I didn't even know there was a WP page for Ingersoll's birthplace. Here is how the page appeared a few weeks ago.
Tom gave me all kinds of pictures which took me the longest getting them all organized on the page. I'm still not happy with the picture layout, but that is the beauty of Wikipedia, someone else can play with the images.
I learned that Ingersoll only lived in this house 4 months. But it is the only Ingersoll residence still existing.
Another interesting piece of trivia. When you watch the museum video you will see people getting off a bus, going inside and looking around at the artifacts. As I was watching this video I said "hey I know that guy, and that one... and that one also... hey I know all these people, they were at the CFI summer conference I was at 2002!" That is too funny. I was supposed to be on that same tour but during the 2-week conference I discovered SURPRISE my husband had left me. So I had to rush home to California and change the locks on the doors. That would have been really funny if I had been watching the video and suddenly I appeared.
Here is the freshly published version.
And here is the stat tool to watch the hits for the page.
TThere is tons of work waiting to be done. Just imagine how amazing I must be at Trivial Pursuit (if the topics are about anything concerning the skeptic world)
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