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*I'M BACK* Lets Talk About The ButterBox Babies- Canadian Horror Story |Mystery&Makeup|Bailey S

Jun 05, 2021
Hello my beautiful friends, how are you? Oh my god, I missed them so much. Let's go in a group hug. Come to Aunt Bayley. Okay, that was weird, but you know we can't hug each other, but we shouldn't be hugging right now. hello omg I missed you guys. I know things are really crazy right now in the world, to say the least. I was gone for about three weeks. I know. Sorry, it wasn't supposed to be like this, but that's how it was. I'll just do it. I'll briefly tell you where I've been, but if you're more curious about me as a person, you can always watch my Saturday videos where I

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Bayley would be hello guys. I am very sorry to disappear from you for three weeks. It wasn't the plan originally, what happened was in 2020, it's just been a shit storm and then unfortunately my grandfather passed away and when that happened that's when I thought I'm done, I need a break and then I had a very , I would not say. It was poorly planned, but with what is happening, you see, we went on vacation and I really needed that break, so I thank you for being very understanding and sending me love and support. It was very nice.
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I seriously appreciate them. I had originally filmed a couple of videos to post while I was awake, so I was planning on going on a general vacation, but when my grandfather passed away I thought, I don't even want to do this now, like you know. I needed to disconnect and I did. I posted it on my YouTube community tab, my Twitter, my Instagram. I'm sorry if you missed it, so in the future, if I ever miss it, I don't plan on doing it for three years. weeks again, but if I miss it, I'll most likely post it on my YouTube community tab, on my Twitter, somewhere.
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I probably posted it, and if I didn't, then we should worry that someone caught me. I thank you very much for being so kind. thus understanding the end of the world and now I am

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I just love them. I filmed today's video right before we left. I was planning on uploading it while I was away. too, but that's okay, just letting you know. I don't know why I don't think it matters, but I'll keep quiet. I know you've been waiting, even patiently, and let's jump into today's

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if you're ever curious about what. I'm using it on my face and then I go down in the description box so today we're going to talk about butter box

babies

, have you heard of them? Well, let me tell you something. I was looking at Amazon.
I'm going down. main movies especially thrillers, I love thrillers, I think it was called Butter Box Babies, it could have been called something else, whatever I said at the beginning based on real events and that's how you understand me, I'm not easy, you could wear a t-shirt. t-shirt that says based on true events and I would say oh yeah give it to me amazing oh you know what I don't know why I'm kidding because that's not a funny story the movie I would give it a B-minus wasn't that great but the story in Overall it was interesting and made me curious.
I thought I needed to do some research on this. This is really real. Warning: The following presentation is intended for adult audiences. Contains graphic descriptions of the crime. scenes, adult dialogue and strong language, viewer discretion is advised, so in the spring of 1935, Eva Knee, Nova Scotian Fourth, was in a relationship with a man named Walter, she and Walter were dating for a while and then he found out that she was pregnant now they had to keep this pregnancy a secret because this is during a time when having a baby out of wedlock was a big no-no you know it was just a scandal okay you just didn't do it That, I mean, people are still like that.
I feel that way now, but whatever was more important, was more important then and during this time there just weren't many options as to what could be done, so Eva, when she found out she was pregnant, did some research and came. On the other side of this place called the ideal maternity home and Eva decided that this is where she would have her baby without judging a safe place for women and no one would know right before Christmas Eva headed to the maternity home and you know what She was welcomed with open arms by the owners whose names were William and Lila Young and they gladly accepted Eva and her unborn baby, I mean, this was their job, their passion.
About a week passed when poor Eva contracted an abdominal infection and was bedridden until the end of January when she went into labor, the labor was hard and Eva almost died while giving birth, unfortunately, although Eva's baby ended up dying shortly after. after being born and Eva was struggling to fight for her own life. William, one of the owners of the maternity home, wrote a letter to Eva's boyfriend's name was Walter and was letting him know about the situation that the baby had passed and that Eva was struggling to hold on to her life. Walter was not He thought that he didn't think Eva had much time left so Walter He even went out to visit the maternity home and that was when he found out that Eva had not been given any type of antibiotic for her infection and that the maternity home did not even had antibiotics available.
I mean, hello, what are you guys doing, obviously? The reason this made Walter angry he started asking around like, guys, have you called a doctor? offended indignant how dare he Oh Walter said I'm a doctor and there's no need to involve anyone else fool well I don't know if he said fool but I imagine he did I mean he wasn't there but he got offended and he said: I'm a doctor, we don't need nobody else, damn ego, you know, it's like the worst thing in the world, ego, so they didn't end up calling an amazing, amazing doctor, so Lila takes Walter aside and gives him a $25 bill for the burial of your baby.
She billed him and said, Yeah, so you have an infection and we're not going to call the doctor, but here's a bill. Thank you. Walter ended up paying the cost of the funeral and when he tried to return. Eva was told that visiting hours were over and she had to leave so Walter ended up leaving and then two days later Eva the fourth knee was dead

