1. Pyramid of Unas “The sword of Orion opens the doors of the sky. Before the doors close again the gate to the path Over the fire, beneath the holy ones as they grow dark As a falcon flies as a falcon flies, may Unis rise into this fire Beneath the holy ones as they…
The most fascinating stories from our past are those that involve just one or two people. They’re those moments that we’re able to put ourselves inside so we can ask if we’d handle a situation in the same way.
While most of us grew up with supermarkets and shopping malls already existing; some of us remember the family-run grocery stores where your options were often limited. Others might even have had the chance to grow their own food, but once general stores grew bigger and became more convenient, there was no way back. Still, the consumerist lifestyle as we know it didn't happen overnight, and we got where we are now gradually.
Well-known train robber in the South/Southwest, Reuben Houston Burrow, like Butch Cassidy and his gang, was hunted by the Pinkertons. When he was captured and shot in 1890 his body was paraded around to dissuade others from following his lead. #1890s #robbers #coffinphotos