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- Religious Tolerance In Springfield and the Greenleaf Coven
- Religious intolerance is alive and well in Springfield Missouri. The question is, to what degree, and in the terminology of "The Burning Times", how high are the flames? In 1999, the court case of Jean Webb vs. The City of Republic was a headliner...
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- Wiccan Mysteries
- My best friend asked, "So explain this Wiccan Mystery to me about drums". Now I have never equated the term Wiccan Mystery and drums together before. I have been working on some Mysteries this week, coincidentally. Actually, some of the God...
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- Johnson: Do you believe in the Ozark Howler?
- We get a lot of tips in the newsroom, but this has to be one of the best I've seen in a while. "I believe two things in this world to be true, that Jesus Christ is my savior and that the Ozark Howler is real and living in the Arkansas mountains.
- 'Ozark Howler' sighting at Devils Den? Game & Fish say photos are a 'hoax'
- We reached out to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission who said there have been no documented sightings of the "Ozark Howler" in our area. A biologist said - to his knowledge - the legend of the "Ozark Howler" is one that ranks up there with the tales ...
- UNKNOWN DIMENSIONS: Ozark Howler or Photoshop hoax?
- Then Wednesday morning, I received an email alerting me to a feature in the Springfield News-Leader on the Ozark Howler and immediately checked it out through the link provided.
- UPTEGROVE: Ozark howler: Myth, hoax or reality?
- For generations ,residents of this region have reported seeing — and far more often hearing — a strange creature that has come to be known by the name of Ozark howler. The most common descriptions involve a black — or at least very dark-colored ...
- 10 Most Metal American Cryptids
- Also known as the Ozark Black Howler, this “dog of death” is known for its coal black fur coat, curved, goat-like horns, and its howl, which has been described as one part wolf's howl and one part elk's bugle.
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