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In , Eason started "Antoinette's Haunted History Tours" which showcases many of Alton's remaining landmarks and their supposed connection to the supernatural. We couldn't find you quickly enough! Then there's the case of Paula Sims. The only evidence the law even exists is that taverns no longer furnish its customers with ashtrays.
Tuesday, July 31, 2012