This Thursday, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., the perfect story for the Halloween season . . . digging up bones from a long neglected grave. The infamous "Roger Williams tree root" will be on display at Roger Williams National Memorial in Providence, Rhode Island, as part of the park's 50th anniversary celebration.
Roger Williams National Memorial
For more than 300 years, since late in the 17th Century, the shorthand attributed to Roger Williams in the margins of a library book befuddled code crackers. But now a team of students and faculty at Brown University has cracked it and come to learn what the founder of Rhode Island wrote.
Did you arrive at the answer by divine direction?