Even though we don't have cable, I of course know who Mike Wolfe is from American Pickers. Mostly because he has a house out in Leiper's Fork and is neighbor's with one of my tennis buddies.
What I didn't know was that he had a store here in Nashville called Antique
I discovered Lesia Miller Schnur, a.k.a. The Haunted Librarian, when both of us were named on Feedspot's List of Top 50 Paranormal Blogs. Not everyone on that list appealed to my particular paranormal sensibilities, but I liked what I saw on her blog. I added her to the list of WordPress
The other day I was finishing up some holiday shopping when I spotted these gigantic dog nutcrackers in TJ Maxx/Homegoods. And when I say gigantic I'm not kidding. Yes, I'm only 5'1" so most everything and everyone towers over me, but these were even taller than my 6'2" husband!
Thanks to a guest I had on my radio show earlier this year, Chris Verstraete, yes, I did know Lizzie Borden had another home.
Under her nom de plume, C. A. Verstraete, Chris has written two books involving Lizzie Borden: The Haunting of Dr. Bowen: A Mystery in Lizzie Borden's Fall River,
Something strange is going on in your house — your jewelry is beginning to go missing, only to be discovered in the strangest of locations a few days later. Maybe your pets are watching, playing, or reacting to something you can’t see. You hear unusual noises in the hallway at
As we learned from the most recent installment of Fey Fridays, the Halloween we know and love today originated back amongst the Celtics, in areas encompassing modern-day Ireland, the United Kingdom, and northern France. Originally, this society saw November 1st to be the first day of the new year, and
I'm not exactly sure what Curious Events Day is. Who created it? What curious events does the day pay tribute to? What are the greatest curious events that have ever happened? How would you even classify such a thing? Could you?
I don't know.
All I know for certain is that Curious