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The dark and gloomy places

Not all cemeteries are dark and gloomy, well… at least not all the time. Walking around in a cemetery in daylight with someone can be quite fun. 115 more words


Monday Sparks -- Writing prompts

So what happened? Is the overturned tombstone a sign of a Halloween prank? Vandalism? An epic battle between good and evil?

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Monday Sparks

Top 10 Villains I'd Like to see in Future Spider-Man Films

I genuinely loved Homecoming.  It was such a different film from the others.  One of the things I loved about it was the fact that the scope was small.  1,592 more words


Solstice of the Moon: Stories unknown

We had driven to Fortingall to see the venerable yew, but it just happens to be in the grounds of a church, so it was inevitable that we would take a look around. 802 more words


Halloween's Coming!

We do love Halloween over here at Wallace Church & Co. We’ve already team-carved one Jack-O-Lantern from the Farmer’s Market, decorated our windows and now, our Halloween Tombstone Pizza designs have hit the shelf! 12 more words


Shot Heard 'Round the Town

Wyatt Earp fired the most important shot…during the gunfight at the OK Corral.  Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday enjoyed the name recognition, but the most dangerous man on the streets of Tombstone that day was Frank McLaury.  259 more words


this day in crime history: october 26, 1881

On this date in 1881, the feud that had been brewing between the Earps and the Cowboys came to a head in Tombstone, AZ. Wyatt, Virgil, and Morgan Earp, along with their friend Doc Holliday, confronted Ike and Billy Clanton, Tom and Frank McClaury, and Billy Claiborne in a lot next to the OK Corral. 114 more words

True Crime