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Collapsing Sand Tunnel Kills Cape Hatteras National Seashore Visitor

Collapsing Sand Tunnel Kills Cape Hatteras National Seashore Visitor
A Virginia man died at Cape Hatteras National Seashore in North Carolina when a sand tunnel he was digging collapsed, covering him with five-six feet of sand. Seashore officials say David Frasier, 49, of Fredericksburg, Virginia, was trying to link two …
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Is Continuum Preparing To Hit Another Reset Button?
Months later, the Freelancers retrieved his body and revived him, but the process somehow connected him to the founder of the Freelancer organization — a mysterious figure named the Traveler, who traveled back to the past to try and thwart other time …
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Colorado Traveler: A Sea of Grassland Part Two
Comanche Grassland Part 2: A SEA OF GRASSLAND. Abundant life and history hide in Comanche's folds by Linda DuVal. Last week, we talked about the hidden beauty of Comanche National Grassland, in southeastern Colorado. We talked about the …
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Why this year's National Geographic Traveler photo contest bans New Jersey

Why this year's National Geographic Traveler photo contest bans New Jersey
TRENTON — National Geographic Traveler's annual photo contest is open until June 30, but don't submit that gorgeous Shore picture just yet. According to the rules, the contest bans entries from Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Cuba, Syria — and New Jersey.
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Midwest Traveler: At 2341 feet below ground, visitors can meet Minnesota's
Midwest Traveler: At 2,341 feet below ground, visitors can meet Minnesota's mining history. Article by: SARAH JOHNSON , Special to the Star Tribune; Updated: June 13, 2014 – 12:25 PM. hide. Visitors descend into the Soudan Underground Mine on one of …
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A Time Traveler's Adventure at the German Clock Museum
Time flies, except when you're at the German Clock Museum in Furtwangen, Germany. There, time is relative, subject to the various interpretations of the clockmakers and philosophers who built these devices, but more importantly, who thought of time and …
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