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Boom, Boom, Boom

Another snow day today so I dipped into the archives and found these shots I took of the sunset in Gettysburg a few years back.  I hadn’t been to Gettysburg since before I could remember so it was really interesting driving around the battlefields and thinking about how awful and bloody these fields were back in the day.  64 more words

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Lou Reed and Bill the Butcher Are Dead

When you are younger there are places, people and songs that strike you like a chainsaw cutting through steel pancakes—maybe with a bit of butter on top to represent the beauty. 405 more words

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Excerpt From My New Novel!

My new novel, A Rebel Among Us, will soon be released. It is the third book in the “Renegade Series” (the first two books are… 1,353 more words

Gettysburg Ghosts & Spirits

Years before I realized my ability to connect with spirits, I did dabble in ghost hunting – paranormal investigations if you want to be formal or scientific. 1,140 more words

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Announcing Revolutionary War Wednesdays!

History can resemble the peeling of an onion. There are multiple layers, each one resting on top of each other and, when peeled back, can provoke an emotion—anger, happiness, empathy, or a score of others. 292 more words

Emerging Civil War

The "Last to Fall" is now available for pre-order

It can be said that the last deaths at the Battle of Gettysburg were two marines who fell from the sky in an airplane in 1922. 236 more words

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Adams County woman sentenced for her role in smuggling illegal aliens into US

HARRISBURG, PA (WPMT)  An Adams County is sentenced to 3 years in federal prison for her role in alien smuggling.   Martha Ortiz, 46, of Gettysburg, pleaded guilty last July to bringing aliens into the United States and conspiring with her husband and others to carry out the scheme. 102 more words

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