When Deadlines Were Deadly

When Deadlines Were Deadly

We all have deadlines that we must meet. But have you ever thought it would mean almost certain death? During the Civil War this was the case. The Confederate Andersonville Prison for Union soldiers was only in operation for 14 months during the Civil War. The Prison...
Driving The Devil’s Highway 666

Driving The Devil’s Highway 666

In 1926 Highway 666 was born. This lonely road was also known as the “Devil’s Highway” and ran through parts of the United States. Over the years this was the center of much controversy . The “Devil’s Highway” was the sixth branch...
The Barber Surgeon a Haircut for Your Soul

The Barber Surgeon a Haircut for Your Soul

A child’s fear of their first haircut seems like such an overreaction. But this may very well be instinctual, embedded upon their innocent minds by those in the past as a warning. You see long before you went to the Barber just to get a haircut it was a place of...
The Graveyard Shift is a Dead Ringer

The Graveyard Shift is a Dead Ringer

Working the graveyard shift is just a part of life in today’s economy. But have ever wondered where the expression came from? Before there was embalming fluid or any of the technology we have today. There was a time when some people were buried alive. This was a...