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The Black Family farm house..parts were built in the 18th century...while exploring a member of the black family caught me....he was a nice old guy gave me the history of the place..we went back to his house(across the street and chatted awhile...

 

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Juily 1976..it sells for 40$..i should have kept it...

 

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fly killer...

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when i turned the corner i saw a head of hair..it scared the bijesus out of me

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arch ways in basement..not sure what it was used for

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how it once looked

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house is gone now..torn down...

 

 

 

 

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The building looks nice from the outside. The hanged doll is a bit weird ... ;) 
For future postings it would be nice if you also write the story of the building (that you mentioned in the video) in the report. :) 

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