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.
Strolling down a country lane, one would think is the safest thing a person can do, however for one woman it was the most dangerous. Little did she think that by accident or design, the word "duck" would have saved her life.
Prickly skin, a feeling that you're being watched or there's someone standing right behind (when there isn't) and a drop in temperature are all the hallmarks that you are in the presence of the "other side". In Miami there are certain places where you're more likely to have these encounters.
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