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REMEMBER THIS: Fortune teller Madam Larkin didn't see it coming <b>(4 photos)</b>

REMEMBER THIS: Fortune teller Madam Larkin didn't see it coming (4 photos)

In this week's Remember This, Mary brings us the story of two friends and a suspicious house fire
REMEMBER THIS: The evolution of Boulderfel <b>(4 photos)</b>

REMEMBER THIS: The evolution of Boulderfel (4 photos)

The old Boulderfel property has had many different looks over the years
<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> Has an almost century-old Barrie mystery finally been solved?

REMEMBER THIS: Has an almost century-old Barrie mystery finally been solved?

Thomas Baggs was an Englishman and war veteran who spoke of seeing action in India, Gibraltar and South Africa; He was found dead Boxing Day, 1927, with a pocket full of cash
REMEMBER THIS: Names for Freedom <b>(5 photos)</b>

REMEMBER THIS: Names for Freedom (5 photos)

Simcoe county's first-ever probated will was for a black man and former slave with no last name
REMEMBER THIS: The hangman comes to town <b>(4 photos)</b>

REMEMBER THIS: The hangman comes to town (4 photos)

The precise details of the hangman’s work are macabre on the surface, but surprisingly scientific underneath
<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> How Archie Goodall Park got its name <b>(4 photos)</b>

REMEMBER THIS: How Archie Goodall Park got its name (4 photos)

This week, Remember This shines a spotlight on Archie Goodall and the park named in his memory
<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> The one-armed counterfeiter <b>(5 photos)</b>

REMEMBER THIS: The one-armed counterfeiter (5 photos)

James O'Neill lost his arm in a railway accident and received $1,000 in compensation, but he soon took some drastic steps to improve his financial situation
Victory gardens <b>(4 photos)</b>

Victory gardens (4 photos)

This week in Remember This, Mary shares a story of how people handled a major crisis a few generations ago
Mr. Powell’s daughter <b>(4 photos)</b>

Mr. Powell’s daughter (4 photos)

This week, Mary shares the tragic story of the Spanish flu and its impact on a self-sacrificing nurse from Barrie in 1918
Deerfoot, first man to carry His Majesty's Mails <b> (4 photos)</b>

Deerfoot, first man to carry His Majesty's Mails (4 photos)

In this week's Remember This, Mary Harris recounts the story of Eli Corbiere who carried the mail on foot, through the bush, alone between Barrie and Holland Landing