Monthly Archive: October, 2015

Halloween Week Ghost Stories: Paralyzed Terror

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I saved this story for last because unlike the other stories this week Tara’s story is not one that is open to opinion of its reality. With stories of moving shadows, ghost, and… Continue reading

Halloween Week Ghost Stories: Ghost & Maple Syrup

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Haunted houses and Halloween go together like peanut butter and jelly. You rarely think of one that you don’t think of the other. Earlier this year I contacted Todd Chandler who owns the… Continue reading

Halloween Week Ghost Stories: Shadows in the Dark

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Have you ever seen shadows moving? I have. It was many years ago when I worked in law enforcement. While on patrol at night I would see the shape of a person standing… Continue reading

Halloween Week Ghost Stories: The Sandy Lady

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I am a huge lover of scary stories so every Halloween I celebrate it with themed photoshoots. I’ve done collaborations with writers telling a creepy romantic story, a H.P. Lovecraft inspired film noir,… Continue reading

50 YEAR REUNION OF VIETNAM VETERANS DAY III

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On the last and final day of the Vietnam Veteran’s Reunion a luncheon was held at the local VFW. Friends and family gathered one more time to share stories and a meal together.… Continue reading

50 YEAR REUNION OF VIETNAM VETERANS DAY II

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On the second day with the Birddog unit I covered a memorial ceremony at Fort Rucker dedicating a Vietnam Memorial. It was a an extremely hot day, which is just like the south to… Continue reading

50 YEAR REUNION OF VIETNAM VETERANS DAY I PART II

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The veterans were all members of Birddog units. I personally didn’t know what a Birddog unit was until I met them, one of the classic failings of public education, so I had to… Continue reading

50 Year Reunion of Vietnam Veterans Day I Part I

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There are some jobs you get that you take to pay bills. There are some jobs you take because they will be fun. But on the rare occasion you take a job that is an… Continue reading