Not Always A Sweet Ending

I’ll be honest. When I was planning out this week’s posts, this topic was not one of the topics I had originally researched and planned out but when I read about this urban legend in Texas, I had to look into it. It was something I had never heard of before and the fact that it is rooted in truth made me really interested in the topic. So, sit back, grab something sweet to nibble on, and let’s dive into the story of the The Candy Lady of Terrell, Texas.  Continue reading Not Always A Sweet Ending

This Week’s Theme: Texas

Now that things are getting back into a routine I can work with, lets get back to the paranormal posts y’all know and love. While I haven’t really spent much time in Texas, I love the places I have visited briefly while driving through the state. This week’s posts will be about haunted locations and urban legends in Texas. I have picked some pretty interesting topics that I think y’all will enjoy.  Continue reading This Week’s Theme: Texas

The Road To San Diego

If you follow my social media at all, you know that this move has been insanely chaotic. We were suppose to be out here months ago. In fact our entire house in Seymour, IL was packed up on July 15th. At the time we were planning on staying in a hotel for a week until Jeremy checked out of his command. A few days after the movers came, we found out that Jeremy wouldn’t be able to check out as planned because there was an issue with his re-enlistment that hadn’t been approved yet. Continue reading The Road To San Diego

The Alamo Remembers

The Alamo is located in San Antonio, Texas. The Alamo became the site of a battle during the Texas Revolution. The battle lasted 13 days from February 23rd through March 6th, 1836. Although everyone who was defending the Alamo was killed during the battle, the battlecry “Remember The Alamo” was used through the rest of the war and during the Mexican- American War. Continue reading The Alamo Remembers

Not Always A Happy Ending In This Forest

Fairytales seem to be full of princesses, witches, magic, and castles. While most present day fairytales seem to have happy endings, the original stories are much darker and with messages other than a girl needs just needs Prince Charming’s kiss to make everything alright. The stories that originate in the forests in today’s post are so much darker than Disney would ever want to go. Continue reading Not Always A Happy Ending In This Forest