Sego Canyon Ghost Town and Petroglyphs

Sego Canyon petroglyphs and Sego ghost town are a short drive from Hwy 70 in Utah. On our road trip to Moab, Utah, we took a short detour to Sego Ghost Town, Thompson Springs Living Ghost Town, and Sego Canyon Rock Art. Continue reading Sego Canyon Ghost Town and Petroglyphs

Savannah Georgia Tour Tidbits Learned While Exploring Savannah GA

Savannah, Georgia hidden history we learned while exploring and touring Savannah. Savannah, Georgia is a unique city to visit. Between the Spanish Moss, architectural beauty, and rich history there is truly something for everyone in Savannah. We spent several days exploring Savannah. And on our trip and tours, we learned little facts about this and that. For instance, what is Spanish Moss really? Who the heck is Casimir Pulaski? Where is the Forrest Gump bench? So come along with us as we show you tidbits we leaned about Savannah Georgia. Continue reading Savannah Georgia Tour Tidbits Learned While Exploring Savannah GA

downtown Central City. Narrow brick street with old western style buildings. Some cars and old gas lamp post

Central City Colorado – The Town That Won’t Die

Jennie Johnson from the podcast “The Ordinary, Extraordinary Cemetery” joins Colorado Martini in a discussion about the twin towns of Central City and Black Hawk, Colorado. We will discuss the history of the towns and their famous picturesque cemeteries. Jennie has done tons of research of the area and brings her expertise to the discussion.  Continue reading Central City Colorado – The Town That Won’t Die

Sign saying Las Vegas, New Mexico. And the hotel in the background

Historical Harvey Houses in Las Vegas, New Mexico

On your next road trip through New Mexico you need to stop and visit the many Harvey House structures that still exist in New Mexico. We are going to take you on a tour of three renovated Harvey Houses in Las Vegas, New Mexico. Continue reading Historical Harvey Houses in Las Vegas, New Mexico

Deadwood South Dakota and It’s Historical Wild West Characters

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-e74fw-fd0517 We are joined by Darrel Nelson the Exhibits Director for Deadwood History, Inc. in Deadwood, South Dakota, which operates Deadwood’s several history museums, including the Adams Museum. Darrel is an expert in Deadwood’s wild west history and  talks to us about Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, Seth Bullock, Al Swearingen and The Gem Saloon, Mr. Wu and Chinatown and more. Don’t miss this eye-opening … Continue reading Deadwood South Dakota and It’s Historical Wild West Characters

Red-haired Giant Cannibals of Lovelock Cave Nevada [The Strange Podcast and Talk Show]

Come meet the YouTuber Burning Sands Exploration while she and I discuss the Lovelock Cave near her home in Nevada. A place where red-haired giants were said to have been trapped and killed by the Paiute Native Americans. Continue reading Red-haired Giant Cannibals of Lovelock Cave Nevada [The Strange Podcast and Talk Show]

TV Show Ghost Hunters Star Brandon Alvis

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-a9nt5-f9cd1c Brandon Alvis is a talented paranormal investigator and technician with a love for history and pursuer of truth. Brandon was the lead paranormal technician on the A&E T.V. show the “Ghost Hunters.” He also founded the American Paranormal Research Association (APRA). Brandon has investigated over 200 public and private locations with APRA, many of which bear historical significance. His many Investigations have included mental … Continue reading TV Show Ghost Hunters Star Brandon Alvis