Thursday, June 15, 2006

Urban Legend

As legend has it, a prominent member of Parma City Council murdered a friend in 1976. In his premeditated genius, he put the body's remains in the cement box that was supposed to be prepared as a "time capsule" that took part in the bicentennial celebration and was buried outside city hall. By the time the capsule is opened in 2076, he will be long dead. Rumors of the cover up have been circulating for years, but the victim remains on the missing persons list.


At 16 June, 2006 09:14, Anonymous Anonymous said...

why isnt this called "parmafacts"?
- good story though.

At 16 June, 2006 09:42, Anonymous creepy said...

That story will haunt my dreams for many moons. I guess even the most splendid cities have a dark side.
Also, why is everyone still hung up on there not being actual Cleveland facts on this website? You're just going to launch them into another rant about the donut effect.

At 16 June, 2006 10:47, Anonymous thecouncilman said...

and isn't the capsule contstructed out of lead so that it can't be x-rayed?

At 23 June, 2006 09:22, Anonymous not the councilman said...

There's a reason why no one is commenting about this fact anymore. It's because this is boring and VERY INACCURATE!

At 24 June, 2006 21:03, Blogger cleveland facts said...

Because man cannot live on Target alone.
Because Pittsburgh Sucks.
You don't mention Kentucky, we won't mention Finland.
Because learning to beg in Swedish is hard.
Because we aren't Indiana. Thank god.
Because we aren't afraid of an allen wrench.
Because meatballs are yummy!
Because we're kinda square, and that's easier to flatpack.
We have our own Eiffel Tower. We're more European than Canada!
Because Gunntorp is cooler looking than Longaberger any day (and 1/10th the price).
Because those drunken bacon eating [edit] up in Canada have one.
Because we have the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (and New York Doesn't)!

At 27 June, 2006 19:31, Anonymous idealist said...

where do i vote to keep ikea in sweden only? ikea fact: "The IKEA Catalogue, containing about 12,000 IKEA products is reputedly the second most widely distributed book after the Bible with a hundred million copies produced every year."


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