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Ghosts in Louisville October 31, 2007

Posted by daveintexas in Crime, History, Law, Personal Experiences.

Oh my God.


It’s very cold in here.


1. mesablue - October 31, 2007

Oh noes — a WHITE LADY!!! Run!!!

2. Mr Minority - October 31, 2007

She wasn’t a brown person, thus I won’t pee my pants.

Carry on.

3. kevlarchick - October 31, 2007


4. Lipstick - October 31, 2007

This is what happens when you turn the thermostat down. Your female co-workers were trying to protect you.

5. daveintexas - October 31, 2007



She just wanted to bum a smoke. Then she was gone!


6. mesablue - October 31, 2007
7. BrewFan - October 31, 2007

I used to stay at the Seelbach whenever I travelled to Louisville on business. Very charming place. I never saw the WHITE LADY though.
Anybody know what a Hot Brown is?

8. BrewFan - November 1, 2007

It just dawned on me that asking what a Hot Brown is was probably met with some fear of what the answer might be. I wouldn’t do that to you! It is actually a very delicious sandwich.

9. Anonymous - November 1, 2007

Dude, I wouldn’t even google it.

I’ve seen things. Awful, terrible things.

10. Dave in Texas - November 1, 2007

^ me

11. kevlarchick - November 1, 2007

Kentucky Hot Brown! Bacon, sliced turkey, tomatoes, served open faced on thick white bread with a parmesan cream sauce.

Best damn hangover remedy evah! Served with Bloody Marys.

12. BrewFan - November 1, 2007

So why are they called Hot Browns you ask? You didn’t? Well, I’m going to tell you anyway. They were first served at the Brown Hotel in Louisville. And they’re hot.

Don’t you feel smarter now?

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