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01-09-11

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Guest host Whitley Strieber (email) was joined by psi researcher, author, and experiencer, Starfire Tor, who discussed time anomalies as well as her predictions for 2011. Anne Strieber also joined the conversation to discuss a time shift experience that was shared by the Striebers and Tor during a visit to the Magic Castle in Los Angeles.

The trio recounted their experience and explained that, during this particular event, Anne and Tor went to use the ladies’ room at the Magic Castle while Whitley waited outside. Despite the bathroom being empty when they entered it and Whitley outside watching the door, a woman somehow appeared inside the room and exited behind Anne when she left. Recalling the event, an incredulous Anne pondered that "she had not been in there, so how could she have come out of there?" Having investigated the building to make sure that there was no potential for chicanery by the resident magicians, Tor concluded that "the elements of at least two co-existing time lines were edited together." Based on her investigation and documentation of the case as well as the fact that it was experienced by three people, Tor asserted that it is "the most important one that has ever been known to happen."

Tor, who made a number of correct predictions for 2010 such as the plane crash which killed the Polish president as well as the Icelandic volcano eruption, shared some of her precognitive visions for 2011. She predicted that it will be announced that a "new science" has been discovered, which can be used to rebuff incoming objects like meteors or asteroids. According to Tor, this new technology will also be used to restore the ozone layer and cleanse the atmosphere as well. "These are all the strides you can look forward to in 2011," she declared. Additionally, she foresees the status of cetaceans, like whales and dolphins, will change "from animal to non-human person." This change in perspective will constitute an "important step" for humans which will eventually lead to "public ET contact."

Mysterious Animal Deaths

In the first hour, researcher Joseph P. Farrell shared his thoughts on the massive, worldwide wave of bird and fish deaths. He suggested that the events could be caused by either weather manipulation or the testing of electromagnetic technology such as HAARP. Given the variety of species that have been affected, Farrell ruled out biological weapons as a possible cause for the deaths. He also observed that the wave of animal deaths has had a sociological effect, where "it seems to be planting a meme, in the cultural consciousness, of dire apocalyptic things happening."

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In an effort to draw tourists’ attention away from the endangered reefs of the Caribbean, a Mexico-based artist has created an amazing underwater sculpture garden. Dubbed "The Silent Evolution," the project features a vast array of life-size sculptures created from casts of actual people living in the area. More on the story, including additional photos, here.


Ancient Mysteries & Parallel Dimensions – Shows – Coast to Coast AM

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Ancient Mysteries & Parallel Dimensions

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Date: 10-18-10
Host: George Noory
Guests: Graham Hancock, Dr. Philip Stahel

Author and investigator Graham Hancock talked about his research into ancient mysteries, supernatural beings, and parallel realms. He discussed the archaeological discovery of the megalithic site at Gobekli Tepe in Turkey, dating back almost 12,000 years old. On a scale like Stonehenge (though far older), “the site is constructed out of giant stones which have been carved very precisely often with reliefs of animals and strange supernatural figures,” he noted. There is no context for a site like this in archaeological study; “it just seems to come out of nowhere…in a fully formed, incredibly impressive state,” almost like a buried time capsule, he said.

Our world could be interpenetrated by other dimensions or realms that are most often undetectable, Hancock stated, adding that this could account for the UFO phenomenon which seems quite elusive. These other dimensions could also include the spirit world. He cited how cave paintings dating back thousands of years depicted spirit or supernatural beings. During the medieval era people spoke about fairies, elves, and the realms they inhabited, while today alien abduction and UFO craft are reported. What we’re seeing is actually one phenomena “viewed through different cultural spectacles” that originates in a parallel dimension or realm, he explained.

He also talked about his recent novel Entangled, which deals with time travel, NDEs, and the supernatural. Interestingly, in his book he featured neanderthal characters who were compassionate, and now well after he wrote the work, scientific reports have just emerged that suggest neanderthals were indeed nurturing and caring, and not the brutish thugs most people picture.

