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 US Presidents #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

Archibald Gracie #MysteryMonday

Hey, everyone. I think we’re long overdue for a Mystery Monday post. You may remember my post, Strange Coincidences, where I recount events in the life of Robert Lincoln, son of our sixteenth president. I’ll let you decide if you think today’s story is another strange coincidence. I’ve always been fascinated with the Titanic. The … Continue reading Archibald Gracie #MysteryMonday

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 Strange Coincidences #MysteryMonday