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Bodie Masonic Road

Bodie Masonic Road

Killings occurred with monotonous regularity, sometimes becoming almost daily events. The fire bell, which tolled the ages of the deceased when they were buried, rang often and long. Robberies, stage holdups and street fights provided variety, and the town's 65 saloons offered many opportunities for relaxation after hard days of work in the mines. The Reverend F.M. Warrington saw it in 1881 as "a sea of sin, lashed by the tempests of lust and passion."


May 28 2008


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Guest 02-Sep-2008 23:54
Hi Bill Taylor.

Nice Photo.

I'd like to join I met my Brother on Westborough in my area at 11pm one night.
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