A Beautiful Day

 Posted by at 12:20 am  Nick's Blog
Feb 032024
 

Yesterday was such a beautiful day that it was hard to believe that it was only early February. The temperature was in the low 70s, the sky was blue with a few high clouds, and it was too nice a day to spend it inside. I had a few chores I wanted to get done, […]

A Paved Road

 Posted by at 12:36 am  Nick's Blog
Feb 012024
 

We live on a paved country road. Here are pictures of it in both directions taken from in front of our house to prove it. Most people reading this will say “So what? Doesn’t everybody?” Apparently not, and I guess in this part of Alabama at least, that matters to some folks even if I […]

Mar 222023
 

Note: Yesterday was spent working on my new book, so I don’t have much to tell you about that. Instead, here is my blog post from five years ago today, about an early-day Indiana serial killer. While touring the La Porte County Historical Society Museum in La Porte, Indiana, we came across a gruesome display […]

Oct 292019
 

Note: In honor of Halloween, this week I am sharing some eerie stories we discovered during our years as fulltime RVers. Do you believe in ghosts? Do you think it is possible that the spirits of those long departed from this world can return? Are tales of ghosts and hauntings merely the product of overactive […]

Mar 272019
 

Note: This story is from my book Overlooked Arizona. Do you believe in ghosts? Do you think it is possible that the spirits of those long departed from this world can return? Are tales of ghosts and hauntings merely the product of overactive imaginations? Ask some of the rangers at Arizona’s Yuma Territorial Prison State […]

Mar 222018
 

While touring the La Porte County Historical Society Museum in La Porte, Indiana we came across a gruesome display about a female serial killer that included the skull of one of her many victims, and the mystery author and historian in me found the story fascinating. Not only by the cruelty that such a normal appearing […]