Friday, November 10, 2017

Final Salute

Photos that speak on Veterans Day and every day

On Veterans Day, let’s honor the promises we’ve made to veterans

How about a VA system that isn't a piece of junk for starters?

I'm not joking around, this is serious business.

Texas officials identify victims of church massacre

I don't want to misstep, but it wasn't the largest church massacre in Texas.

That would be Waco.

‘We are grieving for the teens,’ pastor says

They were like deer in the headlights.

Pastor: Texas church that was attacked will be demolished 

Isn't that destruction of evidence?

"Woman who lived in Brookline home with sister’s corpse wants property demolished" by John R. Ellement Globe Staff  November 09, 2017

The woman who apparently lived for a year with her sister’s corpse inside their Brookline home wants permission from the town to tear down their 97-year-old house that is assessed at $1.3 million even though a neighbor said it is overrun by animals and is uninhabitable.

Using the name Lynda Wheaton, the surviving sister has applied for a permit to demolish 122 Clinton Road, and the request will be heard by the town’s Preservation Commission at its next meeting, set for Nov. 20, according to the agenda posted on its website.

The body of her younger sister, whose legal name was Sheryl Waldman but who called herself Hope Wheaton, was found lying underneath a kitchen table by a relative late last year, and authorities have not brought any criminal charges against Lynda Wheaton.

The medical examiner’s office this summer concluded after an autopsy that the cause and manner of death was “undetermined.”

After the discovery of the woman’s body, town officials moved to condemn the building and required Lynda Wheaton to move out of the home. The Globe chronicled the lives of the sisters earlier this year, and.....

Time to bury her.


Letting the flag fly and the bugle play as we stand at attention for the last time.