The Curse of Tippecanoe

It seems that no one is exempt from being the subject of an urban legend—including United States Presidents. Such is the case with the Curse of Tippecanoe. William Henry Harrison was the eighth President of the United States and the first one to die while in office. He also has the unfortunate distinction of having... Continue Reading →

US Presidents #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. My Mystery Monday posts have been sparse this year, and now that the book tours for House of Sorrow and Cold Dark Night are over, I thought it was a good time to revise this monthly series. Last Sunday was Independence Day, and America celebrated its two hundred forty-fifth birthday. Since the official... 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 →

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