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REAL LIFE IS HORROR: THE CASE OF OLD MIKE http://reallifeishorror.blogspot.com/2015/04/the-case-of-old-mike.html  August 21st, 1911: Prescott, Nevada country: “Old Mike” the mortuary staff christened him, after all, nobody had any idea who this John Doe was. Some people claimed that the nameless man was a travelling salesman, selling small items like thread and pencils; others said he was a travelling hobo. Old Mike was found in Prescott city park, slumped up against an oak tree with eighty cents and a silver spoon in his pocket and no clues to his identity what so ever. He was a 40 something Caucasian man, standing at 5”4, short and stocky, with a moustache, two gold teeth and crutches. Despite photos of the unknown man being published, nobody came forward to identify him. He was embalmed and put on display at a local funeral home, in the hopes that someone would recognize him, take him home and lay him to rest.The original intention was to have him displayed for around a week, but days passed, and months passed, and eventually 64 years had passed before it was decided ol’ Mike deserved retirement. He was finally buried on May 4th1975. For 62 years people came to gawp at the embalmed body of old mike, a man famous for dying without ID and having his eyeballs eerily painted onto his eye lids.He was somebody to someone, but who was he? I guess we’ll never know.. For more visit REAL LIFE IS HORROR http://reallifeishorror.blogspot.com/

There’s no point in consistently worrying about everything. What will happen will happen anyways. So breathe, look on the bright side, have some laughs, fall in love, accept what you can’t change, and carry on. To actually live is courageous. Most people exist, that is all.
—  Unknown

You are meant to fight. When you are sick, your body fights for its right to function. When you hold your breath, your body fights for its right to breathe. There are billions of tiny events—from the surface of your skin, down to the very cells of your body—that have to happen in order for you to be simply sitting here today. If your most minuscule parts haven’t given up yet,

Why should you?

—  Unknown