Located in the southern portion of the state, Bowling Green is Kentucky's third largest city. It's 60 miles from Nashville, Tennessee and 110 miles from Louisville, Kentucky. It was honored with a Dozen Distinctive Destination by the National Trust for Historic Preservation because of its dedication to showing off its
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
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
I decided to resurrect a past post from the archives. Reapers, Creepers and Shadow People: A Theory Inspired by Ghost Adventures at Waverly Hills was originally published on October 13, 2010.
It's one of my favorites theories. I modified it only slightly to rerun here. In case you missed it the first
Everyone has their most haunted cities lists, don't they? In honor of Valentine's Day I thought it'd be fun to recap the 14 most romantic haunted cities we've jaunted to so far. (14 for February 14, get it?)
You won't see too many big cities on my list. Chicago and New York are
I finally had a chance to watch last week's Waverly Hills Ghost Adventures episode. I was sorry it took me so long to watch. Waverly Hills is one of my favorite haunted places.
It's because of the shadow people. They fascinate me as much as they scare me.
But something occurred
Okay, before I begin let me offer this disclaimer: A "real" haunted place is a tricky beast to define. As I've written about before, there really is no such thing as an "officially" haunted place.
However, for the purpose of this post, the places mentioned herein are ones highly regarded for