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Clarendon Hills’ Country House Restaurant
Without a doubt, my next train trip to Chicago will include a visit just west of the city, to the Country House, for a burger and a Bloody Mary. I admit I like a good burger, but that won’t be the only reason I’ll be stopping by the Country House . . .
Australia is a country I hope to have the opportunity to visit someday for many reasons. One of which is the wide variety of unusual animals found on the continent, including sightings of the megalania prisca, a dragon-like creature thought to be extinct since the Ice Age.
Copper Queen Hotel in Bisbee, Arizona
The Copper Queen Hotel is said to be haunted by several ghosts. The most intriguing is that of a lady probably in her early thirties, Julia Lowell. She is said to have committed suicide in the hotel after being spurned by the man she loved.
Coral Castle in Florida
Engineers and scientists can't explain how this remarkable monument to a lost love was built, and the methods of construction have been compared to England’s Stonehenge and the great pyramids of Egypt.
Crash of Flight 401
The crash of Eastern Flight 401 in the Florida Everglades on December 29, 1972, and the subsequent paranormal activity reported on Eastern planes fitted with salvaged parts from the downed plane.
With the recent release of “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” I thought it would behoove us all to learn a bit more about the legends of the “real” crystal skulls.
Curse of the Mummy's Tomb
Growing up, I loved watching all the old Hammer Horror flicks including Frankenstein, Dracula and The Mummy. As an adult, I find the true history that these stories are based on even more fascinating than the tales themselves.
Daisy Irene Dryden was like any other little girl for her ten years of life…until her final three dying days when she began communicating with the dead.
Dark Spectre in the Cemetery
Several years ago, my dog and I were on our nightly walk through the cemetery near our home. Usually, our moonlit walks are fairly uneventful . . . we might see a herd of deer or a raccoon once-in-a-while. Sometimes, though, we encounter something or someone very unexpected.
Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein
While on vacation in the southwest recently, I had dinner with an old friend in Albuquerque who also believes Dean Koontz is "brilliant," and told me that I should definitely read the Frankenstein series of books because they have all the positive characteristics of his best work.
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