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"sara black" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"sara black" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Celebrating 100 years of public service to New England. This is WBC news radio on my heart radio station. 34 degrees in Boston. Right now. Mostly cloudy and very breezy at 12 30. Good afternoon to you on the Sunday I'm teen Eagle and Here's what's happening Well, Winter weather seems to be on a lot of people's minds today. Snow and freezing drizzle and parts of our region just rain for the South Shore and Cape and islands. WBZ TV meteorologist Sara Black Sea says. We're in for a pretty rough weather pattern this week for us this battle between the colder air and warmer air, creating moisture creating storms, and this is like Roadway right into New England four storms this week again that was WBZ TV meteorologist Sarah Robe, Lusky and Massachusetts isn't the on least a bracing for severe weather with about 47 states under weather alerts, CBS News meteorologist Jeff Farraday Ellie reports that winter storms will bring very cold temperatures to the areas in their path all across the nation. The coldest air that we've seen in years is invading the U. S. The polar vortexes right along the US Canadian border that Been sitting and spinning for days. But it's about to unleash its cold air all the way South deep into the heart of Texas, all the way to northern Mexico and straight down to the Gulf Coast. Not only does that mean a lot of snow and ice, but very dangerous cold temperatures, the full forecast for the Boston area coming up for you, and traffic and weather together on the threes after Paul Newman's camp for Children in Connecticut is damaged in a fire, let's find out more Friday Fire at the hole in the Wall Gang camp in Ashford, Conn. Burned self Real buildings, the arts and crafts, woodshop cooking zone and camp store buildings. All destroyed Camp spokesperson Ryan Thompson. First of all, we are deeply grateful that no one was injured. We don't know what caused.

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"sara black" Discussed on Lore

Lore

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"sara black" Discussed on Lore

"It was built before the war and its story continued long after it was over the House that stands today at at four. Oh One Baltimore street was constructed in the early eighteen hundreds by its original owner. A man named John McFarland who lived there until his death in eighteen fifty one is death however would be the first of many to take place in the life of the home he built today. It's known as the Farnsworth House in but in July eighteen eighteen sixty three when the armies of the north and the south converged upon the community there in Gettysburg the house was owned by Harvey Sweeney and his wife Catherine a live there with their daughter Elizabeth as well as some lodgers who rented a room but when the union forces arrived they also took on larger duties. Those Union troops needed space as for supplies and safe medical care and set up camp at the Baltimore Street Hus- but after just one day of fighting the union had lost ground and the sweeneys home became a meeting in place for the confederates instead. In fact it said that southern sharpshooters actually fired at the northern line from within the house literally placing part of the battle inside sweeny home for three days. The sweeneys were forced to stay away from the House and probably wondered. If they would ever get back we can look back today and know that the battle would end on July third but to those in the middle of it must've seemed like a new reality with little hope thankfully on July fourth. They were able to return but it wasn't a warm welcome. According to the stories told about the House Catherine and Elizabeth where the first step back inside and when they did they discovered a scene of horror and destruction. The interior of the home was in disarray. Windows were broken. Furniture had been destroyed and blood was everywhere including the walls. That wasn't the worst of it though. They apparently discovered a room on the second floor. That was absolutely covered in blood blood. And when they examined more closely they noticed drag marks that led out into the hall and then down the stairs following the red smears. They were led to the cellar earlier where they discovered a horrifying scene. The bodies of two confederate soldiers one of which had nearly been decapitated. Most people have assumed that these two soldiers orders had been stationed in the upstairs room. Sharpshooters but had retreated after being mortally wounded a retreat that led them to the dark silence of the houses seller and that same seller has been reported to be the location of a number of unusual things over the years. Some claim that an aggressive confederate spirit fills the place which which some are quick to blame on the two bodies that the sweeney women had discovered there. But there's also a mysterious mirror down there that seems to have a mind of its own leans lanes against one of the walls down in the cellar and while it doesn't have a menacing appearance many who have spent time with it. Come away feeling. Threatened and oppressed others have seen ghostly images behind themselves when looking into the mirror and some have even captured mysterious shapes on film. It's even been known to move overnight as has the plain in white sheet that sometimes covers it. It's not the only space in the house. That's reported to be haunted though upstairs on the second floor is a room known today as the Sara Black Room named after one of the previous owners of the building witnesses claimed visions have been so strong inside that room that they've even been photographed from the street below. Although I haven't been able to track down images back up that claim completely but if you ask most people in Gettysburg today what the most famous ghost is in the entire house nearly early everyone will agree that. It's Jeremy Legend says the Jeremy as the ghost of a young boy who died outside in the street due to a tragic carriage accident. The the injured boy was apparently brought inside for medical attention but passed away before he could be saved and perhaps because of his painful death. Some think the boy has simply refused. I used to move on and find peace. Interestingly the stories claim that the room he died in eventually became a bathroom. The bathroom in fact that's connected connected to the Sarah Black Room that I mentioned a moment ago. Jeremy has also been seen or felt in other parts of the house including the seller and the kitchen. But it's one particular the story that has left many people scratching their heads. And if it's true. It's more than a little frightening in another room in the house where Jeremy has been known to frequent. A red. Wooden toy box has been kept. Perhaps to let him know that he's still remembered. Once visitor used a recording device to listen in the room apparently captured a small. Quiet voice whispered Jeremy Red box later in that same room. Another visitor became frustrated by a table lamp that kept switching on and off. Despite everything they tried and making sure to press the button firmly until the light came on it would switchback off a few minutes later. It was only after hearing what they believe to be the gentle laughter of a small child that this guest decided to see if the lamp. Perhaps I had a faulty cord. They approached the table one more time and then knelt to trace the core down to the outlet where they hope to find an answer instead. They discovered something that caused them to catch their breath. The lamp you see hadn't even been plugged in.

