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This is the grave of Julius Adler. Born in 1892 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Adler grew up in one of the nation’s most elite families. The Ochs in his name is the New York Times Ochs and young Julius was groomed for leadership. He grew up in Chattanooga before entering into some of the nation’s fanciest […]
This is the grave of Billy James Hargis. One of the most disgusting human beings to ever poison this nation, Hargis is my Christmas present to LGM readers. Born in 1925 in Texarkana, Arkansas, Hargis grew up poor. He was adopted by a railroad worker, but the family really did have no money and it […]
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