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Echo Canyon

Charlie May just wouldn’t shut up. From the moment we’d left Philadelphia, en route to our meeting in New Orleans, Charlie offered his views on everything — from the turn in the war against the Japs to his take on […]

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Charlie May just wouldn’t shut up. From the moment we’d left Philadelphia, en route to our meeting in New Orleans, Charlie offered his views on everything — from the turn in the war against the Japs to his take on […]

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Paranormal Oddities and Government Conspiracies

What is the truth behind the Bigfoot legend? Area 51 and UFO’s? Crop circles? Time travel? Mermaids and Mind Control? In her first book – Paranormal Oddities and Government

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Hell on a Dark and Dangerous Road

Missy should have left hours ago. She knew better than to try and make it up the mountain after dark. It was late autumn, and once the sun set,

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Was Edgar Allan Poe robbed?

On “The Airship” literary blog on Oct. 21, 2014, the writer Nicholas Laskin begins a story about the demise of Edgar Allan Poe as follows: “Even 165 years after

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Was Edgar Allan Poe’s death predictable?

On June 30, 1849, the Boston newspaper “The Flag of Our Union” announced that a poem by Edgar Allan Poe called “To My Mother” would appear in its next

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Never Easy, Never Pretty

The Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from Dean Bartoli Smith's book, Never Easy, Never Pretty. You can purchase  "Never Easy, Never Pretty" at Amazon. Amazon Summary: When the Ravens won

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Blue-Eyed Boy – A Memoir

In January 1967, Robert Timberg was a short-timer, counting down the days until his combat tour in Vietnam ended. He had thirteen days to go before he got to

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Where did Edgar Allan Poe have his last drink?

In his authoritative 1941 biography of Edgar Allan Poe, Arthur Hobson Quinn wrote that on October 3, 1849, an election day in Baltimore, when a printer named Joseph Walker

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Lolita in the Lion’s Den

The Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from Justin Forest's first novel,  Loilita in the Lion's Den. Forest, who has five college degrees, including a MLSt in taboo

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Baltimore Baseball & Barbecue with Boog Powell

Young Luke Schwindt eagerly devours one of Boog's delicious barbecue sandwiches. (Jim Burger) The Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present two excerpts from chapter five of Baltimore Baseball & Barbecue

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