Laughter

Back in the day, my dear Bishop-friend would sign his emails “laughter is the best medicine.” At the time I found it to be very appropriate for him. He’s a jolly guy with an eclectic sense of humor. And certainly he’s seen his fair share of hardship in his life, so it only made sense that laughter meant a...

Tech Time with Brock and Doc: Paranormal Starter Kit

There is a plethora of equipment to choose from but what does someone who is new to paranormal investigating actually need?  Before you go crazy and spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on your new hobby, there is one thing you need to know.   Probably 99% of most paranormal “evidence” comes in the form...

The Ghosts of Baraboo Inn

Thieves, farmers, murderers, gunslingers, Native Americans, shopkeepers, girls of the night, good folks, evil folks, railroad tycoons, gamblers and drinkers – all and more are the weavings in the web of Wisconsin history. Happiness, fear, joy, dread, excitement and rage are woven into the very beams of...

Healing Animals

One of the most satisfying and rewarding things to be able to do is to help an animal in distress. They find a way to show their gratitude in a way that transcends the spoken word. This world of ours would be a poorer place without them; they can show us the meaning of life in their own unique way. They...

Excerpt from Shades by Brian Schwarz

Blood was sticking between my fingers, sending a rush of the stuff away from my brain, elating me in a familiar way—a way that always ended in a crash when I hit the floor. It wasn’t the bright red color that made me feel this way, nor the warmth of the thing, but the mere fact that it was a symbol of life....

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