Overtoun Bridge #MysteryMonday

Happy New Year, everyone! I hope you enjoyed the holiday season. Time to kick of 2022 with a new Mystery Monday post. This month, we’re going across the pond to the country of Scotland. Overtoun House is a nineteenth-century country mansion built between 1860 and 1863 near West Dunbartonshire, Scotland. Originally owned by James White, … Continue reading Overtoun Bridge #MysteryMonday

The Disappearance of Agatha Christie #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. It’s time for the last Mystery Monday post of 2021. This month's story is about one of my favorite authors. A young Agatha Christie (Public Domain) Agatha Christie is known for her sixty-six detective novels, fourteen short-story collections, and the world’s longest-running play, The Mousetrap. Her books have sold over a billion copies, … Continue reading The Disappearance of Agatha Christie #MysteryMonday

Bobby Fuller #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. It’s time for another Mystery Monday post. You may not recognize the name Bobby Fuller but many will remember the mid-1960s hit single, “I Fought the Law (And the Law Won).” The Bobby Fuller Four. Left to right, Randy Fuller, Bobby Fuller, DeWayne Quirico, and Jim Reese. (Fair use photo) The Bobby Fuller … Continue reading Bobby Fuller #MysteryMonday

The Haunted Queen Mary #MysteryMonday

Hey everyone. October is the time to talk about ghosts and hauntings, right? This month’s Mystery Monday is about the retired British ocean liner, RMS Queen Mary. The Queen Mary in New York City (Public Domain) The ship first sailed on May 27, 1936, as part of the Cunard-White Star Line. During World War II, … Continue reading The Haunted Queen Mary #MysteryMonday

Jimmy Hoffa #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. Last week was Labor Day in America, or what many call the unofficial end of summer. New York City held the first Labor Day parade and the state of Oregon was the first to make it an official holiday in 1887. In 1894, it became a Federal Holiday. With the holiday, I decided … Continue reading Jimmy Hoffa #MysteryMonday

Ghost Blimp #MysteryMonday

Those who've read my blog for a while know by now I love a good mystery, especially those that aren’t easily explained. I happened upon this story while searching for another Mystery Monday post and found it intriguing. In 1942, the United States was still reeling from the attack on Pearl Harbor. The outcome of … Continue reading Ghost Blimp #MysteryMonday

Unknown Soldiers #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. It's been a while since I've written a Mystery Monday post. This time, it's more history than mystery, except for the names of the three men interred in a tomb in Arlington National Cemetery. I wrote this post for Veteran's Day back in 2019 but decided to take off for NaNoWriMo. Since Memorial … Continue reading Unknown Soldiers #MysteryMonday

Hank Williams and Johnny Horton #MysteryMonday

Hey, SE Readers. Welcome to 2021. I think we’re all hoping this will be a better year than the last one, but as a friend said a few weeks ago, “I’m not agreeing to anything until I see some terms and conditions.” Like it or not, 2021 is here. And as for 2020, all I … Continue reading Hank Williams and Johnny Horton #MysteryMonday