I missed that episode of Liberty's Kids
@TomPholio, I have vague memories of that show. How'd they deal with slavery as a subject?
@Proactive Citizenry , uhh can't really remember. There was a free black character. He probably had some small speeches
@Proactive Citizenry , they had some black characters fighting for the British. They addressed it as a chance for freedom from slavery.
@TomPholio, WOW there’s a memory I forgot I had
“Here, hold this key up really high. The lightning won’t get you. I promise.”
Before Franklin bought it, the house used to be owned by a professor studying anatomy and doing dissections, which were illegal at the time, so he dissected cadaver bodies, then buried them in his basement
@UncommonSense, from what I was just reading was that an anatomy student actually lived with Benjamin Franklin at the time and the bones dated back to when he owned the house. It’s suspected that the anatomy study was the one doing the illegal studies. But in reality, these are all assumptions about the circumstances and no one can be certain what really happened, though the bones had carvings that would suggest an anatomy student may have done it. But Benjamin Franklin committed the murders for his student friend...no one can say for sure what really happened and I’m sticking to my theory :D
Statute of limitations
@dj evolve fan club, I don't think that exsists for murder cases, however I doubt very much Ben Franklin for a serial killer. It's more likely @uncommonsense's explination