Tag Archives: cave lore

That Cave by DW Neal

Pewee Valley 2 Feb 1909 The following was a letter to the Editor of the Glasgow Times, carried on the front page on 9 February 1909. “That cave out near the ford on Columbia road spoken of in the Times … Continue reading

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Cave Ridge – The Spirit of the Cave Speaks

This is a tunnel cave of approximately 1,000 feet with a passageway running generally southwest-northeast direction. It is safe and easy to walk through all the way. This cave is in Metcalfe Co., KY, about 5 miles west of Edmonton … Continue reading

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John Marion “Pa” Nelson 17 March 1867 – 31 July 1956

Obituary from the Glasgow Times – year 1956 John was born in Burkesville (KY) where his father, Nick Nelson, was ferry man at a place called Neeley’s Ferry on the Cumberland River. Nick died in November 1878. Amanda Firquin Nelson … Continue reading

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A Kentucky Catacomb – aka The Bone Cave

The New York Herald, Tuesday 13 December 1870, pg. 9 Story from the Glasgow, KY Times “One day last week a party of hunters chased a fox into a cave about 5 miles from this place, on Beaver Creek, near … Continue reading

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Old Home on Brown Street Moans

Disclaimer: This is an article that was featured in the Glasgow Daily Times, in the last ten years, written by Cassandra Groce. I did not have any hand in its production, I have only posted it for entertainment and research … Continue reading

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The Porter Sinkhole

Murray Kilgore to Clarence Alcock – 24 January 1946 “Where Cleveland Avenue originates, at the Triangle Park off Leslie Avenue and Brown Street, on the third side of the Triangle is the old Zion Huggins’ place, and then Cleveland Avenue … Continue reading

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Octagon Cottage

This unusual house is tucked back off the Beckton-Rocky Hill Road, off of Hwy 1297, very near the small hamlet of Beckton, KY. It was built in the year 1847, by William Henry Edmunds, with the help of Reuben Bates, … Continue reading

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