Botched Surgeries

First half-hour guest, Dr. Philip Stahel talked about the increase in botched surgeries, specifically wrong side (of the body), and wrong patient operations. He noted the importance of following the correct protocol such as writing the word “yes” in permanent marker on the part of the body to be operated on, as well as the patient being proactive about a hospital’s quality assurance process.

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October 13, 2010
Haunted Doll in Maine

At a home in York County, Maine, Paul Eno believes a spirit ‘parasite’ may have been able to interact from another dimension. The pictured doll has been caught on video moving, “at the apparent behest of the parasite,” Eno writes. More here.

Findings – Discovering the Virtues of a Wandering Mind – NYTimes.com.

Discovering the Virtues of a Wandering Mind

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At long last, the doodling daydreamer is getting some respect.

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In the past, daydreaming was often considered a failure of mental discipline, or worse. Freud labeled it infantile and neurotic. Psychology textbooks warned it could lead to psychosis. Neuroscientists complained that the rogue bursts of activity on brain scans kept interfering with their studies of more important mental functions.

But now that researchers have been analyzing those stray thoughts, they’ve found daydreaming to be remarkably common — and often quite useful. A wandering mind can protect you from immediate perils and keep you on course toward long-term goals. Sometimes daydreaming is counterproductive, but sometimes it fosters creativity and helps you solve problems.

Consider, for instance, these three words: eye, gown, basket. Can you think of another word that relates to all three? If not, don’t worry for now. By the time we get back to discussing the scientific significance of this puzzle, the answer might occur to you through the “incubation effect” as your mind wanders from the text of this article — and, yes, your mind is probably going to wander, no matter how brilliant the rest of this column is.

Mind wandering, as psychologists define it, is a subcategory of daydreaming, which is the broad term for all stray thoughts and fantasies, including those moments you deliberately set aside to imagine yourself winning the lottery or accepting the Nobel. But when you’re trying to accomplish one thing and lapse into “task-unrelated thoughts,” that’s mind wandering.

During waking hours, people’s minds seem to wander about 30 percent of the time, according to estimates by psychologists who have interrupted people throughout the day to ask what they’re thinking. If you’re driving down a straight, empty highway, your mind might be wandering three-quarters of the time, according to two of the leading researchers, Jonathan Schooler and Jonathan Smallwood of the University of California, Santa Barbara.

“People assume mind wandering is a bad thing, but if we couldn’t do it during a boring task, life would be horrible,” Dr. Smallwood says. “Imagine if you couldn’t escape mentally from a traffic jam.”

You’d be stuck contemplating the mass of idling cars, a mental exercise that is much less pleasant than dreaming about a beach and much less useful than mulling what to do once you get off the road. There’s an evolutionary advantage to the brain’s system of mind wandering, says Eric Klinger, a psychologist at the University of Minnesota and one of the pioneers of the field.

“While a person is occupied with one task, this system keeps the individual’s larger agenda fresher in mind,” Dr. Klinger writes in the “Handbook of Imagination and Mental Simulation. “It thus serves as a kind of reminder mechanism, thereby increasing the likelihood that the other goal pursuits will remain intact and not get lost in the shuffle of pursuing many goals.”

Of course, it’s often hard to know which agenda is most evolutionarily adaptive at any moment. If, during a professor’s lecture, students start checking out peers of the opposite sex sitting nearby, are their brains missing out on vital knowledge or working on the more important agenda of finding a mate? Depends on the lecture.

But mind wandering clearly seems to be a dubious strategy, if, for example, you’re tailgating a driver who suddenly brakes. Or, to cite activities that have actually been studied in the laboratory, when you’re sitting by yourself reading “War and Peace” or “Sense and Sensibility.”

If your mind is elsewhere while your eyes are scanning Tolstoy’s or Austen’s words, you’re wasting your own time. You’d be better off putting down the book and doing something more enjoyable or productive than “mindless reading,” as researchers call it.

