I came across these Halloween postcards from the early 20th century on PublicDomainReview.org. They're kinda head-scratchers, y'all. I can't decide if they're disturbing or disturbingly cute. What do you think?
Last Friday, I was driving home from Birmingham when I spotted this creepy clown in the back of a Jeep on Interstate 65. The head turned from side-to-side on the Pennywise look-alike (the clown form the original 'It' miniseries), making it appear to be a real person. Creepy enough to make a great Hallow-meme. Have a… Continue reading Did you know Pennywise has an Alabama cousin? Happy Hallo-meme
Sweetums and I visited the Mineral Springs Hotel in Alton, Illinois, on our Route 66 honeymoon last October and it seems a fitting time to tell you about the ghosts that reportedly haunt it. We stopped in Alton specifically to see the statue of the World’s Tallest Man (click here to see if he or… Continue reading Ghosts of the Mineral Springs Hotel, a Halloween tale
Shannon Ballard with the Southern Mysteries podcast interviewed me recently about an incident in Coalburg, Ala., in 1892, in which eels rained from the sky. Listen to their research on the story. I also wrote about the day in 1954 when it rained fish on the town of Chilatchee, Ala., in my book "Forgotten Tales… Continue reading Hey, y’all, listen to my podcast interview about eels raining on Alabama
After Baby Girl shared this photo of her cat trying to get into a box, I knew it had to be a meme. Just look at its white furry tummy caught on the edge! lol.