History at my Door

You think you know it all about your home town, don't you? I thought for sure there wasn't too many surprises that Harpers Ferry could hold for me. I thought I had heard it all; from John Brown's gold hidden in the caves along the Shenandoah, to the ghostly marching band of Seminary Hill. Harpers... Continue Reading →

Jacob

NOW... "Come on Lucy, get your bag and let's go." Karl said. There was a tinge of panic in his voice that the kids weren't used to. "Dad..." Lucy pointed to the ornate mirror that had hung over the fireplace since the house was built. The scratches started lightly, barely audible over the din of... Continue Reading →

’96

  January 20th, 1996. You've never seen a winter like this one. At least i had not. It grew cold, quickly and fiercely. The sky went from its cool winter grey to the fierce and angry color of cold iron. It started snowing that afternoon. the stores had long been devoid of any milk, bread... Continue Reading →

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