Hello everyone! I am back again! For those of you who live in the U.S., it’s almost time to whip out everything red, white, and blue that you own. It … Continue reading 13 Red, White & Blue Desserts To Get You Ready For Summer
Worried about how you’ll get into the fall and holiday spirit with the current state of the world? Honestly, I was worried about the same thing. That was until I … Continue reading 10 Fall Activities To Do While Social Distancing!
10. The True Importance Of Dunkin’ I’m going on a Dunks run you want anything? To start things off in the most Massachusetts way possible, you can’t survive in Massachusetts … Continue reading 10 Things Only Massachusetts People Understand
Hi I’m awkward. Cool. Enjoy! What’s up guys! I have finally gotten the energy and nerve to create another video story time about what was once another haunted location here … Continue reading The Danvers State Insane Asylum
So here we have it! The GRAND finale! Now that we have all the needed and appropriate background information, let’s get into what really happened on that supposed remembered day. … Continue reading The Real History Behind Thanksgiving Pt. 4: Thanksgiving?
So now that we have a little bit of backstory behind both parties involved, let’s dive into that first harsh winter the Pilgrims endured. So let’s first talk about some … Continue reading The Real History Behind Thanksgiving Pt. 3: That First Winter
So now that we have established a bit of backstory behind the Pilgrims and exactly as to why they chose to set sail to the New World, let’s take a … Continue reading The Real History Behind Thanksgiving Pt. 2: The Wampanoag Native Americans
So, lets talk about a subject that will probably be considered controversial even though almost every American celebrates it yearly: the true story behind Thanksgiving. Was it really a time … Continue reading The Real History Behind Thanksgiving Pt. 1: The Pilgrims
George’s Island, home to Fort Warren, is located in Boston Harbor and part of a chain of small islands is the area. Built originally in 1808, Fort Warren served as … Continue reading The Lady in Black of George’s Island
Wowza talk about a delay. At least you know you can always count on me to start something, not finish it, then come back to it like a month later. … Continue reading The Salem Witch Trials Pt. 7: The Old & The Young
Welcome back to day three! Time for the last of the three most haunted buildings on Endicott College’s Campus. Brindle Hall. I saved this one for last because it has … Continue reading The Hauntings of Endicott College Pt. 3: Brindle Hall
Welcome back my spooky travelers to part 2 of The Hauntings of Endicott College! Lets dive right back in and discuss the second most haunted joint over on campus, Winthrop … Continue reading The Hauntings of Endicott College Pt. 2: Winthrop Hall