By Kelly Mclaughlin For Dailymail. A well-known New Jersey home that has become a tourist attraction is now on the market, but buyers should know that it can't accommodate anyone taller than three-and-a-half feet. Dubbed the 'Brick Midget House', the Weird New Jersey magazine tourist spot has sat in the backyard Anna Jones's Brick home since she and her family moved in during
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By Inigo Figuracion. There's nothing like a good urban legend to fuel the imagination, and San Diego has its own enduring one. It's not widely known, but if you've grown up here or gone to college in town, you've likely heard rumors of the "munchkin homes.
For Sale: Charming cozy ranch style brick cottage in Brick, NJ, located on a spacious lot near the water. One bedroom, one bath, dine-in kitchen, living room with working brick fireplace, and an outdoor pool. Note: Prospective buyers should not exceed three and a half feet in height. And no, contrary to popular belief, they are not little people.
The Virginian-Pilot file photo. The longtime subject of playground lore — that the snug dwelling was built by and for little people, and had been occupied by little people since — was demolished without fanfare this week. By late Thursday, all that remained of the white, wood-frame cottage was a pile of brick and siding at the northwest corner of Granby Street and Bay View Boulevard.
Anita Bartholomew bought an old house and ended up with a new book. The writer and editor of mostly health and medical publications was not intending to pen a novel when she took on an historic house with a lot of circus lore attached to it. But, in between replacing collapsed sewer pipes, battling termites, renovating her bedroom and taming the yard, she fell in love with both the actual history of this little dwelling near Jungle Gardens, and also with the quirky myths attached to this house.
Originally built as a playhouse for kids, the one-bedroom, one-bath, s ranch-style house has an eat-in kitchen, brick fireplace, wall-to-wall carpeting and an L-shaped pool. This year, Jones and her husband, Matt, whose two eldest children are in college, decided they wanted to get rid of what they now consider a blight on their property. Acting as her own realtor, Jones recently announced the sale of the home -- commonly known as the "Brick Midget House" -- on her Facebook page.
The Kitchener Ice Pirates is a special needs hockey program, providing children and adults with developmental disabilities from across Waterloo Region the opportunity to particiapte in a hockey program that is tailored to their specific needs. Our participant's abilities range from new non-skaters to those on their way to becoming great hockey players. Players on the Ice Pirates gain a sense of fairplay friendship, and an amazing sense of accomplishment as they improve their hockey skills. As part of this unique team they improve their fine and gross motor skills as well as their understanding of acceptable social behaviour.
There comes a time when an urban legend becomes interpreted as cold, hard truth. No one took these stories, ghostly or otherwise, all that seriously. Time passes, of course, and as it does so too do those elaborately spun tales.
Sixty years ago today, on August 19,the Tigers southpaw pitched to 3-footinch Eddie Gaedel, the only midget ever to bat in a major-league game. I once visited Cain at his home in Euclid, Ohio. Cain, a low-key, soft-spoken Kansan, had become a salesman for Kraft Foods after leaving baseball. The visiting Tigers were playing a Sunday doubleheader.