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Fake bullshit story. Here is your Baltimore Gazette....Laughable!!!


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Baltimore Gazette Type Daily newspaper Owner(s) William Wilkins Glenn,Frank Key Howard, and William H. Carpenter Founder(s) Edward F. Carter and William H. Neilson Founded October 7, 1862 Ceased publication December 31, 1875 City Baltimore, Maryland Country United States

The Baltimore Gazette, also known as the Baltimore Daily Gazette and The Gazette, was a daily newspaper published in Baltimore, Maryland between 1862 and 1875.[1][2] It broke some high-profile stories including the fact that The Turk, allegedly a chess playing machine, worked because a human chess master was operating it from the inside.

The paper was associated with several high profile figures in publishing and politics, including William Hinson Cole and William Wilkins Glenn.

In 2016, the name was revived in the form of a website which published phony news stories.[3]

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