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"sara black" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"sara black" Discussed on WJR 760

"To the program on this wednesday at going on right in week if he can fifty minutes this past weekend in the last thing report on americans losing jobs and having the indignity of having to train their replacement to began this way program created more than twenty five years ago allows american companies to fill gaps in the workforce from overseas was highly skilled employees who can't be found in the us many businesses used the program as intended but we discovered more and more are taking advantage of loopholes in the law to fire american workers and replaced him with younger cheaper temporary foreign workers with a twenty jesus joining us on the line are are some people or featured in that report which i felt fast thing sara black was a president of protect us workers board unknown attorney of the black well firm also professor the university of south florida and tampa hello sara i sara and there all double check that also on the line with us is craig d'angelo who work for north three ne utilities in connecticut and someone who losses job another train his foreign replacement la crag i thank you for coming our the so so let's begin with you of our week to week connecting us error i think a lot of americans have thought that when a hear stuff about the all we don't want foreigners coming into this country going to take american jobs that that they're frequently referring to people coming across the border illegally to take eight dollar in our jobs or media labor your condition and what happen is quite different your you you're dealing in and and higher tech types of jobs and in fact it is a replacement.

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"sara black" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"sara black" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Time now to talk christmas tree decorations earlier this month i spoke with bonnie mcknight who wrote a memoir told through christmas hornets and we just you to tulsa stories behind your favorite hornets joan bowl in wichita kansas toda su bad in on amended reminds are a pro younger brother gm who die twenty six years ago he made it when he was a kid it is one of the ugliest warren among some option on ball he took the kind of clay that you using elementary school and funded into a blah be pancake painted it completely black and then stuckey goes either of kindergartner first grade school picture on the oren amount and the picture is the only part of that worn amount that is not able and every year he was so proud of this morning that he would hang it and the front of our family christmas tree and so began an annual battle between joan bone and her brother she would come home cb on him and on the front of the tree move it to the back then jim would walk in then move it back to the front don't bowens says they were always teasing each other and he could annoying like no other it was a great kid after tim died joan got to keep that on amount my mom gave it to me and told me that i could have it on the condition that it would be hung every year in the front of my tree and every year john bowman has kept that promise sara black of hurricane utah got hurt favorite on him and threw elicit means she told us about it over skype i totally stole a little christmas argument from my older shift there so it a little baby do this you to be seen offense joy didn't world across the top sir tell the she snagged it right off the christmas tree one year and now it's on her christmas tree in she feels a little guilty about it my head then make finding me have he fed that it's really wrong to have a stolen baby christmas straight but i think it's really que and.

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"sara black" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"sara black" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Don't go in says they were always teasing each other and he could annoying like no other it was a great kid after jim died joan got to keep that on amount my mom gave it to me and told me that i could have it on the condition that it would be hung every year in the front of my tree and every year jumbo in has kept that promise sara black of her akin utah got hurt favorite on him and threw elicit means she told us about it over skype i totally fall a little christmas or demand from my older shift action so if you're a little baby do this it's city seemed offense joy didn't world across the top saratoga she snagged it right off the christmas tree one year and now it's on her christmas tree in she feels a little guilty about it my head they make fun to me if you fedorov it's really wrong to have a stolen baby theaters up a christmas tree but i think it's really que and and have a lot of sense of mental value this color hicks era says her sister andrea still doesn't know about the fast or at least she didn't until now and she has a message for and let you and me i do worry but out for billy like you're christmas or demand and i don't want to get it back so don't make me and then hurt you know to us era added i also stole her eyebrow to users in college there really good reserves one more on him and story from jeffrey keith in denver before his family put on immense on their tree his mother followed a ritual meant to prevent decorating accidents each year should pick up a cheap glass ball and then she with swing get into the fire place and which smash everywhere and then she would announced triumph and we did it now we broken one ball we don't have to break anymore and jeffrey q's go does it usually worse.

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