Yet when people sit down in a laboratory with nothing on the agenda except to read a novel and report whenever their mind wanders, in the course of a half hour they typically report one to three episodes. And those are just the lapses they themselves notice, thanks to their wandering brains being in a state of “meta-awareness,” as it’s called by Dr. Schooler,

He, and other researchers have also studied the many other occasions when readers aren’t aware of their own wandering minds, a condition known in the psychological literature as “zoning out.” (For once, a good bit of technical jargon.) When experimenters sporadically interrupted people reading to ask if their minds were on the text at that moment, about 10 percent of the time people replied that their thoughts were elsewhere — but they hadn’t been aware of the wandering until being asked about it.

“It’s daunting to think that we’re slipping in and out so frequently and we never notice that we were gone,” Dr. Schooler says. “We have this intuition that the one thing we should know is what’s going on in our minds: I think, therefore I am. It’s the last bastion of what we know, and yet we don’t even know that so well.”

The frequency of zoning out more than doubled in reading experiments involving smokers who craved a cigarette and in people who were given a vodka cocktail before taking on “War and Peace.” Besides increasing the amount of mind wandering, the people made alcohol less likely to notice when their minds wandered from Tolstoy’s text.

In another reading experiment, researchers mangled a series of consecutive sentences by switching the position of two of nouns in each one — the way that “alcohol” and “people” were switched in the last sentence of the previous paragraph. In the laboratory experiment, even though the readers were told to look for sections of gibberish somewhere in the story, only half of them spotted it right away. The rest typically read right through the first mangled sentence and kept going through several more before noticing anything amiss.

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To measure mind wandering more directly, Dr. Schooler and two psychologists at the University of Pittsburgh, Erik D. Reichle and Andrew Reineberg, used a machine that tracked the movements of people’s eyes while reading “Sense and Sensibility” on a computer screen. It’s probably just as well that Jane Austen is not around to see the experiment’s results, which are to appear in a forthcoming issue of Psychological Science.

By comparing the eye movements with the prose on the screen, the experimenters could tell if someone was slowing to understand complex phrases or simply scanning without comprehension. They found that when people’s mind wandered, the episode could last as long as two minutes.

Where exactly does the mind go during those moments? By observing people at rest during brain scans, neuroscientists have identified a “default network” that is active when people’s minds are especially free to wander. When people do take up a task, the brain’s executive network lights up to issue commands, and the default network is often suppressed.

But during some episodes of mind wandering, both networks are firing simultaneously, according to a study led by Kalina Christoff of the University of British Columbia. Why both networks are active is up for debate. One school theorizes that the executive network is working to control the stray thoughts and put the mind back on task.

Another school of psychologists, which includes the Santa Barbara researchers, theorizes that both networks are working on agendas beyond the immediate task. That theory could help explain why studies have found that people prone to mind wandering also score higher on tests of creativity, like the word-association puzzle mentioned earlier. Perhaps, by putting both of the brain networks to work simultaneously, these people are more likely to realize that the word that relates to eye, gown and basket is ball, as in eyeball, ball gown and basketball.

To encourage this creative process, Dr. Schooler says, it may help if you go jogging, take a walk, do some knitting or just sit around doodling, because relatively undemanding tasks seem to free your mind to wander productively. But you also want to be able to catch yourself at the Eureka moment.

“For creativity you need your mind to wander,” Dr. Schooler says, “but you also need to be able to notice that you’re mind wandering and catch the idea when you have it. If Archimedes had come up with a solution in the bathtub but didn’t notice he’d had the idea, what good would it have done him?”


UFOs & the Paranormal – Shows – Coast to Coast AM.

Writer and media personality Lee Speigel discussed his research and interviews in the field of ufology, as well as his efforts to bring the subject of UFOs to the United Nations. His 1975 album (now available as an audio CD) features his conversations with such notables as Major Donald Keyhoe who said the “government and military have been lying to us all these years” about UFOs, and offered to bring pilots forward that had encounters. Betty Hill was also interviewed about her abduction in this project. Interestingly, Speigel noted that at the time of the Betty & Barney Hill abduction, radar picked up an unknown object in their vicinity in New Hampshire.

