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Lights in the Sky

Two sightings of the same general phenomena within 6 months, with 2 witnesses to each occurrence. None of the witnesses were with each other, and all were in separate, but neighboring, towns when the events were observed.

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The Tale of the Ghostly Bride

Untimely death, a broken heart, a ghost that appears as real as you or I…..really, what more could you want in a good ghost story? But is it just a story – a legend – or could it be something more?

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Cemetery Musings: Cedar Trees

A musing is defined in the dictionary as “a product of contemplation; a thought”. As I wander through cemeteries, I am often thinking about the stones above the ground and the individuals that lie beneath. Why that epitaph, that symbol, that style of writing? These are just some of the “cemetery musings” that cross my mind.

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"Haunted Woods" of Randolph, Maine

Locals say this place is haunted… we had to see for ourselves.

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Murderer's Den

A “murderer” called this place “home” until he was captured, tried, and hung. Sounds like the exact type of place we’d like to explore.

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The search for Sasquatch

August 3rd, 2012 at 5am I woke up and started to prepare for our camping trip, Maine Ghost Hunters Bigfoot hunting weekend camp out trip in the Northern Maine woods. Having lived up in that area for many years and it is also where I met my wife I was excited to get out in the seclusion of the woods. So with a smile on my face I packed the truck and was ready to begin the 300 mile trip.

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Gone...but not Forgotten

One of my husband and mine’s favorite past times is to drive around looking for old cemeteries, old buildings, and other places of interest. We can often be spotted driving around in our truck or parked on the side of some old back road.

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Taphophile Corner - sharing the passion

Recently I was asked if I would make a special trip to visit a young lady who had heard me speak on the topic of cemeteries. She was wondering if I would share an afternoon with her and show her some secrets from her own local cemeteries. To be honest it was quite a drive for me. On the flip side, these were cemeteries I don’t get a chance to explore very often. OK, I was sold.

The girl’s mother was concerned that they would have to pick a cemetery that was “good enough” to go to.

I assured them both, just point me into the direction of ANY cemetery and I will find something amazing. Some of the most wonderful finds are hidden in tiny cemeteries.

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A white cross with a message inscribed on the front, a soggy teddy bear, artificial spring flowers covered in dirty snow. At an intersection, in a median, along a section of interstate. A death has happened here, and a family wants you to know about it and share in their grief.

Taphophile Corner - roadside memorials

A white cross with a message inscribed on the front, a soggy teddy bear, artificial spring flowers covered in dirty snow. At an intersection, in a median, along a section of interstate. A death has happened here, and a family wants you to know about it and share in their grief.

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So you've spent the year browsing cemeteries... what will you do with all of the photos you took? I have a fun idea to share with you, and I just can't wait to get started!

Taphophile Corner - Christmas cards

“In just a few steps, you too can have a card-ready image that will impress your friends. To capture the image seen here, I waited until the end of the day and strategically placed the setting sun behind the dove in the angel’s hand. The effect is great! I use this technique a lot to add brilliance to an image. The sun at the end of the day adds warmth to photos… this is called “the golden hour” in filming.”

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