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No one noticed that the church bells were tolling more often than usual to announce one death, and then another. They rang for Dr. Hugh Hodge's little daughter, for Peter Aston, for John Weyman, for Mary Shewell, and for a boy named McNair. No one knew that a killer was already moving through their streets with them, an invisible stalker that would go house to house until it had touched everyone, rich or poor, in some terrible way.

Dr. Benjamin Rush

Tuomi Forrest, “Clean Green Machine: Philadelphia’s Fairmount Water Works. 1800-1860. University of Virginia. http://xroads.virginia.edu/~MA96/forrest/WW/home.html.  Accessed December 18, 2006.

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