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Ken Rasure
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Writer, Photographer, Blogger - http://1dustytrack.blogspot.com/ and www.stormynighttales.blogspot.com and www.wheremytrollgoes.blogspot.com.
Writer, Photographer, Blogger - http://1dustytrack.blogspot.com/ and www.stormynighttales.blogspot.com and www.wheremytrollgoes.blogspot.com.

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Lonely Fort Lancaster
In far west Texas just off State Highway 290 a few miles from the small town of Sheffield, which puts the site just about in the middle of nowhere, are the remains of Fort Lancaster, one of the forts that provided protection for westbound settlers in the mi...
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Billy Bergerone and the Boo Hag
Way down in the dark, gator-infested backwater swamps of southwest Louisiana lived a young man by the name of Billy Bergerone. Billy was a good looking Cajun boy, maybe a little slow, but still, he had gone all the way through the 8th grade. For some reason...
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The story of the Waxahachie courthouse angels and gargoyles.
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Waxahachie Courthouse: Beauty & The Beast
Like a lot of other small towns in America, a beautiful county courthouse dominates the town square of Waxahachie, Texas. The town is often called "The Gingerbread City" for the elaborate wooden lacework found on many of the area's vintage homes. It is also...
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The movie "The Town That Dreaded Sundown" was based on a true story. Here is that story.
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"The Town That Dreaded Sundown" - True Tale That Inspired The Movie
The Texarkana Post Office/Courthouse. The left half  is in Texas while the right is in Arkansas. Texarkana is a nice, small city. With half of the town in
the state of Texas and the other half in Arkansas, the road that divides the
two halves is named State...
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Historic Hubbard Ginkgo tree in Tyler, Texas.
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Famous Ginkgo Tree of Tyler
Tyler, Texas, known by most people primarily for its roses and azaleas, also is home to a famous and rather rare tree. The Ginkgo biloba is a type of tree that was around almost 200 million years ago when dinosaurs roamed the earth and then basically went e...
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The largest Indian depredation in East Texas.
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Old Larissa and The Killough Massacre
Old Larissa is an abandoned town-site in Cherokee County in northeast Texas. On Christmas Eve, 1837, the Killough, Wood and Williams families arrived from Alabama and settled on the site. Unfortunately, the very next year, their settlement would go down in ...
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