Homes for Sale – 12748 BROGDON LN #L, Baton Rouge, LA 70816



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GATED AND COVERED PARKING!! CLOSE TO NEW HOSPITAL, RESTAURANTS, SHOPPING, SCHOOLS, AND CHURCHES. Well Maintained CONDO, END UNIT, with 2 bedrooms 1.5 baths, Fenced in Back Patio, TONS of Storage, Washer, Dryer, and Refrigerator included!! Beautiful Wood Blinds, Wood Burning Fireplace in Den, and Breakfast Bar in the Kitchen. This Condo DID NOT FLOOD, and was High and Dry for the Flood of 2016.

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Square Feet: 1234
Price: $1,100

MLS ID: 2018018054

For more information about this property, please contact Carol Schoemann at 225-615-7755 or [email protected] You can also text 5327075 to 67299.

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Haunted Cold Christmas Church ?



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This video features my visit to Little St. Mary’s Church known as Cold Christmas Church in Thundridge. Rumours exist that the Church was built on a north/south alignment instead of east/west as were many medievil Churches and this was said to be a sign of the devil and the reason it was demolished.
There have been several reports of paranormal activity in and around the tower, the only part of the church still remaining. Ghostly growling has been heard coming from the tower and a figure in black is said to stalk the graveyard are just some of the stories.
The last time I visited I did not enter the tower as I had nothing to light my way but my wife said I was chicken… hence my return…… what I found interesting also is the orb at 10.31 ish …. very strange…………

Temple Church Nashville 38th Founder’s Day Video



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Point Of Grace: The Great Divide (Live in Knoxville, TN)



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Point Of Grace performs the song “The Great Divide” from their second studio album, “The Whole Truth,” live at Grace Baptist Church in Knoxville, TN, on March 25, 2018.

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Oconee Hill Cemetery: A Hidden Athens Jewel



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Athens, Georgia historian and author Charlotte Thomas Marshall gives a slide tour of Oconee Hill Cemetery, where she has given walking tours for decades. The program was originally presented at Athens-Clarke County Library in May 2016, and this version was recorded at the Winterville Center for Community and Culture in November 2016.

Across the street from Sanford Stadium is Oconee Hill Cemetery, an Athens jewel and a place many Athenians have never visited. Opened in 1856, it was designed by James Camak as a Victorian natural landscape, or park-like, cemetery. Originally 17 acres, it has grown over the years to almost 100 acres, and is filled with beautiful tombstones and mausoleums marking graves with familiar names such as Cobb, Lumpkin, Church, Hill, Hodgson, and many others. Oconee Hill is the final resting place of UGA Presidents, Confederate Generals, governors, senators, cabinet members, musicians and the many talented people who made Athens the special place it has become over the past 200 years.

Charlotte Thomas Marshall was the first woman to serve as a trustee of Oconee Hill Cemetery and is a founding member of the Friends of Oconee Hill Cemetery. She is the author of the book “Oconee Hill Cemetery of Athens, Georgia, Volume 1” and is presently working on the three concluding volumes. Mrs. Marshall has written or edited five other books on Athens history and genealogy, including the recent “The Tangible Past in Athens, Georgia,” the recipient of the Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council’s Award for Excellence in Documenting Georgia’s History. She has given walking tours of the cemetery for over 45 years.

St. Augustine Catholic Church – Napoleon, Ohio



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St. Augustine is undergoing some projects to better improve the astetics of the church. W.R. Meyer was making repairs/improvements to the steeple at the time the photos and videos were captured. With help from Andrew Carnahan and Father Doug I was able to capture the full beauty of this building both inside and out.