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01-24-2010, 11:09 PM
Post: #11
RE: Massachusetts
i ain't afraid of ghosts, challenge me to stay overnight in the lizzie borden bed and breakfast i'll gladly do it :3
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01-25-2010, 10:04 AM
Post: #12
RE: Massachusetts
(01-24-2010 11:09 PM)Shadow Fox Wrote:  i ain't afraid of ghosts, challenge me to stay overnight in the lizzie borden bed and breakfast i'll gladly do it :3


i wouldn't mind as well, but i find the prices too expensive when a tour is only 12.50. i much rather spend my money on something else.

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02-19-2012, 08:28 PM
Post: #13
RE: Massachusetts
Went to Lizzie's last year. I would highly recommend it for anyone in the Fall River, Massachusetts area. The tour is amazing, with so much detail... And yes you actually get to sit on the furniture (front room, and the spot where Mr. Borden was found dead)... And, Mr. Borden has such a great history too, very wealthy man. Alot more to this family, how about the uncle that came to stay with them for a short period of time and then vanished??? Wink.... it's a great tour!..... I plan to go again.

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02-19-2012, 10:20 PM
Post: #14
RE: Massachusetts
I watched a TV program quite a few years ago. "They left no stone unturned, mapping out Lizzy's actions." (I have a short story about the phrase using "unturned stones" in the Religion forum.)

When they presented a step by step analysis of the event, it was quite a bit disturbing. They claimed that Lizzie was very methodical and thorough. Watching her go through the steps made it perfectly clear that "she" had done some very analytical thinking, calculating like a computer, void of human feelings, like a robot.

I recall that they said her mother was the first victim, and her father's death immediately followed. Didn't Lizzy have a sister? Where was she? Blueoh

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