Paris Flood 1910

By on August 7, 2013

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Books from the library float down the street during the 1910 Great Flood of Paris, when waters from the Seine rose up into the streets through the tunnels, sewers and drains from months of high rainfall.

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Charlie Hintz

About Charlie Hintz

Charlie is the creator and curator of the bizarre for Cult of Weird. When he's not writing or rotting away at his mind-numbing day job, he can be found working on graphic design projects for horror media and hunting down local legends around his home state of Wisconsin. Though he prefers more tangible oddities, he maintains a skeptical interest in the paranormal. Probably as an excuse to explore beyond the no trespassing signs.

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