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are with Lila Lila was born in Fox Point Nova Scotia in 1908, around From that time, when Lila graduated from high school, she decided to study and become a teacher, so she did just that and at the age of 26 was when she met 27-year-old William Peach, a cool young man named William Peach.
I love that William Peach. I'm sorry. a bad guy here anyway, but he had graduated from medical school in 1923, now William would care for the sick along the southern coast of Nova Scotia and William and Lila would end up getting married in 1925 and shortly after the wedding , Lila found herself. I am pregnant with her first child and the two of them would have five children in total. Lila and William are the owners of this maternity home that I mentioned at the beginning. I usually don't like an opening story, but I thought I'd try it so Lila would train as a midwife and William decided to become a licensed chiropractor.
Now, during this time in 1927, the American Medical Association considered chiropractors to be charlatans. In the first 30 years of chiropractic professions, there were over 15,000. The prosecutions and about 20% of them resulted in incarceration, it was just considered not a real practice, not a real thing, so people were like underground chiropractors, which is very interesting because it's almost normal now, but you know what this is. He kind of went down a rabbit hole about chiropractors and how people actually believe to this day that it's all hot air and it was really interesting because I know I never thought to question anything, well, we're good here.
Ennio, the couple stayed. We were in Chicago for two months before we decided to move to Nova Scotia, they didn't have much money but were able to buy a small four bedroom cabin in East Chester. I love old stories like this, it's like we were poor, but we bought a four bedroom house. Oh, if only we could do that now, huh? So yes, they got their own four-bedroom cabin in East Chester. The Youngs had a vision, a vision. The visions are always in these stories. Visions, but they had a vision that they wanted. opening their home to people who need medical care, which sounds great, right, it's very nice, so they decided to start a life and health center with the motto "where the sick get well." I quote, but at that moment it was like, my God, where the sick are cured, that's so clever.
You know, I thought like the first time people heard this. Lila's midwifery qualification came in handy and the couple soon realized there was a huge demand for maternity. attention in that area, especially for young mothers or single women who became pregnant. You see, there were no support programs for single mothers in Nova Scotia. This was a time when having children out of wedlock was still very taboo, with families even turning their backs on their unmarried pregnant daughters and throwing them out of the house to fend for themselves. I mean, people still do that to this day, but you know this was more intense because it was really frowned upon.
I've mentioned this before in another video like everything was frowned upon back then like it was just a shame, he brought shame to the family you know, but there's no place for these women to go, but they didn't have anywhere so many single mothers walked through the doors of the Young home. Lila and William, his last name is Young. I'm going to refer to them as Young, so the two decided to rename the facility an ideal maternity home. They promised to be discreet and protect future mothers from social judgment. they put ads in the newspaper that said date maternity ideal shelter for mothers for girls without advertising end of the quote they put another ad that said date Lady gossip has ruined the lives of many young people and ruined them socially they could have been shining stars in the society and a power in the world of utility if they had been protected from gossip when they can make mistakes and quote and so it sounds good because it's true, you know they also had a little pamphlet or pamphlet and within that pamphlet they made it sound like a place safe and welcoming. for the mothers and were promised entertainment and recreation in modern facilities while the

