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Enjoy the October issue of Digging History Magazine:
- American Poltergeist (and other strange goings-on)
- Sister Amy’s Murder Factory
- Brown Mountain Lights: Appalachia’s Historical Mystery
- Genealogically Speaking: It’s Time to Rake the Leaves
- Are You One of THOSE Kind of People?
- Those Dang Saucers Appear Everywhere!
- Hideous Insidious History: October 8, 1926
- Grave Headlines
- The DASH
- And more!
Aiken South Carolina, America’s first female serial killer, America’s First Ghost, American Poltergeist, Amy Archer, Amy Archer-Gilligan, Ancestry tree leaves, Appalachian Histories and Mysteries, Arsenic and Old Lace, Battle of the Frogs, Bennington Triangle, Bennington Vermont, Brown Mountain Lights, Captain Edward Ruppelt, Cary Grant, Cotton Mather, cousins cemetery, death by arsenic poisoning, flying saucers, Ghost Ship of Salem, grave headlines, Hickman County Tennessee, hideous history, Joseph Faubion, Lawson Cemetery, Lowman Family, Lubbock Lights, lynching, Magnalia Christi Americana, man who died twice, Nelly Butler, Noah’s Dove, October 8 1926, Project Blue Book, Reverend Abraham Cummings, Shadrach Warren Lawson, Those Dang Saucers Appear Everywhere, UFOs, Windham Connecticut, Windsor Connecticut