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    • Sycamore 1974

    • College yearbooks; Student organizations; Students; Athletes; Fraternities & sororities; Indiana State University; Universities & colleges;
    • An annual yearbook written and published by the students of Indiana State University.
    • Analyst 1974

    • Laboratory schools; Students; Teachers; School children; Schools; School yearbooks; High schools; Indiana State Laboratory High School (Terre Haute, Ind.); Indiana State University;
    • An annual yearbook commemorating the activities and students of the Laboratory School.
    • Blue hole, Porter County, Indiana

    • Lakes; Horse-drawn vehicles; Water; Rivers; Bullseye Lake (Ind.); Flint Lake (Ind.);
    • This is Reinhart Tauck's typewritten account of a Blue Hole called Bullseye Lake in Porter County near Valparaiso, Indiana. Supposedly a man drove his horse and buggy into the blue hole. The remains of the buggy were found in FLint Lake two miles...
    • Evil eye

    • Evil Eye; Magic; Supernatural;
    • This is Diane Faiella's typewritten variant of belief in the Evil Eye, collected by Jim Allen. This document lists ways to contract and cure the Evil Eye.
    • Evil eye

    • Evil eye; Magic; Supernatural;
    • This is Mrs. M. Guiden's typewritten variant of belief in the Evil Eye. This document lists several ways to banish the Evil Eye.
    • Spook Light Hill

    • Hills; Ghosts; Searching; Light; lanterns; Supernatural;
    • This is Bill Tillson's typewritten variant of the legend of Spook Light Hill in Clay County near Brazil Indiana, collected by Joe Pagurko. According to legend, a man went missing one night. The light near the hill is his wife searching for him.
    • Spook Light Hill

    • Hills; Light; Accidents; Decapitations; Ghosts; Supernatural;
    • This is Paul Johnson's typewritten variant of the legend of Spook Light Hill in Clay County near Brazil Indiana, collected by Gene Briner. According to legend, a young couple was driving through the country and crashed on a bridge. The girl was...
    • Spook Light Hill

    • Hills; Light; lanterns; Searching; Ghosts; Supernatural;
    • This is Kim Del Fabro's typewritten variant of the legend of Spook Light Hill in Clay County near Brazil Indiana, collected by Teresa Fout. According to legend, there is a hill where a family lost a child in the woods outside of Brazil Indiana. The...
    • Spook Light Hill

    • Hills; Light; lanterns; Ghosts; Supernatural;
    • This is Terri Kuhns's typewritten variant of the legend of Spook Light Hill in Clay County near Brazil Indiana. According to legend, a man was lost one evening and now his wife searches for him with a latern.
    • Spook Light Hill

    • Hills; lanterns; Light; Ghosts; Missing persons; Searching; Supernatural;
    • This is Jackie Eckert's typewritten variant of the legend of Spook Light Hill in Clay County near Brazil Indiana, collected by Janet Price. According to legend, a woman left her farmhouse to search for a cow and fell into a well. Now her husband...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Joseph Lesniak's transcribed interview of Dennis Ruhland about Wooly. According to Ruhland, Wooly lives under a bridge in East Chicago, Indiana, because he doesn't want to pay taxes.
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Joseph Lesniak's transcribed interview of James Treece about Wooly. Treece states that Wooly Bully lives under a bridge in East Chicago, Indiana. It is stated that Wolly lives there because his wife died and he was never the same after her death.
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Joseph Lesniak's transcribed interview of Mrs. Zembrowski about Wooly. Mrs. Zembrowski said that Wooly is crazy and needs to be taken off of the streets. She states that he killed his wife, but no one can prove that.
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Joseph Lesniak's transcribed interview of John Bardman's account of Wooly Bully. Bardman states that Wooly lives under a bridge over the Little Calumet River and that Wooly lives there because he got shell shock in the war.

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