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History is memory writ large, and Dragons have long memories. Most people—even many an ardent dracophile— believe Dragon history began when our ancestors first saw them landing at the neighborhood water hole, scattering herds of elephants and quagga, crocodile floats, and leaps of leopards. And to an extent, they are right: history needs witnesses and a record of its passing. Its writing and telling imbues it with weight and truth. That said, if a Dragon soars through the forest and nobody sees it, is it really there? The answer is a resounding YES. So, let's take a step back. Way back. Long before Homo sapiens memorialized it on painted cave walls and petroglyphed ...

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In the 1800s, construction crews cut through mountains, soared over rivers, twisted around bends, and drove straight into towns and cities to build railroad lines that swept across the land like an iron and steel wildfire. On May 10, 1869, a seminal moment in railroad history, a golden spike was pounded into the final tie to officially commemorate the completion of the transcontinental railroad. Railroads would connect states and nations, forever tying people and business together. Something else swept along with this marvel of construction and transportation, however, something that remains embedded in our collective psyche: railroad ghosts. Haunted railroad lore runs the full line of ...

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My latest book, The Horrors of Fox Hollow Farm: Unraveling the History and Hauntings of a Serial Killer's Home, covers a rather unique location. Usually, the locations of most serial murders are demolished, primarily to prevent ghoulish visitors from turning them into a makeshift shrine. Fox Hollow Farm, a sprawling 18-acre property located in Indiana, is a rare exception, however. Because it is privately owned, and also a family residence, Fox Hollow still exists today in a condition very much akin to that at the time of the murders. Serial killer Herb Baumeister (subsequently dubbed, "The I-70 Strangler," after a string of murders that took place along the interstate highway) was never ...

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As a medium, my heart always trembles when the plight of one's life is the pain that accompanies loss of a loved one. It often causes me to pause and reflect on the sadness. But, I'm always reminded that telling an afterlife story to the one who lives from the one who has passed is not to be evaluated, but simply experienced. If one message comes bringing a moment of peace, then maybe the person sitting before me can begin a process of stepping through their loss. At an event, I was touched by several individuals hoping to receive messages from their loved ones on the other side. A father desperately teetered at the junction of grief and living, wanting to hear that his beloved young ...

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