unknown history bobprin posted:5/15/2014 7:35:20 AM Every now and again I run across something really bizarre. In november, 1804 a young woman in Stratford, Va. Fell gravely ill. The doctors tried to help but she was pronounced dead. She was not embalmed and her casket placed in the family vault. One WEEK later a worker entered the vault to remove the old wilted flowers. He heard a low moan coming from the coffin. He opened the lid and the corpse opened her eyes. She returned home to her astonished husband. One year later on January 19, 1807 she gave birth to a baby boy. They named him Robert Edward Lee. The rest is history.gary107 posted:5/17/2014 11:20:28 AM how can such a story be true? Link, please.bobprin posted:5/18/2014 7:03:25 AM Gary, I found this in a pulp newsletter called Rampage, the date was May 1972. I found this in an old camp we are razing along with all kinds of very lame sex stuff from that era. It must be true!gary107 posted:5/18/2014 11:15:58 AM save the very lame sex stuff from 1972, it might prove to be worth something.bobprin posted:5/18/2014 6:30:25 PM Ok, I will. The jokes are so bad I see why they went out of print.gary107 posted:5/19/2014 9:17:03 AM you read some material and you just have to say to yourself: was this worth killing a tree over? When I figure how it is done I will get hour book. How are sells, reviews?gary107 posted:5/20/2014 7:06:25 AM / I will pay someone for your book, who is the publisher?bobprin posted:5/20/2014 4:49:57 PM Trafford publishing. Sales are good in the local area, doing a book signing on june 7th. No reviews yet. Did you know they must be paid for?gary107 posted:5/20/2014 10:47:54 PM do not ever pay for a review. that will cause so much trouble.bobprin posted:5/21/2014 9:42:20 AM I don't know what to think about reviews. You pick up any book and there is a list of happy accolades saying how wonderful this book is and then you find out it sucks. I haven't heard any bad comments yet and those that have read it, liked it. I know I didn't waste any words in it which accounts for its small size, (144 pages) but I'm telling a story not describing objects or attire to the point you're saying enough already. One lady told me in an email that she liked it so much that at tge end she sat there for a minute and went back to read the last three or four chapters again. Now to me that is cool.gary107 posted:5/22/2014 8:25:59 AM that is the best review I have ever read. I will buy it. Please log in or become a member to add a post.