bill Gates.
    The key to Rockefeller’s success was ruthlessly buying up so many rivals that by the late
    1880s Standard Oil controlled 90% of the U.S. oil industry.
    Which lack of competition drove the price of gasoline up to like 12 cents a gallon,
    so if you had one of the 20 cars in the world then, you were mad.
    The period also saw innovation in terms of the way industries were organized. Many of
    the robber barons formed pools and trusts to control prices and limit the negative effects
    of competition. The problem with competition is that over
    time it reduces both prices and profit margins, which makes it difficult to become super rich.
    Vertical integration was another innovation – firms bought up all aspects of the production
    process – from raw materials to production to transport and distribution.
    Like, Philip Armour’s meat company bought its own rail cars to ship meat, for instance.
    It also bought things like conveyor belts and when he found out that animal parts could
    be used to make glue, he got into the glue-making business.
    It was Armour who once proclaimed to use “everything but the squeal.”
    Horizontal integration was when big firms bought up small ones. The best example of
    this was Rockefeller’s Standard Oil, which eventually became so big incidentally that
    the Supreme Court forced Standard Oil to be broken up into more than a dozen smaller oil
    companies. Which, by the way, overtime have slowly reunited
    to become the company known as Exxon-Mobil, so that worked out.
    U.S. Steel was put together by the era’s giant of finance, J.P. Morgan, who at his
    death left a fortune of only $68 million – not counting the art that became the backbone
    of the Metropolitan Museum of Art – leading Andrew Carnegie to remark in surprise, “And
    to think he was not a rich man.”[1] Speaking of people who weren’t rich, let
    us now praise the unsung heroes of industrialization: workers.
    Well, I guess you can’t really call them unsung because Woody Guthrie. Oh! Your guitar!
    And my computer! I never made that connection before.
    Anyway, then as now, the benefits of economic growth were shared…mmm shall we say…a
    smidge unevenly. Prices did drop due to industrial competition,
    which raised the standard of living for the average American worker. In fact, it was among
    the highest in the world. But due to a growing population, particularly of immigrant workers,
    there was job insecurity. And also booms and busts meant depressions in the 1870s and 1890s,
    which hit the working poor the hardest. Also, laborers commonly worked 60 hours per
    week with no pensions or injury compensation, and the U.S. had the highest rate of industrial
    injuries in the world: an average of over 35,000 people per year died on the job.
    These conditions and the uncertainty of labor markets led to unions, which were mostly local
    but occasionally national. The first national union was the Knights of
    Labor, headed by Terence V. Powderly which grew from 9 members in 1870 to 728,000 by
    1884. The Knights of Labor admitted unskilled workers,
    black workers, and women, but it was irreparably damaged by the Haymarket riot in 1886.
    During a strike against McCormick Harvesting Company, a policeman killed one of the strikers
    and in response there was a rally in Chicago’s Haymarket Square at which a bomb killed seven
    police officers. Then, firing upon the crowd, the police killed
    four people. Seven anarchists were eventually convicted of the bombing, and although Powderly
    denounced anarchism, the public still associated the Knights of Labor with violence. And by
    1902, its membership had shrunk considerably–to 0.
    The banner of organized labor however was picked up by the American Federation of Labor
    under Samuel L. Gompers. Do all of these guys have great last names?
    They were more moderate than the anarchists and the socialist International Workers of
    the World, and focused on bread and butter issues like pay, hours, and safety.
    Founded in 1886, the same year as the Haymarket Riot, the AFL had about 250,000 members by
    1892, almost 10% of whom were iron and steel workers.
    And now we have to pause to briefly mention one of the most pernicious innovations of
    the era: Social Darwinism: a perversion of Darwin’s theory that would have made him
    throw up. Although to be fair, almost everything made him throw up.
    Social Darwinists argued that the theory of survival of the fittest should be applied
    to people and also that corporations were people.
    Ergo, big companies were big because they were fitter and we had nothing to fear from
    monopolies. This pseudoscience was used to argue that
    government shouldn’t regulate business or pass laws to help poor people. It assured
    the rich that the poor were poor because of some inherent evolutionary flaw, thus enabling
    tycoons to sleep at night. You know, on a big pile of money, surrounded by beautiful
    women. But, despite the apparent inborn unfitness
    of workers, unions continued to grow and fight for better conditions, sometimes violently.
    There was violence at the Homestead Steel Strike of 1892 and the Pullman Rail strike
    of 1894 when strikers were killed and a great deal of property was destroyed.
    To quote the historian Michael Lind: “In the late 1870s and early 1880s, the United
    States had five times as many unionized workers as Germany, at a time when the two nations
    had similar populations.”[2] Unions wanted the United States and its citizens
    to imagine freedom more broadly, arguing that without a more equal economic system, America
    was becoming less, not more, free, even as it became more prosperous.
    If you’re thinking that this free-wheeling age of fast growth, uneven gains in prosperity,
    and corporate heroes/villains resembles the early 21st century, you aren’t alone.
    And it’s worth remembering that it was only 150 years ago that modern corporations began
    to form and that American industry became the leading driver in the global economy.
    That’s a blink of an eye in world history terms, and the ideas and technologies of post
    Civil War America gave us the ideas that still define how we–all of us, not just Americans–think
    about opposites like success and failure, or wealth and poverty.
    It’s also when we people began to discuss the ways in which inequality could be the
    opposite of freedom. Thanks for watching. I’ll see you next week.
    Crash Course is produced and directed by Stan Muller. Our script supervisor is Meredith
    Danko. The associate producer is Danica Johnson. The show is written by my high school history
    teacher, Raoul Meyer, Rosianna Halse Rojas, and myself. And our graphics team is Thought
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    ________________ [1] Brands, American Colossus p 6.
    [2] Lind, Land of Promise 171