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
A favorite place my husband and I like to get out and exercise not far from our Nashville home is at River Park in Brentwood, Tennessee. An extensive path system connects it to other area parks. One of them is the Primm Historic Park off of Wilson Pike.
I'm rarely on
This is a guest contribution from Desmond Rhodes.
The Old Idaho Penitentiary, or the “Old Pen,” was home to over 13,000 murderers, rustlers, and bank robbers—among other criminals. Over its 101 year span, inmates were hanged, planned escapes, and kept in deplorable conditions. The Old Pen houses a history of famous
This is a guest contribution from H. Davis.
In 1991, a commercial aired for a psychic board game that gave kids the ability to ask questions about their future: the Ouija Board Game. At the time, the board wasn’t highly known as the game that lets you talks to spirits. In
This is a guest contribution from freelance writer Sally Writes.
Africa has to be the ultimate destination for an unforgettable holiday. Whether you want to explore unique cultural history, go on safari to encounter the big five or simply laze around on a sun-kissed beach, nothing can beat an African adventure. But not
What is it with April? I've shared my theory here before (we'll get to those links later) that I believe it's a cursed month. It's been a while since I went there though.
But every April I can't help but wonder, "What, when, where, and how will disaster strike this time?"
The guest for the Haunt Jaunts radio show on Tuesday March 21, 2017 is Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter author Chris Verstraete. (Who writes as C.A. Verstraete.)
Chris also happens to be a long time friend of mine. (I wanted to get acclimated to this radio hosting gig with people I felt