I recently had the pleasure to be interviewed by the amazing folks at LouisvilleHalloween.com. We discuss Goatman, Ches McCarthy, and Waverly Hills Sanatorium. CLICK HERE to read it. LouisvilleHalloween.com, in… read more →
CAN YOU BELIEVE I LOST? I demand a recount. Oh well. I think I looked pretty awesome.
It’s Halloween weekend. Trick or Treat’ers will be arriving shortly, and I’m preparing to carve Jack ‘o Lanterns with my wife. I find myself sitting here, thinking about why we do the things we do on Halloween. Being a Halloween enthusiast, I know many of the reasons behind Halloween customs. I decided writing a few of them in this blog might be a good way to fritter away some spare time.
The Washington County Historical Society is trying something new this Halloween! Instead of the usual “Ghosts of Washington County” program, this year I’ll be at the first ever “Chilling Tales: Wisconsin Authors and Investigators Speak!”
This blog post originally appeared as a feature article in the October, 2010 issue of the Washington County Historical Society’s “Court Reporter.” I’m posting it here (slightly extended) as a Christmas gift for all of you.
I was given a tour of the 166 year old building. I learned quiet a lot about Ray Wolf, former owner (and current ghost) of the restaurant. Ray was a fascinating fellow who hunted, painted, and loved the circus.
Author Neil Gaiman has started a cultural movement which I hope is extremely successful. “All Hallow’s Read” is a new Halloween tradition in which…
Animal effigies created for reasons unknown by an enigmatic people, vandalism, grave robbing, and ghosts. I’ll be starting on the first draft of this piece shortly. I cannot wait to sink my teeth into this piece.