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Now this is a grave you can set your watch to. That’s right, this is the grave of Johnny Unitas, 9th round pick out of Louisville, Baltimore Colts legend, 10 time Pro Bowl selection, 3 time NFL MVP, 5 time first team All-Pro, and 1979 Hall of Fame inductee. He was also an extra in […]
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This is the grave of John Mitchell, president of the United Mine Workers of America from 1898-1908. Born in 1870 in Braidswood, Illinois, Mitchell grew up poor. He became an orphan at the age of 6 and started working as a child shortly after in order to support his siblings. He became a coal miner […]
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This is the grave of James Buchanan. Buchanan was arguably the worst president in American history. A follower of Andrew Jackson, with all the commitment to white supremacy that entailed, Buchanan was president from 1857-1861, where he was a doughface’s doughface, running the nation to serve the interest of slaveholders. Before this he was Secretary […]
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Henry Clay Frick

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On August 23, 2013
I was in Pittsburgh for like 3 hours yesterday. What to do in the Steel City? I know, visit the grave of American supervillain Henry Clay Frick! This was a bit subtle for my taste in graves containing evil people. Why was Frick so evil? For one, he was the architect of the Homestead strike. […]
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