The Roaring Twenties were in full swing in Miami, when the Cuban Consulate was established in NW Dade County. Cuban materials and labor were imported for its construction. Moorish arches and Spanish tiles exemplified a luxurious Cuban-style villa.
It was completed in time to survive the Hurricane of 1926 that ripped through Miami, and that same strange luck saved it from the wrecking ball as the years trudged by and the city grew around it.
Presently over a third of frogs and toads are found in rainforests around the world, but when it came to fossil records little or no records could be found of these amphibians. Like something straight out of the film Jurassic Park several fossils were found of frogs that lived over 99 million years ago trapped in a lump of amber.
Essential in exorcisms rites is backup, and the Vatican now uses all the modern tools at its disposal including a cellular phone to connect clergy to assistance and prayers.
One day in 1885, a man named Martin Nelson slaughtered seven innocent people in the town of Bonito, New Mexico. As the years passed, it became a ghost town destined to be flooded and it exists only in the depths of Bonito Lake. Like many mining town of the Southwest it has it share of ghost stories.
Stranger Than Fiction Stories by M.P. Pellicer