babies

would have a fantastic start in life, yes I mean they made it sound amazing, the ideal maternity home also offered full adoption services.
Abortions were also performed, which were completely illegal. At that time, in Canada before 1969, the maximum penalty for a doctor or anyone else who performed an abortion was life imprisonment. Thissupporters and the community would offer and donate. items, but also a lot of money because from the outside, looking in it was like, oh, the fact that they are giving these single mothers a safe haven to have their children and then they found suitable homes where they could raise their children all the time. time. doing this in the name of the Lord. Wow that's awesome here's my money and like I'm not trying to point the finger at them in any way and for them they thought they were peaches and cream they were doing great things so I just don't think they're necessarily the bad guys it sounds As a good cause from the outside, looking at the ideal maternity home had their brochure dated and had tons of quotes from, for example, their local senator who fully supported what they were doing and then there was also a photo inside the brochure of the son and the daughter-in-law of the lieutenant governor of Nova Scotia that they had adopted a baby from the ideal maternity home, so I mean make them look good, so again everyone thinks this place is doing great. yippie-ki-yay things yes, but the reality without a name name hey, they were not good at doing good things many did not like the ideal maternity home and saw it as a way to exploit young mothers in need Minister of Public Welfare of Nova Scotia Singh was dr.
Frank Davis heard a lot of rumors about deaths occurring in the maternity home, so he decided to have some people investigate the situation. An inspector went to the Ideal Maternity Home in 1945 and reported negligence after seeing babies weighing half the average. weight of babies her age flies were swarming around there were simply dirty conditions that were not suitable for people to live in and she made reports about it, so after many reports of neglect and concerns about the ideal maternity home, an amendment was added to the Maternity Pensions Law by adding more requirements and order for leaves to be accepted for maternity pensions, so I want to say that at least thanks to them more laws were established to protect future people who are victims of this, as well which at least is sad, but at least something good came from our knowledge, as soon as the amendment came into force, the ideal maternity home was rejected. a license and they closed me down, but of course I didn't stop Lila, she is convinced that they were just harassing her, okay, she was calling out the families and things like they are harassing me, guys, I need your donations now more than ever because I They are closing anyway, so she tried to continue without a license and tried to appeal the denial of a license.
Lila and William were convicted of violating the Maternity Pension Act and also practicing medicine without a license in 1945. I'm thinking, what a prison time, well, no, they were fined a hundred and fifty dollars. I was nothing to them anyway, but Lila was still furious about this whole situation and the court cases and the harassment, so she ended up trying to file a $25,000 lawsuit against a local newspaper that had been outing her to her. Like, no, you can't do that, so he went after them, the whole case was just a big joke, but the trial actually ended up exposing many of Lila's bad actions that mistreated the negligence that had occurred within the house just brought these things to light, so their fool backfired after that, the ideal maternity home soon officially closed and Lila and William soon went bankrupt.
I know where all that money went. I think they probably put it somewhere safe, maybe the business just went bankrupt but they were still very rich. I don't know, but in 1962 William died of cancer and in 1967 Lila died of leukemia. Lila was buried in a cemetery next to the place where she had been burying the butter box babies. It's not that sad, sad, sad, the ideal maternity home was abandoned for quite some time, but in 1962 someone set it on fire. and it burned down, arson was suspected, so it kind of stinks, I mean, no, well, it would be interesting to see the place, never mind, but yeah, supposedly burned down, I'm not too sure, but I think the Babies are still buried there, but there is a website dedicated to helping.
Survivors of the Butter Box Babies case find their biological families. I'll leave it in the description box if you're curious to read more about this and also read different survivor stories. There are many of them and, honestly, there is no record of them. Also, it is very difficult to try to locate all of these babies that were sold. Yeah, anyway, that's a story about the butter box babies. I'd love to hear your thoughts below. It was a fairly old case and there is not little. There's no information out there, but what we do know is what I told you and I feel like that's enough to know that this place was horrible.
I feel so bad for all those poor women who were taken advantage of by this money hungry family. and I'm going to try to do a little more research because I'm curious to know where all their money went, they made so much, so where did it go. I don't know anyway, let me know your thoughts below. Thank you so much for hanging out with me today. I love and appreciate you so much and I hope you have a wonderful day today. Please make the decisions. Please be careful and I will see you very soon. Do that theme song at the end, how dare I?

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