What Your Favorite Christmas Movie Says About YouPick from movies selected to see what your favorite says about you.
When Is Charlie Brown Christmas On?When you think about, one little guy, with a blue blanket knew what to say about Christmas. It has been written about in song, on TV and in the movies. But one speech from a little boy named Linus, spoke to my heart many years ago when I was a kid.
The Most Insane Calls To Butterball For ThanksgivingThe operators at Butterball Turkey Talk get a big laugh on Thanksgiving.
What Your Favorite Thanksgiving Foods Say About YouWhat your favorite dishes say about you!
When Is Charlie Brown's Thankgiving On?One of my favorite traditions is "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving". There is something about this little TV classic that warms my heart. When can we see it?
Seeing A Spider On Halloween Means A Good ThingHave you ever heard this?
What's Your Halloween Candy Personality?Ever wondered why you love those mini chocolate bars or why you adore candy corn? Psychologist Helen Boehm Ph.D, says you can unwrap the secret to happiness.
Is This A Photo Of A Ghost In Gettysburg?Her body was put on that bed (in the pic) after she was shot. What do you think?
Lady In White: Haunted GettysburgThis is not about the Civil War, but a love story, after the war, that has a terrible ending in Gettysburg. The story about "The Lady In White" goes...
Gettysburg: Haunted House On The BattlefieldThe Weikert House is located in the middle of the famous Battlefield of Gettysburg, where Sedgewick, Slocum and United States Avenues all come together. This was a field hospital for the troops. And the yard become a burial ground. Just how haunted is the Weikert House?
Take A Ghost Walk At Haunted Savage MillIf you love haunted history, you will like this ghost walk in Howard County. Your Charles Dickens like tour guide, takes back in time to tell the stories of loss and mystery. The tour is suitable for school aged children and it takes about an hour to complete.
Ghosts Gettysburg: Little Round TopOne of my favorite "Old Haunts", is Gettysburg. I visit this little historic town in PA, every October. Yes, searching for a few "ghosts". Each year I learn something new about the American Civil War. A few of my ancestors fought on the Confederate side. So, I am naturally drawn to this area. Read the ghostly encounter and check out my Little Round Top photo gallery, on a splendid Fall afternoon...