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by Sharyl Stockstill. Posted Oct 11th 2010 08:52 PM
Continue ReadingSanta Fe is one of the oldest cities in the United States. With the oldest government building (Palace of the Governors), and a 400-year-old church, many of the myths and legends that surround Santa Fe can trace their roots to the Spanish settlers and their religious beliefs. Take a closer look at some of the city's most famous urban legends in this article about Santa Fe mythbusters.
by Cindy Pierce. Posted Oct 11th 2010 04:15 PM
Continue ReadingEvery city has its share of urban legends. Dallas, Texas, is cloaked in lore from one end of the spectrum to the other – from conspiracy theories surrounding the devastating assassination of President John F. Kennedy to the almost absurd controversy of a Neiman Marcus cookie recipe. As you can see, Dallas mythbusters abound.
by Jane Ellis. Posted Sep 22nd 2010 08:45 PM
Continue ReadingPoor Chicago. No matter how hard it tries, the Windy City always seems to fall just short of number one. For a time, the Windy City was home to the tallest building in the world, the Sears Tower, now known as the Willis Tower. Completed in 1973, the Sears Tower was taller than any other building in the world, but is no longer number one. One of Chicago's nicknames even reflects its runner-up status-Second City. There is one area, however, where Chicago takes the cake-urban myths. From Mrs. O'Leary's cow to Al Capone, Chicago urban legends never seem to disappoint. A little research, and you'll discover why Chicago mythbusters debate most of these legends.
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