Legend of the New Jersey Devil - Story
The Legend of the New Jersey Devil. For over 280 years, there as been a story circulating around of this flying Demonic looking creature stalking and haunting the woods of this town in America. There are many stories that surround this legend, from witchcraft to simply a man who went crazy. But that’s the thing with stories from the past. Sometimes they could be true. Today we will dive into one of the many stories that surrounds this Location deep in the woods. A house that once stood full of life but quickly became abandoned and decayed away till there was nothing left, saying to have birthed the devil himself. Please hit that thumbs up and lets get started in todays location.
Remembering Hal Trosky
An often overlooked great, Hal Trosky deserves some recognitionCreative Commons Attribution 2.0. By Bill Johnson (@BaseballStoic) He drove in 100 or more runs six times. In 1936, he led the American League with 162 runs batted in and notched 405 total bases. That latter mark, the 405 bases in a single season, is still #23 on baseball’s all-time list. 75 years after he hung up his spikes, he remains in the top-100 in career slugging, yet he never made an All-Star team. Never even sniffed one. Hal Trosky played first base for the Cleveland Indians and the Chicago White Sox in the 1930s and 1940s, but his career overlapped the trio of Jimmie Foxx, Hank Greenberg, and Lou Gehrig, a triumvirate of future Hall of Fame first basemen who held a virtual lock on the position on the American League All Star teams of the time.
Search for a long rumored cannon lost in a swamp
We go out searching for a rumored cannon lost in a swap during the American Civil War? Would you believe in a treasure legend like this?
The Truth Behind The World's Scariest Rabbit
Thousands of hunters roam the West in search of big game, few, if any, are lucky enough to catch the legendary jackalope, an animal with a jackrabbit's body and the antlers of a deer or antelope. Although Big Foot, the Loch Ness Monster, and other creatures have gained more scientific attention, residents of Douglas, Wyoming thought enough of the jackalope to erect an eight-foot statue of it in the middle of town. Why? Because Douglas, Wyoming is the birthplace of the Jackalope. BTW I don't believe in Jackalopes. But it is funny that you think I do.
Bob Saget – How The Comedian Impacted The Entertainment Industry Before His Death
American stand-up comedian and actor Bob Saget died Sunday, January 9 in Orlando, Fla. Saget was in the middle of a stand-up tour and performed his last show Saturday night in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.