Got a press release about Denver's most horrifying haunts, the 13th Floor and The Asylum. Hard to believe but 2016 marks their 15th year!
I meant to post all this back at the start of the haunted house season but...I didn't. One distraction led to another and another and, well...you get
The Lone Star Spooks Facebook page shared a link from Week In Weird whose title says it all: "Colorado's Famously Haunted Stanley Hotel to Cease all Paranormal Investigations and Events."
This was shocking news on a number of levels.
However, it may not be as dire as it looks. Check out
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
Guess what season it is? Still Winter, technically. Ha! Did I getcha?
Seriously though, I can tell Spring is drawing near. Lately I'm seeing more and more horror and paranormal events being advertised, something that's sort of dead in Winter (pun intended).
Here's the ones I've seen so far. If they had
What a year it's been! As 2011 draws to a close, the travel tally stands at:
Four countries: Mexico, Belize, Honduras, and Turkey
Two continents: Europe and Asia (Three if you count flying over Greenland, which I'm inclined to do because (a) the pilot flew low enough for us to see it,
After our latest cruise to Catalina Island and Ensenada, we made a stop in Denver before coming home. One of my husband's cousin's was getting married.
We both grew up in Denver. We were only there for less than 48 hours this visit, but we had one morning to ourselves. We
One of my first Haunt Jaunts blog posts was about Cheeseman Park in Denver, Colorado. Of the 740 plus posts HJ has published, that one now has the most comments.
True, some of them are mine. Replies I've made to comments left by others. In most cases, the comments were made