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UER Forum > Journal Index > Stories from the Fredericton Underground > Introductions - Leonard Tilley (Viewed 2675 times)
Introductions - Leonard Tilley
entry by toxictoaster 
8/26/2005 10:54 PM

I suppose some introductions are in order.

For the purposes of these posts due to the sensitivity of the subject matter, I wish to go by the name Leonard Tilley. I, and the rest of the Fredericton Underground, have taken on the names of our patron buildings on campus. I choose Tilley Hall, named after one of New Brunswick's early Premiers, who had a fascination for the arts, and helped found UNB, then known as Kings College.

I like to think of myself as the leader of the Fredericton Underground, but really all I am, is the most obsessed with it's exploration. I first heard of the existence of the Fredericton/Campus tunnel system from a Cabby, when I happened to ask him to tell me some strange or interesting fact about the area.

I no doubt will add to my introduction as it comes to me.


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