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The Haunted Collection in the Marble City—Alabama

Comer Museum & Arts Center 711 North Broadway Avenue Sylacauga, Alabama The graves stood tenantless and the sheeted deadDid squeak and gibber in the Roman streets. --William Shakespeare’s Hamlet,Act I, Scene 1 The Comer Museum, 2016, by Lewis O. Powell IV. Allrights reserved. Standing in the dark, listening to the multitude of odd, disconnected syllables pouring forth from the voice box at the Comer Museum last Saturday evening, this quote popped into my head.
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