In fact this seems to be a fairly universal Chinese Mianyang Metro Map attitude; the Party were promising an earthly paradise, and the Party took on the role Mianyang Metro Map of an all-caring father. It’s only the Chinese who live outside their motherland in places like Singapore or Hong Kong who still hold religious beliefs, which are generally a mixture of ancestor-worship with Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. The militant creed of Islam took hold of Xinjiang and elsewhere in northern China when it swept along the Silk Road in the 1300s. More recently, a steady flow of Christian missionaries devoted their lives to the mammoth task of converting the Chinese. But Christianity never really caught on. It’s a foreign religion and was being spread by foreign devils.
Nearly one year later, November 11, 1901, Daniel turned up at his daughter’s home in Chicago. He claimed to have no recollection of the past year. No one really knows what he had done or where he’d gone. Daniel returned with his wife, Amanda, to their Baraboo, Wisconsin, home.
December 7, 1903, approximately two years after Daniel’s return, Amanda unexpectedly died. As of this writing, we have been unable to determine her cause of death. Though pure conjecture on our part, we can’t help but wonder if Daniel had a hand in her early demise. After her death, Daniel led a quiet life finally passing away in 1920.
According to the Kalamazoo Gazette, sometime on or before 1899 the old Jacob Crouch property was divided, sold to others and the farmhouse torn down. Now, some may think that ends the strange series of events surrounding this story. Not quite. In 1919 it was discovered all court records related to the Crouch murders had vanished. It is not known when they disappeared or how it happened.