What are we reading right now? If you guess it involves zombies or vampire hunters, then you obviously know us pretty well.
The Damned Blog
The image of the Lord Jesus Christ Burned into linen at the moment of resurrection or an elaborate hoax?
An odd discovery has been made in the streets and parking lots of the United States -- literally. As in the mystery can actually be found pressed into the asphalt in various places, including right here in Connecticut.
An upcoming book by renowned true-crime writer -- and Connecticut resident -- M. William Phelps chronicles the case of America's deadliest female serial killer, Amy Archer-Gilligan, a not-so-sweet woman who was the inspiration for Arsenic and Old Lace.
Everything is getting smaller here in Connecticut, from our brains to our business.
North Carolina license plates claim that state is "First in Flight." Well, there's evidence that the title, as well as the Wright Brothers' place in history, may be in dispute due to the little-known story of Connecticut's Gustave Whitehead.
Looks like we're going to busy this week -- an excursion to Gungywamp and then the legendary Bat Boy is coming to town!