History of the Land: A new culture began emerging in North America around 1,000 BC. Known as the “Woodland Period”, there is evidence of well-organized societies throughout the area. These ancient people are known as “Mound Builders” and their settlements included large earth works and earthen burial mounds. The Adena were among the first known
A major thoroughfare on the Atlantic Coast, the Delaware River is both beautiful and tumultuous at times. Throughout history many towns and communities have sprung up along the river and thrived because of the many benefits it offers. One of these communities, a picturesque small town called Fieldsboro in New Jersey, with a population of
The question I am asked most frequently and the one that is hardest to answer adequately – how do I receive messages and guidance from the beyond? Usually, folks are less interested in my process but more curious about how it feels to receive this communication – how do I know I just don’t have
I recently began blogging about some of my amazing paranormal travel experiences at haunted and historic places with the main goal of sharing this unique and cool look into our haunted history with everyone. Before writing about the next haunted location, which I can tell you is the top of my list for scary experiences,
Since we had such a hauntingly good time at the Inn of the Hawke in Lambertville, NJ and the night was so beautiful, we decided to cross the canal and the river into New Hope, PA. Read about the Inn of the Hawke haunted jaunt here: https://wp.me/paqIPF-69 If you have checked out our jaunt to the
Welcome everyone! Today I had the honor of being nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award! I am beyond grateful and so humbled for this recognition. I am looking forward to the opportunity to share a little more about myself and getting to know everyone. The amazing Katie @Katiethetourist bestowed this award upon me today and you can
Here in New Jersey, the December days can be unpredictable – sometimes sunny and decent and other times cold, gray and miserable. Either way, the days are short and the nights long. That’s why we love to get out, take a drive and visit historic, haunted locations. Weekends like this past Saturday are my favorite.
Weston is a remote, historic town in West Virginia – home to America’s largest, and the world’s 2nd largest, hand-cut stone masonry building, second only to The Kremlin. Formerly known as Weston State Hospital, this building has a disturbing history dating back to the 1860’s and is now known as Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. See