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Interesting U.S. Cemeteries Where Famous People Reside

Scary, Spooky, Eerie, Historical, Carved, Mossy, Peaceful, Sinful, Haunted, Reverent. There are seemingly 100's of words that describe an Old Cemetery. No matter which one comes to your mind there's something about visiting them that attracts travelers to them like moths to candles. I recently ....

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The Unclaimed Baggage Center – Is it Worth the Trip?

It is the only lost luggage store in the United States, and might even be the only store of its kind in the world. Over one million people visit each year. Travelers have found this place from over 40 foreign countries. What is the Unclaimed Baggage Center? A 40,000 square foot store in the tiny…
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Walk Through TV Technology at The Early Television Museum

By Victoria Hart I can’t think of an invention in the last 100 years that has had a greater impact on American culture than the invention of the television. If you have been alive for even half of this era, you will enjoy the Early Television Museum in Hilliard, Ohio. It is the only museum…
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6 Tips to Jumpstart Downsizing-It’s Never Too Early to Declutter

It was the process of helping our parents downsize into retirement communities that prompted my husband and I to look at each other and say, “Age 80 is too late!” You see, by the time you really need to downsize, you probably won’t have the health or strength to do it. There is nothing that…
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