170702 real__pcy Instagram Update: 우선 갑작스럽게 이런 글을 올리게 된 점 양해를 구합니다. 정말 친한 형의 강아지 참스와 튼튼이가 실종되었습니다. 저도 봐왔던 강아지들이고 또 어릴때부터 강아지를 키워왔던 사람으로써 마음이 굉장히 좋지 않아서 꼭 형을 도와주고 싶습니다. 강아지를 찾게되면 글은 내리겠습니다 혹시라도 강아지를 보신분이나 작은 정보라도 있으면 꼭 연락 부탁드립니다. 다시한번 이런 부탁을 드리게 돼서 죄송합니다.
Firstly, please excuse me for uploading this post all of a sudden. The dogs: Chams and Tun-Tun of a close brother of mine are currently missing. Coming from the heart of a present dog owner, as well as having experiences of owning a dog back when I was little, it dosen’t sit well in my heart, hence i’ve figured that I must find a way to help him out. I will have this post up until the dogs have successfully been found. I’d greatly appreciate anyone who would kindly let me know if you happen to chance upon or have any information about them. I apologise once again for asking such a favour from you.
On the picture: Charms (French Bulldog) Tun-Tun (Beagle Mix)
Place last seen : Sinsa Riverside Hotel (Seoul)
Date and Time : 2nd July 2017 (Around 9pm~12AM)
I’m currently looking for them.
If you have any informatiom regarding the dogs or have seen them, please contact me at
Please do not tear down this leaflet until the dogs have been found.
I kindly ask this favour from you.
Translation by Soojung @ fyeah-chanyeol (Please take out with full credits)
“What are you doing?” you asked, as Jason clammed the laptop shut.
“Nothing…” you narrowed your eyes indicating that you didn’t believe him, but then you sighed. “Okay whatever.” You hated it when Jason was keeping things from you, so you made it your mission to find out what it was.
“I think you left your phone in the bedroom” you stated, trying to get him to leave the room.
“I’ll get it later.” He replied, his hand still resting on the laptop. You rolled your eyes, knowing he wasn’t going to let you see the screen. You wondered what was under it, maybe it was a good thing, a present? But it was nowhere near your birthday and there was no special occasion. That meant it was a bad thing, making you more curious.
You waited until later that night, Jason climbed into bed next to you, snuggling into you.
“Jason…” you asked, slightly guiltily.
“Yes.” He was almost fast asleep, which would make your task easier.
“It’s hot tonight, would you mind giving me some air and room to move?”
“Sure thing babe.” You kissed him as a thank you, showing him that you weren’t doing it because you were angry or upset. You closed your eyes, steadied your breathing and kept your movements to a minimal in order to create the illusion that you were sleeping. You looked over at the clock, the lamppost outside providing just the right amount of light to be able to read it. You carefully removed the covers, tiptoeing across the room and out of the door. You made your way downstairs to find the laptop.
In Cambridge Springs, PA, there is a spring that was once rumored to have mystical healing properties. In fact, its how this town got its name. And its all thanks to the Riverside Inn, a historic hotel in Cambridge Springs that was founded in 1888 by an oil well driller.
In 1860, Dr. John Gray was probing for oil on his property when he accidentally struck an underground spring. Soon enough, rumors began to spread around town that Gray’s farm workers who drank from the spring never got sick or tired. Gray also began to notice the medicinal properties of his water, and he started using it to treat his patients. Residents of the town praised the spring water’s miraculous properties, and by 1884 Gray was bottling and selling his water at a high price. The Riverside Inn was completed in 1888 near the property, and the entire area was purchased by the William Baird family in 1895.
What Dr. Gray had actually discovered was an underground reserve of mineral water, which was an incredibly popular craze in the late-1800s and early-1900s. Resorts popped up around mineral water springs all over the country, and the small town of Cambridge Springs quickly became a major tourist destination. Unfortunately, a 1908 report by the American Medical Association found that mineral water had no real healing properties, and most of these resorts were forced to close. The Riverside Inn flourished for many years after the mineral water craze died down thanks to its other amenities, though they were no longer allowed to promote their supposedly miraculous water. Today, the Riverside Inn is the only mineral water resort still standing, and it is also still a functioning hotel and resort.
Although mineral water may not have any proven health benefits, there has always been speculation that the liquid attracts paranormal energy. This may explain why the Riverside Inn is currently famous for its many spirits.
Guests have frequently reported an invisible figure crawling into bed with them. Music flows in from the ballroom when no one is playing, and apparitions of early-1900s dancers have been spotted many times in this ballroom. In addition, many guests have reported their doors opening and slamming unexpectedly. The activity occurs throughout the hotel.
A happy Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner dine at Reno’s Riverside Hotel & Casino on August 19th, 1951. Sinatra performed a two week engagement there while establishing Nevada residence in order to divorce his first wife Nancy and marry Gardner. Asked about reports that Mrs. Sinatra would contest his action, he said “I honestly don’t know what she will do,” but in the next breath added, “I think you can safely say Miss Gardner and I will be married.”