I've never seen "The Exorcist" either, but I have an experience that involves the case. About 20 years ago, I was attending a basketball practice on the campus of Saint Louis University at the "Blue Gym" (an older gym on campus). After the practice while leaving the gym, our SLU host told us that DuBourg Hall (where the exorcism supposedly occurred) was right across a narrow driveway from our location. The SLU host continued to say that the room where the exorcism supposedly occurred is permanently boarded up. Whether this story is true or just urban legend, our traveling group didn't take any chances. We exited the "Blue Gym" and stayed on our side of the drive not wanting to get anywhere near the location of the alleged exorcism. Whether this account of the exorcism is true or not, it was a little creepy hearing it while being at that location.I never saw"The Exorcist".
I just saw the latest incarnation of ", When a Stranger Calls". It scared me even though I knew what was coming!
"Have you checked the children?"
Sad to hear that another old Brown has passed away. I think that back in those days, I knew the uniform number of almost all the Brownies.Former Brown all-pro corner back Bernie Parish, one of the first and more out spoken of the early player advocates for players' rights has passed away at the age of 83. His father-in-law, Dr Congleton, was my English grammas teacher at the then Findlay College. Had him my last quarter, spring of '74. Tough.
I can still hear Ken Coleman announcing the starting lineups and saying "for the Browns, #30, Bernie Parrish". Oh, the Brownies were tough back then. Bernie was quite the athlete.Sad to hear that another old Brown has passed away. I think that back in those days, I knew the uniform number of almost all the Brownies.
RIP Bernie Parrish!
Sorry coldshoulder, but those were the glory days that we can all share. The Browns had quite a run in the old days. Hopefully, the good times will return.Dawg-gone you OWK...I was just gonna post the names and uniform #'s of every starter, both offensively and defensively, for the 1964 championship Browns--which I proudly remember 55 years later!! But that pic stole my thunder. I was at the '64 championship game with my father, his friend, and my older brother--I was 9 years old at the time!!...and have been a Browns fan ever since.
Great question, Bevo. I'll answer it very honestly.Monclova Steve - Last night I watched a TV murder mystery show. The crime occurred in Metamora (Evergreen High School was mentioned). That has to be up in your neck of the woods. Since you are originally from SW Ohio, how do you compare it with living in NW Ohio. Just wondering!
Here are a couple of photos to celebrate Grace Slick's 80th birthday (Then and Now):"When the end of the world comes, I want to be in Cincinnati because it's always twenty years behind the times."
Yes Bevo, Grace was a model for three years in the San Francisco. I remember the night in 1972 when she got arrested in Akron:"Don't you want somebody to love. Don't you need somebody to love? Wouldn't you love somebody to love?" Looks like a woman from my recent 50th. class reunion - although I did see that Gace was born in 1939 - wow! I believe she worked as a model, also.
ROCK ON!"All rock-and-rollers over the age of 50 look stupid and should retire."