The Case of Bobby Dunbar #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone! I came across today’s Mystery Monday while searching for info on another story and found it intriguing. It’s one of those unsolved, yet unsolved mysteries. Some of you may have heard about Bobby Dunbar. Others haven’t. So, here goes. Bobby Dunbar was born in 1908, the oldest son of Percy and Lessie Dunbar... Continue Reading →

Strange Coincidences #MysteryMonday

Hey everyone. Today’s Mystery Monday post is a bit different. This is the first post regarding strange coincidences. I plan to write a few of them now and then. After all, coincidences are often mysterious. A few weeks ago, when I posted about Lincoln’s ghost, I was reminded of a story about his son, Robert... Continue Reading →

Lincoln’s Ghost #MysteryMonday

Hey everyone! Those of us in the USA are celebrating President’s Day. Formed by the Uniform Federal Holidays Act in 1971, the day was created to celebrate the birthdays of Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Today, I’m going to talk about Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln was our sixteenth president and served from 1861-1865 during one... Continue Reading →

My Own Back Yard #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. There are countless mysteries around the world, most of which will never be solved. I had a few topics in mind for today, but nothing resonated enough for me to finish the post. But thanks to friend and fellow author, Mae Clair, who wrote about a personal event in a Weirdness Wednesday post,... Continue Reading →

Flight 19: #MysteryMonday

Hey, readers. This week we’re returning to the sea for another mysterious disappearance. This one has always fascinated me. The Bermuda Triangle is an area in the Atlantic Ocean between Bermuda, Southern Florida, and Puerto Rico. It’s also referred to as Devil’s Triangle or Hurricane Alley and is the spot where several ships and aircraft... Continue Reading →

Children of The Tracks #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. I’m happy to report my missing muse has reappeared. I wrote a bit on my WIP this weekend and sent three chapters to my critique partners. I’m still behind in scheduling blog posts. In particular, research for Mystery Mondays has been lacking. I became aware of this week’s tale several years ago and... Continue Reading →

The Mary Celeste #MysteryMonday

Hey everyone. Welcome to the first Mystery Monday of the new year. Today’s story dates back almost 150 years and is one of the greatest maritime mysteries of all time. The Mary Celeste was a 282-ton brigantine ship that left Staten Island, New York on November 7, 1872, bound for Genoa, Italy with a cargo... Continue Reading →

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 →

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