I want to believe. Really, I do. The kid in me who grew up in the folklore-laden South hearing stories of the Bell Witch, Pukwudgies and all manner of other ghosts, specters, and spooks genuinely craves something indisputable to prove… Continue Reading →
There’s a certain charm that comes from visiting the Deep South in the spring and summer. The air is thick, humid and full of the aromas of fried foods and blooming flowers. Kudzu and Spanish moss wage war with one… Continue Reading →
Prepare yourselves for another fantastic journey, Harry Potter fans. This newest installment in the universe of the “Boy Who Lived” is actually a prequel, taking place in the magical world that was New York City in 1926.