I’m a writer and ghostwriter. Some projects require research that includes going through old pictures. One such project was with a client who was the last of her bloodline. She was 91 and told me, “These are for you. Maybe something in there,” she pointed a gnarled, crooked finger at the stacks, “will be useful in […]
The hand came from the page…
“…never again shall you cover your shoulders. I declare your scars to be medals of gallantry greater than any I could bestow, and it is my will that all look upon them and learn the nature of courage.” ― Eloise Jarvis McGraw
This image was taken (and emailed) by photojournalist Steven Wehlock who was ahead of his support team, reaching the crash site 30 minutes before them. As we reported in our coverage last week… recent satellite imagery of what looked like a previously unknown crash site led to his self-funded investigation. Wehlock, a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist, […]
Old Miss Carruthers had died a crazy old cat lady. Little did we know, but her twin brother Angry Andy also had a vendetta against dogs, and seemingly one particular dog. We found out when a picture started to show up around the neighborhood. “What did you do?” I pulled the picture off the post […]
She lived two lives… Five days a week Elizabeth Holloway crossed the Great Hall through its morning setting of dark-to-light-to-dark again. Its vaulted skylight, above the enormous wooden benches, illumined some people and cast others in shadow. She wondered about those she saw in the same seat every day. Did those who sat in darkness […]
Two people in a place of wind and water and a time where body and soul become one.
Charlie and the Evil Dead
He was too late. Just outside the classroom, before the stalking dead took her down, he heard her scream:
“Wonhk, wawohnk, wa wohnk. WONHK!”
Then silence…. and the chewing sounds began. He turned away to head toward where he could make a last stand.