Speigel was commissioned by the country of Grenada to make a major presentation on UFOs for the United Nations in 1978. One of the materials he looked at in his preparation was a 1968 physics manual for Air Force cadets– the book had a section on UFOs and suggested they were a global phenomena that had been going on for thousands of years. Further, the book suggested we were likely being visited by 3-4 different species of aliens, at various stages of development.

His UN presentation was a closed-door meeting with Sec. Gen. Kurt Waldheim in attendance and such luminaries as Jacques Vallee, Gordon Cooper, and J. Allen Hynek speaking, as well as Maj. Larry Coyne, a helicopter pilot who had a terrifying UFO encounter in 1973. Grenada’s Prime Minister Eric Gairy led a press conference after the presentation that was not well received, and the proposal to further study UFOs was later tabled, Speigel recounted. He also talked about his interest in other paranormal and spiritual subjects such as firewalking and channeling.
Noah’s Ark Update

In the first hour, journalist Joe Kovacs and curator Richard Rives reacted to the possible discovery of the remains of Noah’s Ark. A 15-member team from Hong Kong and Turkey went up Mount Ararat and found a cave which they excavated and uncovered wooden specimens, Kovacs detailed. Rives talked about a previous investigation which found a fossilized boat-shaped object in another mountainous region of Turkey. For more on the new discovery, see Kovacs’ WND report, as well as the article below.

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UFOs & the Paranormal – Shows – Coast to Coast AM.

Writer and media personality Lee Speigel discussed his research and interviews in the field of ufology, as well as his efforts to bring the subject of UFOs to the United Nations. His 1975 album (now available as an audio CD) features his conversations with such notables as Major Donald Keyhoe who said the “government and military have been lying to us all these years” about UFOs, and offered to bring pilots forward that had encounters. Betty Hill was also interviewed about her abduction in this project. Interestingly, Speigel noted that at the time of the Betty & Barney Hill abduction, radar picked up an unknown object in their vicinity in New Hampshire.

Speigel was commissioned by the country of Grenada to make a major presentation on UFOs for the United Nations in 1978. One of the materials he looked at in his preparation was a 1968 physics manual for Air Force cadets– the book had a section on UFOs and suggested they were a global phenomena that had been going on for thousands of years. Further, the book suggested we were likely being visited by 3-4 different species of aliens, at various stages of development.

His UN presentation was a closed-door meeting with Sec. Gen. Kurt Waldheim in attendance and such luminaries as Jacques Vallee, Gordon Cooper, and J. Allen Hynek speaking, as well as Maj. Larry Coyne, a helicopter pilot who had a terrifying UFO encounter in 1973. Grenada’s Prime Minister Eric Gairy led a press conference after the presentation that was not well received, and the proposal to further study UFOs was later tabled, Speigel recounted. He also talked about his interest in other paranormal and spiritual subjects such as firewalking and channeling.
Noah’s Ark Update

In the first hour, journalist Joe Kovacs and curator Richard Rives reacted to the possible discovery of the remains of Noah’s Ark. A 15-member team from Hong Kong and Turkey went up Mount Ararat and found a cave which they excavated and uncovered wooden specimens, Kovacs detailed. Rives talked about a previous investigation which found a fossilized boat-shaped object in another mountainous region of Turkey. For more on the new discovery, see Kovacs’ WND report, as well as the article below.

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 From the Shadows

True tales of the Paranormal

by Jason Offutt

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

 

