Kimberly. 22 years of age. Has the best fiancé, and son ever. & the most beautiful. End of story. Works at Cracker Barrel, & The Great Smokey Mnt. Flea market/Natural Century. Has shitty luck with cars, so currently no car of my own. But Ty's car is our car. Loves anything spooky, or colorful. thats all I can think of right now.
Johnny and June shown leaving Leavenworth Prison, 1970. “This is the only show I’ve ever seen where all the men came out,” an inmate said after the entertainer performed for a crowd for almost 2,000. “They won’t come to every show but they love this guy. He’s special.” The empathy Cash felt for the men who have run afoul was apparent. “We put on a show about three weeks ago for President Nixon,” Cash told his audience. “We’re going to try a little harder for you.” He sang his famous song “Folsom Prison Blues” with the word “Leavenworth” substituted for Folsom. The crowd responded enthusiastically. Between songs Cash talked with the men. “We’re proud to be here. We really are,” he said. “Well we ain’t,” yelled back a laughing prisoner.
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Chateau Nottebohm, municipality of Brecht, province of Antwerp, Belgium
"This abandoned home belonged to a Mr. Nottebohm and dates back to the early 20th century. There are postcards which feature this home that were published in 1908. There are rumors and tales that at one time the wealthy German family lived in this grandiose Belgian manor but left sometime during the second World war. After the war, Mr. Nottebohm never returned and the eccentrically styled house has been abandoned ever since.
Much of the interior is destroyed with access to the upper floors either difficult or impossible. Suggestions indicate that stability of the stately home is very bad and seems ready to collapse at any moment. The manor was thought to be haunted as well and the LPI – International (League of Paranormal Investigators) even did a case on the Nottebohm Mansion but it proved inconclusive.” (abandoned playgrounds)
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"There are far worse things awaiting man than death."
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