Historically Haunted

I don’t know about you but growing up one of my favorite elementary school memories was when we were lead down to the computer lab to play Oregon Trail. While research haunted location in Wyoming, I was surprised to see a location that I remember from the game come across my list of places to look into. How many of y’all remember taking a rest at Fort Laramie in the game? Continue reading Historically Haunted

The Most Haunted Haunted House In Utah

When a location is thoroughly haunted, it shouldn’t be surprising in this day and age when that location is used to scare more people than just the ghosts can do. If you like horror movies you may have seen Utah’s mot haunted location. The Cottonwood Paper Mill and possible some of it’s spirits have been seen in such movies like Halloween: Curse Of Michael Myers, Heredity, and Bleep. But what happened in the history of this building to cause all of the paranormal activity that has been reported over the years?  Continue reading The Most Haunted Haunted House In Utah

Table For 100 Spirits, Please!

When I was looking for suggestions this week’s locations, I had a few people mention this restaurant. The more I looked into it, the more intrigued I became by it. The amount of activity that happens here and the amount of spirits that seem to wander through easily explains why this restaurant is considered to be Utah’s most haunted restaurant. I also love the family history associated with the Leslie’s Family Tree Restaurant.  Continue reading Table For 100 Spirits, Please!

A Date Night With Our Dog

Between this move and all of it’s surprises, Bagheera getting sick, me getting sick (thankfully it was only a cold but it knocked me out for most of the weekend), and the military screwing up Jeremy’s pay last week, we needed a break and something to get us into the Christmas spirit. On Sunday night, Jeremy, John Paul and I loaded up into the car to go do something fun.  Continue reading A Date Night With Our Dog