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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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For anyone seeking enjoyable and vetted Christian fiction, please see other reviews by Peter Younghusband:http://christianfictionreviewguru.blogspot.com.au/  Or visit the online bookstore at Radiqx Press http://radiqx.com/vetted-christian-bookstore/  The Guru's Review:  I am so glad I did not have to wait for this novel to be … Continue reading

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