wasn't the centralia, WA centralia founded by a freed slave? That's something I remember from washington history class.
cognitivedissonance - 2008-03-26 Why yes, yes it was. It was promptly stolen back by the whiteys who have since threatened to lynch anyone with skin darker than that of a White Chocolate Nestle's Crunch.
Caminante Nocturno - 2008-03-25 I can only imagine how beautiful that town looked before this disaster.
RockBolt - 2008-03-25 Centralia is fascinating place to visit, but I don't know how those few people manage to live there. One day walking around the sights and I was left with the worst migraine I ever had that evening
CTHlu_teddybear - 2008-03-25 I live about 15 miles away from centralia this place is the basis for the silent hill movie coal towns in COal Townships nice to visit also if you are in the area visit ashland coal mine tours ---not on fire bring a jacket 50 degrees all year round.
minimalist - 2008-03-25 i'm not afraid you go home hats are good