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In Years Past

March 16, 2014
Post-Journal

In 1914, the mystery over the disappearance of Ephram M. Wright from his home near Abbotts Corners near the village of Sugar Grove Feb. 5, was partially solved by the finding of the remains of a man which had been identified as Mr. Wright. The body was found lying in a hollow, still partially covered by snow, behind the orchard in the rear of some farm buildings. As soon as the discovery was made, a description was telephoned to Mr. Wright's relatives and the description fitted that of the missing man. Owing to the silly superstition that seemed to exist in Pennsylvania, no one dared to touch the body until the arrival of the coroner.

 
 

 

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