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The Sky and Tomorrow

This post could go in several directions, but the one that tops everything for me is the effect an author can have on a reader.  It all began with a post I did four years ago about a distant cousin, … 546 more words

Genealogy

Yreka: There’s Real Life Beyond the Motels

The Yreka, California chamber of commerce is not going to tell you about this walk. Usually I walk downtown, where everything is closed, except for the bars. 380 more words

Behind the Book

Society has buried those branded outcast in unmarked graves, at cross-roads, and outside the cemetery fence. Crossbones Graveyard is a famous, or infamous, example. 90 more words

Writing

Tripping over graves in Savannah GA

A  short time ago I went on a trip down to Savannah Georgia. It was nice to get away from the growing snow-fortress of solitude that was my CT home. 464 more words

Haunting TV

NGOs: Dig deeper for more unmarked graves

The epitaph Namaloom Shaheed is carved on the tombstone of a boy buried a stone’s throw away from Lal Chowk in Srinagar.

The epitaph Namaloom Shaheed is carved on the tombstone of a boy buried a stone’s throw away from Lal Chowk in Srinagar. 527 more words

Witching

Back in October, my assistant and one of the volunteers at my museum took me to a cemetery a few miles outside of our town to record the names of the buried and to try to figure out if there were any unmarked graves. 516 more words

Montana