Fear and panic gripped the residents of rural Chautauqua County during the summer of 1946. Over a dozen documented sightings of two large Panthers/Cougars, roaming within an area of less than 10 miles, culminated into an attack of a young boy on August 14, 1946 in Busti, New York. Little did the residents of the […]
Over the years lighthouses have served the purpose of keeping those at sea safe from crashing against rocky outcroppings or running aground when approaching land. In recent time the lighthouse has gone the way of the great sailing vessels of yesterday. Now with the advent of GPS and radar the lighthouse has very little use but […]
In his prime Charles Dickens was a man who churned out novel after novel that instantly became classics. At times he would release these in chapters and the avid reader would have to wait for each subsequent chapter to come out. His last book The Mystery of Edwin Drood was released in installments to readers from around […]
Reader Submission August 4th 2010 I lived in the house that James Prendergast once owned and every night he would appear he liked knocking pictures off the wall and open my kitchen cupboards.
Reader Submission Just got out of hospital, so I’ve got plenty of time, here goes; I had been asked to play for “Forever Plaid” at the Little Theater, but I hadn’t played String Bass for 25 years or so, so I was plunking away on stage before dress rehearsal (Just like falling off a bike-ya […]