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Body In A Hotel Room
Body In A Hotel Room
The fiancee of a popular Disc Jockey disappears in dubious circumstances... and found dead a few days later in a fancy hoel room

Mdu was a filthy rich musician and DJ. He was a man about town, a trendsetter.

When Mae, his stunning finacee was found dead in a hotel room in Johannesburg, he was devastated.

It all seemed so cruel a blow to taint his reputation.

But one woman, a documentary producer thinks otherwise. Her memory reels back to an apparition-like scene she had unwittingly witnesses...

And realises that what she had seen was actually a body being disposed of....

The fiancee of a popular Disc Jockey disappears in dubious circumstances... and found dead a few days later in a fancy hoel room

Mdu was a filthy rich musician and DJ. He was a man about town, a trendsetter.

When Mae, his stunning finacee was found dead in a hotel room in Johannesburg, he was devastated.

It all seemed so cruel a blow to taint his reputation.

But one woman, a documentary producer thinks otherwise. Her memory reels back to an apparition-like scene she had unwittingly witnesses...

And realises that what she had seen was actually a body being disposed of....

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Hotel Lincoln- Marion VA
Hotel Lincoln- Marion VA
nrhp # 95000897- The Hotel was built by Charles Clarke Lincoln, Sr., said to be Marion’s wealthiest resident, and Dr. William M. Sclater. Lincoln also owned the Virginia Table Company, Marion’s largest industry at the time. Sclater was the owner of Marion Drug Company, another commercial fixture on Main Street. The businessmen saw the potential for commercial growth in the Marion area with the increased traffic along Highway 11, known in those days as Lee Highway. In announcing the Hotel’s original construction, the News noted on January 27, 1927 that “The automobile and the completion of the Lee Highway places Marion right on the great line of the tourist between the North and the South and this modern up-to-date hotel will give them a stopping place whose praises they will spread wherever they go.” In 1928, Mr. Lincoln decided to change the name of the General Francis Marion Hotel to Hotel Lincoln after the rebuilding of the old Hotel Marion. The Hotel Marion was located on the opposite side of Main Street at the corner of Main and Church Streets, where Wachovia Bank now stands. Joe and Susie Ellis, residents of Marion bought the property in 2000, began the restoration and remodeling project in late 2003. Actual construction began in the autumn of 2004. Every effort was made to capture the essence and spirit of the hotel as it was in the late ‘20s. from generalfrancismarionhotel.com
Historic Chamberlin Hotel in Hampton, Virginia
Historic Chamberlin Hotel in Hampton, Virginia
The Chamberlin Hotel is a historic hotel in Hampton, Virginia, overlooking Hampton Roads at Old Point Comfort. It sits on historic Fort Monroe and overlooks Fort Wool. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it has been renovated from its former life as a hotel into a high-dollar luxury retirement community for folks over 65. The first two floors will retain the "hotel" atmosphere and will be used as guest quarters for visiting relatives of residents, while the rest of the floors have been gutted and turned into two-bedroom apartments. (Wikipedia) This was once the largest hotel in our country. It was the first to have electricity in all the rooms. It burned to the ground once and was rebuilt but I forgot the year. Ft. Monroe will be shutting down. Ft. Monroe would be a fantastic place to visit as a tourist but money is tight and plans are unsure about its future. The Chapel of the Centurian is located on Ft. Monroe and is one of my photos in my Church set. It is located inside the moat of Ft. Monroe.

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Neutral Milk Hotel's In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (33 1/3)
Of all the recordings to emerge from the Athens-via-Denver collective called "Elephant 6", Neutral Milk Hotel's second album is the one that has worked its way under the most skins. "Magnet" magazine named it the best album of the 1990s, and "Creative Loafing" recently devoted a cover story to one fan's quest to understand why bandleader Jeff Mangum dropped out of sight soon after "Aeroplane's" release. The record sells steadily to an audience that finds it through word of mouth. Weird, beautiful, absorbing, difficult, "In The Aeroplane Over the Sea" is a surrealist text loosely based on the life, suffering and reincarnation of Anne Frank, with guest appearances from a pair of Siamese twins menaced by the cold and carnivores, a two-headed boy bobbing in a jar, anthropomorphic vegetables and a variety of immature erotic horrors. Mangum sings his dreamlike narratives with a dreamer's intensity, his creaky, off key voice occasionally breaking as he struggles to complete each dense couplet. The music is like nothing else in the 90s Indie Underground a psychedelic brass band, its members self-taught, forging polychromatic washes of mood and tribute.
The songs stick to one narrow key, the images repeat and circle back, and to listen is to be absorbed into a singular, heart-rending vision.

Of all the recordings to emerge from the Athens-via-Denver collective called "Elephant 6", Neutral Milk Hotel's second album is the one that has worked its way under the most skins. "Magnet" magazine named it the best album of the 1990s, and "Creative Loafing" recently devoted a cover story to one fan's quest to understand why bandleader Jeff Mangum dropped out of sight soon after "Aeroplane's" release. The record sells steadily to an audience that finds it through word of mouth. Weird, beautiful, absorbing, difficult, "In The Aeroplane Over the Sea" is a surrealist text loosely based on the life, suffering and reincarnation of Anne Frank, with guest appearances from a pair of Siamese twins menaced by the cold and carnivores, a two-headed boy bobbing in a jar, anthropomorphic vegetables and a variety of immature erotic horrors. Mangum sings his dreamlike narratives with a dreamer's intensity, his creaky, off key voice occasionally breaking as he struggles to complete each dense couplet. The music is like nothing else in the 90s Indie Underground a psychedelic brass band, its members self-taught, forging polychromatic washes of mood and tribute.
The songs stick to one narrow key, the images repeat and circle back, and to listen is to be absorbed into a singular, heart-rending vision.

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