Jefferson Haunts #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. I hope you enjoyed the Something Wicked tour last week. I had a blast hosting my fellow SE authors. But now, it's back to normal here. (Or as normal as it can get. LOL) Time for another Mystery Monday. The small East Texas town of Jefferson lies near the Louisiana border. At just... Continue Reading →

Haunted Vicksburg #MysteryMonday

As the battle of Gettysburg raged, a thousand miles to the south the siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi was nearing the end. For forty-seven days between May 18 – July 4, 1983, Union forces led by General Ulysses S. Grant surrounded the city. Confederate troops led by Lt. Gen. John C. Pemberton held firm. Finally, with... Continue Reading →

Gettysburg Ghosts #MysteryMonday

This month’s Mystery Monday posts will be stories of haunted America. There are hundreds of places I could write about. However, I chose towns places I have visited and taken part in a ghost walk or tour. The first is Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The picturesque town of Gettysburg lies in South Central Pennsylvania. In many ways,... Continue Reading →

Roanoke Colony #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. This week I wrap up the “mission persons” theme of Mystery Monday. Not to say I won’t revisit similar stories in the future, but next week I’m shifting gears since it’s October and the month of Halloween. The disappearance of English settlers on Roanoke Island in 1590 is one of the oldest mysteries... Continue Reading →

MH 370 #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. Welcome to another Mystery Monday. This week’s story is no doubt, one of the strangest disappearances in modern history. It’s not hard to imagine a small plane like the one Amelia Earhart flew disappearing in 1937. Radio communications weren’t as sophisticated, and we didn’t have the benefit of satellite communication. But how does... Continue Reading →

Amelia Earhart #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. It's time for another Mystery Monday. Two weeks ago, I posted about the strange disappearance of the Sodder children. Today and for the next couple of weeks, I'll continue the theme of missing persons. Most everyone has heard the name Amelia Earhart, the famed aviation pioneer who became the first female to fly... Continue Reading →

Sodder Children #MysteryMonday

Hey y’all. Welcome to this week’s Mystery Monday. I first became aware of this incident from a story in Readers Digest a few years ago. George Sodder was born in 1895 in Tula, Sardinia. He immigrated to the United States at the age of thirteen. He found work on the Pennsylvania railroads, but eventually moved... Continue Reading →

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