Ravensburg Jane Doe: Part Three

Pausing at the vehicle I listened as Rauchtown Run bubbled and babbled nearby. The quiet, peaceful scene was broken only by the occasional vehicle that passed on nearby Route 880. Ravensburg State Park is a mere seventy-eight acres, surrounded by the Tiadaghton State Forest and retains a remote feeling though it is only a couple … Continue reading Ravensburg Jane Doe: Part Three

Ravensburg Jane Doe: Part One

Getting out of the vehicle, I studied the garden of stone that surrounded me. The Dunnstown Cemetery is the final resting place of area residents, with the most famous being Peter Grove, a noted Indian fighter of Central Pennsylvania. Having been here before I was familiar with his resting place and walked to where his … Continue reading Ravensburg Jane Doe: Part One