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Historical Research

Visit to the Library of Congress
July 27th, 2017 11:56 AM
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On 7/19/2017 Shawn and Marianne Donley from PANICd.com traveled to the Library of Congress in Washington, DC to perform research on various historical theories and documents.
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Visit to the Pry House: New Location Added
July 24th, 2017 11:43 AM

Shawn and Marianne from PANICd.com travelled during the summer of 2017 to several locations throughout Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and District of Columbia, and Michigan.   One of the stops of the Pry House, and it has earned it’s placed within the database.
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The "Messy" Mass
May 19th, 2015 10:48 AM

This past weekend, on our Haunted Spotlight (on Beyond the Edge Radio) we talked about the Tolomato Cemetery and one of the stories that we mention was that of the funeral service for a Bishop that went horribly wrong at the chapel within the cemetery. The following is a brief synopsis of that story.

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Amasa Stone - Ashtabula Train Disaster - Chestnut Gove Cemetery - Lake View Cemetery
April 6th, 2015 01:27 PM


On April 3, 2015, members from PANICd.com traveled to the Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio for a photographic research trip.   On this trip, one of the goals was to find the cemetery marker for Amasa Stone.   Amasa Stone was one of the designers of the bridge at the Ashtabula Train Disaster.


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Recreating the Zapruder Film
November 3rd, 2012 08:59 PM
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There are not that many from our generation who has not seen or heard about the infamous Zapruder Film.   Maybe you did not know the name of it, but this is the film that captured the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963. 
Wikipedia describes the film as follows:
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Pottawatomie Massacre
July 2nd, 2012 10:10 AM
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The fifth victim floated nearby as John Brown and his men washed blood from their swords in Pottawatomie Creek. Brown said that the killings had been committed in accordance to "God’s will," and that he wanted to "strike terror in the hearts of the proslavery people." His killings would provoke fear and reprisals -- pushing America one step closer to an all-out civil war.

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