Gifts for the dark side of Long Island
Generally considered to be one of the oldest houses on Long Island, and perhaps the oldest, the aptly named Old House on the Cutchogue village green is certainly one of the finest examples of early American architecture in the country today. As would be expected from a house this old, there have been whispers of […]
The spectered isle, full of mystery … Long Island is eaten up with history, which leads to hauntings. With nearly four hundred years of history to choose from, these are some of my most popular images of places stained with both, available as fine art prints.
It’s a tough time for you, being a Harry Potter fan and all. You want to believe that the world you read about in the books and watch in the films exists. It doesn’t. At least not the way that you’ve been taught, and not what most people think of when they hear the word […]
Screeching Lady Beach at Lovis Cove, top There’s a small, stone strand called Screeching Lady Beach in Marblehead, Massachusetts, which is off Front street in Marblehead’s old town. Also known as Lovis cove, the beach is home to a well-known restaurant, The Barnacle. The Barnacle’s main claim to fame is that during Nor’easters, the waves […]
The Ghost of Christmas Past is alive and well, and making his usual rounds this Christmas. My own Yes Virginia moment in the Gothic Cabinet of Curiosities and Mysteries