The 112th st is an old railroad track that runs along 2nd Street in Greenfield. It was originally called the “St. Mary” railroad, and it was originally a coal pit. In the late 1800s, coal was discovered in the area, and the coal was shipped to Chicago where it was used to fuel the city’s industrial and railroad infrastructure. The 112th st was named after the Chicago Heights neighborhood where the coal was discovered.
This is pretty rare even now since most of the coal is still in the ground and has been for a long time. However, there is a story circulating online about the 112th st running through the Greenfield area until it was removed by the city in the early 90s due to the pollution that it caused.
The 112th st was located in Greenfield, which is one of Chicago’s poorest neighborhoods, so I’m guessing someone knew where to find it there. It’s also possible that the coal was not shipped at all and that the location was simply a convenient depot for the coal.
Yeah, I’d probably say it’s more likely that the coal was shipped and that the 112th st was actually located in the basement of a house or a warehouse full of abandoned mining equipment. Both are plausible explanations though I’m not sure which can be proven scientifically.
Or that it was just one of those places in the area that was abandoned for a while, but the residents decided to leave and let the coal go to the trash and all the gas tanks in the neighborhood were filled with shit. That’s a lot of gas for the area, and I can’t imagine anyone being that stupid.
That’s what we’re going to find out. And in case you’re wondering, that’s actually one of the reasons why we’re doing this. We’re not just looking for a bunch of useless junk in the dark. We’re trying to find the 112th st. I have to imagine that it’s a pretty big deal, considering that it’s one of the biggest unsolved mysteries in the entire state.
Thats when you realise you’re on the murder front. And I’m pretty sure that if you’re thinking about it I’m pretty sure you’re thinking about it the whole time.
I have to admit I was initially a little hesitant about a cannabis puzzle being one of the biggest unsolved mysteries in Illinois. I mean, the problem is that it took the help of the Illinois Drug Task Force decades to solve, but the drug task force says were finally able to solve the 112th st. mystery in one piece. Not only that, but the state of Illinois has already passed the law that makes it legal for people to possess up to 300 grams of cannabis.
That was the headline I saw today in my news feed, but I wasn’t alone. The Illinois Cannabis Control Act, which passed in May 2014, was the first bill to make possession of up to 300 grams of cannabis legal in Illinois. The law allows people to possess up to 30 grams of cannabis, but only for personal use, not industrial or commercial purposes.