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History uncovered from Dumpsters
April 30, 2018 By lewblink
Dumpster Archeology is an on-going Holistic History project in St Louis, based around the storytelling experiences of Dumpster Diving and the uncovered artifacts related to the poetic lives of the recently passed or forgotten. Each Story and related collection are analysed obsessively for possible signs of inspiration, then sent into the collective human consciousness through various mediums and experiences. These direct experiences are paired with this “archeological” information. Our choice to use the word archeology with this spelling is rather telling. This is not an academic endeavor but entertainment with the essence of Storytelling.
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6. Maude Witthall Collection
8. Black Friday and the Saxophone
Sarah Jane goes to Paris
Strange Folk Festival
George Seib M.D.
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—Spirits discovered through the Dumpster–
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The Seib Family:
The Stories :
www.lewblink.com More stories, poetry and projects.
www.independentchurchoftruth.com The Lost Psychic of Lafayette Square and the audio tapes.
www.legacyofseib.info The website for Carrie Seib’s poetry and family legacy
www.facebook.com/dumpsterarcheology Facebook page for Dumpster Archeology
www.facebook.com/independentchurchoftruth Facebook page for Carrie Seib’s poetry
Article for the digital RFT times —- Found in a Dumpster, the Psychic of Lafayette Square Returns for Strange Folk
People are made of stories, not atoms.
Article for STL Magazine digital —— The Story of a Long-Forgotten St. Louis Psychic Recovered—From the Trash
quoteThe big question’s always been, ‘why did they throw all this out?’ Well, there was an enormous amount of stuff left over,” Blink notes. “The family lived there for part of 80 years. A lot of what was thrown out was thought to be damaged. Like, there are some wax cylinders that are too moldy to salvage. The reel-to-reels, I don’t think they knew what those were; it was probably a contractor who threw those away. The house had had rain damage, water damage. The house had sat empty for 15 years. © Dumpster Archeology 2018 Theme GalleryPress designed by ThemeCountry.