Posts Tagged ‘Elm Street Worcester MA’

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This Griffin (a Mythological Creature That Is Part Eagle and Part Lion) Can Be Found Just Above the Fifth Story of the Katz and Leavitt Apartment House at 53 Elm Street in Worcester, MA (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on August 31, 2016)

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A Squirrel Grasping a Pine Cone Between His Paws Spotted Loitering in a Tree in a Front Yard on Elm Street in Worcester, MA

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Two Children Play in a Garden Filled With Flowers in Front of a House on Elm Street in Worcester, MA

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A Black Lion Is Seen Clutching a Large Shield Emblazoned With the Number 34 in His Paws in Front of a Brick Building on Elm Street in Worcester, MA

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A Child-Like Angel Lifts the Hem of Her Dress as She Kneels Among the Petunias in a Front Yard Flower Garden on Elm Street in Worcester, MA

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In What Appears to Be a Scene From an All Animal Version of “The Night of the Living Dead”, a Terrified Squirrel Watches From Out of the Corner of His Eye as an Apparently Zombified Cat, Wearing a Bow Tie, Claws His Way Up From the Ground After Being Buried in a Front Yard Garden on Elm Street in Worcester, MA

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One of Two Snarling Lions Protecting the Front Entrance of the Historic Katz and Leavitt Apartment House Located at 53 Elm Street in Worcester, MA

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A Creepy-Looking Cat (Perhaps Zombified?) Appears to Be Crawling Out From a Patch of Bare Soil in the Front Yard of a Home on Elm Street in Worcester, MA