Horror Writer Pays Tribute To Limestone In Many Of His Stories

Gunnells - PhotoPeaceful and idyllic, no one knew that an ancient evil was lurking at Lake Limestone, which continues to be known around campus and the community as simply “The Quarry.”

Over 60 years after the limestone mine was abandoned, a young student watched in terror as the darkness of Lake Limestone swallowed up his friend who ignored nearby warning signs and decided to enter the water. His friend survived the incident, but was never the same. Meanwhile a different student inexplicably disappeared. And then another. It seemed that the long-told story of how The Quarry filled with water wasn’t quite the truth. The young man who dared to dive deep to find out what was at the bottom stirred up something dark, something horrible.

And to this day, a sense of foreboding surrounds The Quarry.

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16 STATES, 11 COUNTRIES REPRESENTED ON DEAN'S LIST, HONOR ROLL

1845 MarkLimestone College had a combined 445 students named recently to either the Dean’s List or the Honor Roll for the spring semester of 2014.

Those students represent 16 different states and 11 different countries.

Full-time students (taking a minimum of twelve semester hours) receiving the grade of “A” in all of their courses are included on the Dean’s List , while full-time students with a Grade Point Average of at least 3.75 are included on the Honor Roll. The lists include students from Limestone’s traditional Day Program, and Extended Campus Classroom and Internet Programs.

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