Encounters With The Hat Man

George was about 10 years old when a friend’s mother spoke of a vision she’d had. A man with a tall black hat and trench coat approached her in the darkness.
“She referred to him as ‘Death,’” George said. “That was his name for whatever he represented. It wasn’t good.”
The image that story implanted in George’s head manifested itself into his life a few years later.
“I had my own vision of this same man,” George said. “He was pure evil with a very cold deep look in his eyes. I had to rebuke him in the name of Jesus to go away. It was very frightening.”
But it wasn’t until George’s family moved from Alaska to Texas that he discovered he wasn’t the only member of his family who had seen this entity.
“Years later, my mom started to tell me of a vision that had woken her up in the middle of the night of a man standing at the foot of her bed,” he said. “I was in shock. It was so chilling we were talking about the same old man.”
But George had never told his mother of his encounter and he doesn’t want to have another one.
“I haven’t seen him since that one time in Alaska,” George said. “I wonder, what does it mean? Who is this man many people see? Whoever he is he is pure evil and nothing good. Maybe he’s a worker for Satan to test us.”
George and his mother had seen an entity many have dubbed The Hat Man. This being is generally a shadow-black, slightly out-of-proportion, sometimes two-dimensional entity that often wears a trench coat, cape, or long out-of-date suit, and can appear and vanish without a trace.
This usually-threatening entity has been labeled a ghost, a Shadow Person or a demon – such as this explanation from an anonymous reader of “From The Shadows.”
“The men of darkness – or men of old, or men of perdition – do not reveal themselves. They are revealed by another to warn those that they come to discourage of their presence,” Anonymous wrote. “They have no fear of men. They only fear the One that has the power to send them to the abyss before the time. They flee at the mention of the Name that is above all names.”
Denise lounged on the sofa in her grandmother’s house one day when she was 17 and saw something at the window.
“I didn’t care about that because I did think it was just an impression,” she said. But it wasn’t. “I got up and went to the kitchen to drink water and was coming back, and I had the clear impression of a man in the window with a very long hat and a long coat. It was possible even to see the contour of his face, but it was not a human face, (it was) a horrendous one with a bad smile.”
Then the image vanished quickly enough Denise doubted she had seen it – until she spoke with her grandmother and aunt who were chatting in the next room.
“I told my aunt what I saw, it was black, like a shadow, well-defined contours outside of the window,” she said. “It was like he was trying to hear something, you know?”
Both women looked at Denise, terror painting their faces.
“She asked me to describe it,” Denise said. “Both said to me they saw the very same thing.”
Delta Elise, now in her 50s, was 11 or 12 and living in Austin, Texas, when she met the Hat Man.
“I came home after being out running around in the neighborhood with my friends,” she said. “I went to bed very tired and since I was the oldest girl, I got the bigger side of the bedroom with my own bed which faced the window with the curtains.”
As she lie there, looking at the curtains, the curtains moved.
“The top right hand side of the curtains moved aside as if someone was moving it with their hand,” she said. “And then there appeared to me a very tall man in a long black cape or trench coat with what I call a witch’s hat with the top cut off just standing there. Even though his appearance was dark and I couldn’t really see any eyes, I knew it was staring right at me.”
Delta Elise pulled the covers over her eyes and eventually fell asleep, but woke up shaking in fear.
“The house we lived in was definitely haunted but this was the scariest part of living there,” she said. “I always see Shadow People. It never stops and I always feel a presence in my back seat. I also always feel something touching me or calling my name.”
Copyright 2009 by Jason Offutt
Got a scary story? Ever played with a Ouija board, heard voices, seen a ghost, UFO or a creature you couldn’t identify? Let Jason know about it: Jason Offutt c/o The Examiner, 410 S. Liberty, Independence, Mo. 64050, or jasonoffutt@hotmail.com. Your story might make an upcoming installment of “From the Shadows.”
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12 comments:
Anonymous said…
That’s creepy! Men-in-Black, Familiar Spirits, The Trickster messing with us? I don’t know…..but The Hat Man sure is creepy!
Thanks for sharing that!
~ Susan

6:52 PM
Mike and Julie said…
The Hat Man sounds like a very scary shadow person. Personally I don’t like them, they give me the creeps. I have seen what I think was a shadow person outside my house, a couple of times, but it moved to quickly for me to be sure. Interesting story.
Julie

8:07 PM
Eagle Feather said…
That’s a creepy story. It makes me think of all the creepy things I have seen in my house. I hope you never see the Hat Man again!

9:03 PM
Anonymous said…
My sister and I saw the hat man several times as children in West Virginia. The description of the curtain moving gave me chills, it is so very reminescent of my experience.

7:14 AM
Anonymous said…
kinda funny, one day my hubby told me a about a Colombian ‘saint’ that appears in a shadow with a fadora(sp?)hat, and the myth was he showed up to watch over kids or something like that. Sounds kinda like hat man, lol.

