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    • Normal Advance 1913

    • Journalism; Indiana State Normal School; Indiana State University; Education; Literature; College yearbooks;
    • A monthly journal written and published by the students and faculty of Indiana State Normal School. The last issue of the school year was dedicated to the graduating seniors and printed in the style of an annual yearbook.
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • A transcribed account of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Amy Heleine from an anonymous male informant. According the legend, Stiffy was a dog who died of heartbreak shortly after his master's death. He was then stuffed and placed inside...
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • A transcribed account of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Stewart A. Cole from an anonymous informant. According to the legend, Stiffy was a dog who was stuffed after he died and placed inside his master's tomb, which is located in...
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • A transcribed account of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Thomas F. Keohane III from an anonymous informant. According to the legend, Stiffy was a dog who died of heartbreak shortly after his master's death. He was then stuffed and placed...
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • Andrea Davis's transcribed account of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Kerrie Davis. According to the legend, Stiffy was a dog who was stuffed and placed in his master's tomb upon his master's death. Supposedly, the dog's eyes will glow...
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • Barbara Livingston's transcribed account of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Shawn Stoll. According to the legend, Stiffy was a dog who was stuffed and placed in his master's tomb when his master died. Supposedly, the ghost of the dog...
    • Normal Advance 1903

    • Journalism; Indiana State Normal School; Indiana State University; Education; Literature; College yearbooks;
    • A monthly journal written and published by the students and faculty of Indiana State Normal School. The last issue of the school year was dedicated to the graduating seniors and printed in the style of an annual yearbook.
    • Martin Sheets, phone in mausoleum

    • Telephones; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Fear; Buried Alive; Reincarnation; Highland Lawn Cemetery;
    • Bill Ringo's transcribed interview of Mrs. Chasteen's account of Martin Sheets and the phone in his mausoleum. According to Mrs. Chasteen, Martin Sheets wanted a phone in the mausoleum should he get a chance at a second life. Sheets didn't want to...
    • Martin Sheets, phone in mausoleum

    • Telephones; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Fear; Buried Alive; Reincarnation; Highland Lawn Cemetery;
    • Bill Ringo's transcribed interview of William Ridge's account of Martin Sheets' request to have a phone and whiskey put inside his mausoleum with him after death. William Ridge said that Martin Sheets believed that some people were chosen for a...
    • Martin Sheets, phone in mausoleum

    • Telephones; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Fear; Buried Alive; Reincarnation; Highland Lawn Cemetery;
    • Bob Milliron's transcribed interview of Vickie Gilbert's account of the telephone in the mausoleum. Vickie Gilbert said that a man from West Terre Haute, Indiana believed that someday he would come back to life and wanted a phone in his mausoleum...
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • Brian Brown's transcribed variant of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Richard L. Brown. according to this variant, Stiffy Green was a dog who belonged to a local man. After Stiffy took well to a stranger, his master became jealous and...
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • Bruce Branch's transcribed variant of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Brian Joesten. According to this variant, Stiffy was a dog who was stuffed and placed in his master's tomb when his master died. The ghost of the dog supposedly guards...
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Ghosts;
    • Candy DeReNee's transcribed account of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Bryan Martin. The legend tells of a dog named Stiffy Green that belonged to an elderly man. After the man's death, the dog was stuffed and placed in his mausoleum....
    • Martin Sheets, phone in mausoleum

    • Telephones; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Fear; Buried Alive; Reincarnation; Highland Lawn Cemetery;
    • Carolyn Sutliff's transcribed interview of Myrtle Sanders about Martin Sheets. Myrtle Sanders states that there is a pipe sticking out of a grave in Highland Lawn Cemetery in Terre Haute, Indiana. She said there was a man who was afraid of being...
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • Chandra Pershing's transcribed account of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Brian Simmerman. According to the legend, Stiffy was a dog who died of heartbreak shortly after his master's death. He was then stuffed and placed in the...
    • Martin Sheets, phone in mausoleum

    • Telephones; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Fear; Buried Alive; Reincarnation; Highland Lawn Cemetery;
    • Charles Baldwin's transcribed interview of an anonymous 76 year-old male. This account states that Sheets wanted to be buried with a phone and a bottle of whiskey. The phone was to call in case he woke up, and the whiskey was so he could have a...
    • Martin Sheets, phone in mausoleum

    • Telephones; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Fear; Buried Alive; Reincarnation; Highland Lawn Cemetery;
    • Cheryl Stryker's transcribed interview of Helen Dubbs' account of the phone in Martin Sheets' mausoleum. Martin Sheets had a telephone installed in his mausoleum because he was afraid he would be buried alive, and when he woke up no one would come...

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