On Sunday it was a beautiful day, so a couple friends and I took the Harleys out on road trip to Galena to do a little sightseeing and shopping. After I picked up lots of tasty candy and over priced, but yummy popcorn, we began to venture out of town. But before we left, I insisted that we stop to check out the home of Civil War Hero and former President Ulysses S. Grant. Upon entering the site, I made a shocking discovery.

A little background on President Grant and his Galena home. Ulysses S. Grant and his family arrived in Galena in the spring of 1860 and rented a modest brick home on the west side of the river for approximately $100.00 a year.

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Unfortunately, since I arrived too late in the day the home was not available for tours, however, you could walk around the grounds and take a peek in the windows. Most of the house appeared to display a lifestyle reminiscent of the 1860's, but I was shocked when I peered into the kitchen window. Check out what I discovered in this EXCLUSIVE REPORT.

So folks, I would suggest re-writing the history books now. Does this suggest to you what I have been thinking all along? You bet, President Grant was a time traveler!