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“Hanging Mary and the Haunted Asheville Orphanage” – by Clifford B. Davids
Mary’s last hanging was darkly beautiful as she slowly swayed from the third floor balcony of the orphanage dormitory. The carefully tied noose was tied flawlessly, and it fit perfectly around her slender neck. She quietly peeked from underneath her … Continue reading
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“Lost Boys of the Haunted Orphanage” – by Clifford B. Davids
I have traveled across the American South for a decade and more, constantly searching for the most interesting and compelling stories to tell. Some years ago I became personally involved in a remarkable project – uncovering the fascinating tale of a long … Continue reading
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