8:27 AM
Anonymous said…
Seen him twice, once in Tx, once in Ok.

8:55 AM
Stephen Cochrane said…
That’s just freaky. I’ve seen things out of the corner of my eye before, but if I ever saw this guy face to face I know I’d never fall asleep again

9:19 AM
Anonymous said…
I saw him 2 years ago, out of the corner of my eyes. He moved from one room of our house and went into a room we use as a spare room. We found out later that our cat had leukemia. Sometimes I think these entities are forerunners for disaster and death.

11:49 AM
Anonymous said…
I never saw the Hatman, but last year there was a shadow person in my bedroom hiding behind the end of the bed – playing hide a seek with me. You can always tell when the shadow people are around. The feeling they bring with them is pure evil. Definitely different from a ‘regular’ ghost.

11:58 AM
Anonymous said…
Baron Samedi?

12:06 PM
Anonymous said…
My retired mother and father moved to small town in western Montana, located in the Flathead Valley back in the early 1990’s, that her father used to live in before he passed away.
My mother and father’s health was not real great at the time, as my father was suffering from the early stages of Alzheimer’s and my mother had her own health issues (both have since passed away, my father in 1992 and my mother in 1996).
One night at around 3am, she awoke in the darkened living room where she had fallen asleep in the couch watching TV, having shut the TV off before falling asleep a few hours earlier.
She was startled and frightened when she awoke to see a man dressed in a black suit, wearing a black derby style hat, with no visible face standing next to the couch starring down at her.
Paralyzed in terror and disbelief, she gazed back thinking she was dreaming or imagining this figure. She said this went on for a minute or two before the figure eventually vanished.
She was still shaken when she told me the story the next day.
Very creepy, I hope to never have such an experience.
She was a braver women than me, I would have been out of there.

12:16 PM
Anonymous said…
I saw him when I was a little girl playing in my house. He was outside the door and he was looking in at me. He had a hat and dark glasses on. I started screaming and my parents ran in but he was gone.

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This photo was taken on November 15, 2008 by the Paranormal Activity Testing Society during an investigation of the West Virginia Penitentiary (Moundsville Prison). This photo was taken in the cafeteria just 2 hours into the investigation. When this photo was taken, there were only 3 of our investigators present and no one else.
For those of you not familiar with the set up of the room, I will try to explain. RW was sitting in the floor, against the wall and would have been behind the figure. Pamela, the one who took the photo, was also sitting down in the floor asking questions in attempts to gather some EVP and snapping random photos. Patrick, our lead investigator, was standing against the wall on the far right. He was shining an IR light across the room so that Pamela could take photos. We asked "Can you show us were you are by making some noise?" they heard something that sounded like shuffling feet. That is when Pamela snapped the photo.
During a break, we skimmed through our photos and VOILA!! There he was! We are still just amazed. And notice the similarities between our Shadow man and the infamous hallway Shadow man captured by the prison’s resident paranormal investigator.
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This photo was taken on November 15, 2008 by the Paranormal Activity Testing Society during an investigation of the West Virginia Penitentiary (Moundsville Prison). This photo was taken in the cafeteria just 2 hours into the investigation. When this photo was taken, there were only 3 of our investigators present and no one else.
For those of you not familiar with the set up of the room, I will try to explain. RW was sitting in the floor, against the wall and would have been behind the figure. Pamela, the one who took the photo, was also sitting down in the floor asking questions in attempts to gather some EVP and snapping random photos. Patrick, our lead investigator, was standing against the wall on the far right. He was shining an IR light across the room so that Pamela could take photos. We asked "Can you show us were you are by making some noise?" they heard something that sounded like shuffling feet. That is when Pamela snapped the photo.
During a break, we skimmed through our photos and VOILA!! There he was! We are still just amazed. And notice the similarities between our Shadow man and the infamous hallway Shadow man captured by the prison’s resident paranormal investigator.
–Pamela Tackett
contact@patsofficial.com

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18,000 men make up this 1918 photo of people lined up to represent the Statue of Liberty.

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