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Hey, Have You Seen Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Dead Parents? 

You wouldn’t happen to know the whereabouts of the bodies of Stephen and Zilpha Longfellow, parents of the famous poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, would you? Because they aren’t where they’re supposed to be. Read more...
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