The Circleville Letters

Hey, Readers. Another Monday has rolled around, so that means it's time for another mystery. This one is certainly baffling and is still unsolved. It's been the subject of numerous newspaper and magazine articles as well as episodes of Unsolved Mysteries and 48 Hours. There has been lots of speculation, but just who was this... Continue Reading →

The Haunted Landers Theater

Hey, Readers. We’ve had a few weeks of mysteries, so I couldn’t let a month go by without posting at least one legend. This week, we’ll travel to the Show Me State of Missouri. The Landers Theater is a four-story brick and terra cotta building in Springfield, Missouri. It was built in 1909 and has... Continue Reading →

The Disappearance of Barbara Follet

Hey, Readers. Welcome to this week’s Mystery Monday. Today’s story is about another mysterious vanishing that occurred eighty-three years ago. Barbara Newhall Follet was an American child-prodigy novelist. She was born on March 4, 1914, in Hanover, New Hampshire. Her first novel, The House Without Windows was published in January 1927. Barbara was twelve years... Continue Reading →

The Phoenix Lights

Hey, Readers. It’s Monday, and you know what that means. Time for a new Mystery Monday post. This one occurred in the southwestern states of Nevada and Arizona On March 13, 1987, a series of widely sighted unidentified flying objects appeared over the skies of Arizona. Between 7:30 and 10:30 p.m., thousands of people reported... Continue Reading →

It’s Release Day!

Hey, Readers. Happy Friday the 13th. I hope you're not superstitious (I'm not) because today is the release date for my short story collection Menagerie. If you don't already know, it's a collection of thirteen multi-genre stories. I'm kicking off a thirteen-stop book tour beginning next Tuesday, January 17, and continuing through February 28. In... Continue Reading →

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