In the Footsteps of Thoreau

Journey along in the footsteps of Henry David Thoreau through Concord and Walden Pond.

The Shot Heard Round the World


The fighting at Lexington and Concord set the wheels in motion for the American Revolution.

Remembering 9/11

9/11 will long live in our memories.  Here is our journey to Ground Zero, the Pentagon, and the Flight 93 Memorial

​ Uncovering Deep Throat: Watergate

Scandal, corruption, and secrecy?  Not in Washington D.C.! Here we sneak down into the garage where the Watergate scandal broke wide open

 On the Trail of John Wilkes Booth: Part 2

John Wilkes Booth is just the first step.  What became of the rest of the conspirators?

 Digging up the Lincoln Conspirators

 On the Trail of John Wilkes Booth

Join us as we go on the hunt for John Wilkes Booth by retracing his 12 day escape in the course of a single day.

Join us as we go on the hunt for John Wilkes Booth by retracing his 12 day escape in the course of a single day.

General Stonewall Jackson is quite spread out through Virginia.  Here's my attempt to track down the sites and the legend.

​ Finding General Jackson

While attending the Gettysburg 150th commemoration, I ran into Robert Lee Hodge who was featured in the bestselling book Confederates in the Attic

​The Murders of Freedom Summer

​ An Interview with Robert Lee Hodge

In the summer of 1964, 3 civil rights workers disappeared in Mississippi, sparking a massive hunt for their whereabouts.

​ Emmett Till

The brutal murder of 14 year old Emmett Till in 1955 was one of the sparks for the civil rights movement

Medgar Evers was a key figure in the struggle for civil rights.  He was assassinated as he arrived home in June, 1963.

​ The Assassination of Medgar Evers