Category Archives: Supernatural Thrillers

As Dennis Bardens writes in Ghosts and Hauntings, “The harbingers of death, or death visitants, are those spectres whose coming presages doom or disaster, either immediate or imminent. There is a strong supposition that on occasion, telepathy—contact between two minds … Continue reading

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My family went to the Catfish Plantation in Waxahachie, Texas to celebrate our son's birthday. It is a restaurant housed in an 1895 Victorian-era home. It is purportedly haunted and has been featured on The Dead Files and investigated by … Continue reading

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The Grove (also known as the Stilley-Young House), is an 1861 historic home in Jefferson, Texas. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark. In addition, The Grove house has been … Continue reading

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  I have been blessed to have editors of the Iconoclast series that are talented, knowledgeable and honest. Most recently, I have been blessed by a talented editor who is a content editor, copy editor, and line editor combined. The … Continue reading

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Thanks to Steven Levi, Master of the Impossible Crime, for contributing the following story: Constructed in the 1841 to keep the peace between new settlers and Indians who’d been living in the area for hundreds of years, Fort Washita was eventually … Continue reading

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