From 1945 on, her Rose Meta House of Beauty drew black women around the country to the famed enclave of Sugar Hill and “the biggest Negro beauty parlor in the world.”
He gave up life as a successful Burmese businessman to teach meditation in India, and played a significant role in the explosion of interest in meditation as we know it today.
Ghosts! Billygoats! Lazy men and thirsty thieves! All these stories — and more like them — as they were dutifully reported in the late 1800s and early 1900s.