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Does anyone know where this is?? My Grandparents owned a house on Cayuga Trail, I was telling my son about riding our bikes to the Polish Alliance in the 70's. I was trying to explain how the place was abandoned, all the swimming pools were empty and buildings abandoned.
Midgetville also known as "tiny towns" refers to real or legendary communities of " midgets ", people with forms of dwarfism who are normally proportioned, or collections of small "midget-sized" houses. Real or legendary, they are at times given fanciful qualities, see Little people mythology. Some "real" ones may play on mythology for tourism purposes.
The only thing the people of Midgetville want printed about their block is this: There are no midgets here, only midgetized houses. The people are of normal size, but what has become colossal is the Midgetville myth: That Norwood Terrace, a short residential block along the Passaic River about 15 miles west of Midtown Manhattan, is inhabited by little people. In the early 's, when the river was clean, this was a breezy resort area lined with summer bungalows. Now the river is polluted and most of the 20 bungalows have become full-time homes, many of them enlarged.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. The borough is set to knock down several flood-damaged houses in beleaguered neighborhood on the banks of Passaic River. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.
So apparently there's tritium leaking into one of New Jersey's main aquifers. As a proud Garden Stater, I have no choice but to hope that this environmental clusterfuck will give us fancy new phenotypes and not horrible, horrible cancer. Even though the radioactive run-off from the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station in Lacey Township, New Jersey poses no threat to the state's drinking water at this time, the fact that it's seeped into the ground isn't particularly heartening.
It seems to be human nature that people are captivated by miniature versions of everyday things. Little people have always been show stoppers in circuses and side shows, on the stage and on the silver screen. In the s the world fell in love with P.
Walker : The neighborhood was dubbed Midgetville because of its scaled-down homes that, according to urban legend, were built as quarters for Alfred Ringling and his diminutive circus performers, according to the publishers of Weird NJ. It was torn down in Ours was creepier.
Warning sign at the entrance to 'Midgetville' in Totowa, shown here in Homes in the area, long as roadside attraction to countless carloads of teens, will be torn down after they were damaged during Hurricane Irene. The neighborhood was dubbed Midgetville because of its scaled-down homes that, according to urban legend, were built as quarters for Alfred Ringling and his diminutive circus performers, according to the publishers of Weird NJ.