Ignore your family with this article I wrote about horrible things happening on game shows!
I’m back with more spooky(ish) stuff. The Man can certainly make stuff up just like the town drunk, but it sure makes a story more interesting when there’s official documentation of something weird.
This week I wrote about a mysterious treasure in the mountains of Arizona that may or may not exist.
It’s Halloween week, and you know what that means! I wrote an article about a band I really liked in 7th grade and have slowly lost interest in ever since. Sorry. I did see them live in Nashville like 7 years ago, though, and it was actually a really good show, even if the last Nine Inch Nails album I bought was Year Zero.
New one for this week. I’m back to scary true crime stories, but this time with a holiday-themed twist. And uh, not the spooky holiday that’s next week. That would be too predictable.
Growing up in the 80s I remember a LOT of missing persons cases, but these were the ones that really made an impact.
As part of the leadup to Halloween, I wrote about numbers stations. They sound boring on paper but trust me, just listen to some recordings of them and you will be creeped out. More creepy articles coming until the greatest day of the year!
I’m back on my bullshit, i.e., writing articles about creepy things
And on a related note, this is the one-year anniversary of my first article with Grunge. I took a break from freelancing for a few years when I got my day job but the folks at Grunge have made it a pleasure to return.
I’ve only recently started posting my Grunge articles here and I haven’t added them to my bibliography page yet, so here’s a link to all of the ones I’ve written in the past year!
This week I wrote about a huge piece of my hometown. Even as someone who isn’t into country music (when you’re around it your whole life it’s not that interesting) the Opry was (and still is) a huge part of life in Nashville.