Wide eyes, sweaty palms, and a racing heart. Are these the tell-tale marks of a love story or a haunted tale? If the story is set in Florida, there's a good chance it's both.
While most Americans associate Daniel Boone with Kentucky, the famous frontiersman passed some important years in Missouri as well. Here, in an exclusive excerpt from his new book Finding Daniel Boone, Ted Franklin Belue provides a fun...
Vampires come in many fictional forms, some of them serious, some of them silly. But what form do real vampires come in? Do vampires exist? There is a fascinating and suggestive tale from the history of New...
This is Part 3 in our continued series, Healthcare Heroes, where we look back at the profound legacy of American doctors, nurses, and healers. Self-Proclaimed or Actual Doctor?
If you were tricked into slavery, how would you react? A famous legend in Georgia’s Golden Isles tells of a group of free West Africans who willingly came to America for work, upon realizing they would be...
In the 1950s and 1960s, Civil Rights became a focal point for Greensboro, North Carolina -- especially during the now iconic Greensboro sit-ins. The Greensboro Four. On February 1, 1960, four A&T...
In the late 19th century, George W. Vanderbilt II opened a mansion on the outskirts of Asheville, North Carolina. Called Biltmore, it was the largest home to ever be built in America, and a wonder of Gilded...

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