It wasn’t supposed to be this way. That’s how Penny Dewberry of Greer felt after giving birth to her son, Nate, at 32 weeks on March 7, 2012. He weighed just 3 pounds, 5 ounces. He was supposed to go home, where Dewberry’s daughter, Allison, would feed him and later teach him to read. “He was definitely going to play baseball,” Dewberry said. Andrew Nathan Dewberry died April 4, 2012, after spending four weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit.
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The Ghost of Edgar Allen Poe On October 7, 1849, renowned author Edgar Allan Poe died at Washington Medical College. Two days earlier, a man had encountered Poe “in great distress and in need of immediate assistance” on a street in Baltimore, MD. Poe, who wasn’t wearing his own clothes at the time of his discovery, repeatedly called out the name Reynolds, but died before he could explain who he was talking about or what had made him so ill. Newspapers at the time claimed Po