According to our Weird Holidays & Observances Calendar, October 30 is Visit a Cemetery Day. (It's also National Candy Corn Day, Mischief Night, and Haunted Refrigerator Day.) But this post is dedicated to Cemetery Day.
I thought it'd be fun to revisit some of the most hauntingly beautiful cemeteries we've visited
We're pleased to welcome back guest blogger Harry Parsons of Arcadia Publishing. You may remember his post about 6 of the most notorious graveyards in America. This post profiles the eternal residents of one of those graveyards.
If you’ve always wondered which of America’s most famous cemeteries is notorious for
We're very pleased to welcome Harry Parsons from Arcadia Publishing with this fabulous guest post about notorious graveyards. Enjoy!
With Halloween fast approaching, it only stands to reason that our thoughts might be turning to ghost stories and creepy things in anticipation right around now. We’re wondering what we should dress
Okay, I don't know what a "psychological them park attraction" is, but that's what THORPE PARK says it will unveil in Spring 2016. I do know if it has creepy mascots running around like the pair of life-sized Victorian dolls it had strolling around London, I'm not sure I could handle
I'm not much of a baseball fan, but my neighbor and his wife are. Big time. Their son even played in the majors once upon a time. With baseball season just having gotten underway and so many of my friends posting about it on their Facebook pages, it got me
Thanks to the Weird News section on my Roku's NBC News channel, I saw the story about Watertown, NY putting up a sign to acknowledge a paranormal vortex in one of their parks. Thompson Park to be exact.
Apparently there's been an urban legend in that area for years about people
I was going through my photos the other night and realized something very bad. I have not written about a lot of my jaunts over the past couple of years.
I may mention them on the Facebook page or share an occasional pic here or there, but wow have I neglected
Over the weekend I watched a show called "Real Fear." Or part of the show I should say. I didn't see the whole thing, but I caught a good chunk of it. The show's whole title is "Real Fear: The Truth Behind Movies." This episode was the truth behind Steven
My restless spirit never feels more at peace than when my jaunts take me outdoors. Maybe because growing up my family was only inside when we had to be. If we could get out and experience nature, we did. If we couldn't get away for the weekend or a day
Since there's a chance we might get to San Francisco this year, I'm already researching things we can do while there. I came across this Winchester Mystery House, Muir Woods and Sausalito Day Trip tour On Viator, and decided it'd make for a fun Feature Friday post.
ABOUT THE TOUR