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Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum moves from the past into uncertain future

(This is the first of a three-part series on the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum.) Life, as seen through the lens of literature, has a funny way of presenting paradoxes. In his immortal work, “A Christmas Carol,” Charles Dickens […]

Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum moves from the past into uncertain future

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(This is the first of a three-part series on the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum.) Life, as seen through the lens of literature, has a funny way of presenting paradoxes. In his immortal work, “A Christmas Carol,” Charles Dickens […]

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Ghost Detectives investigate ghostly voices inside the Edgar Allan Poe House

Everybody likes a good ghost story, but few ever find themselves caught up in the middle of one.  Getting caught in the middle, however, is exactly what happened to

Ghost Detective season opens with investigation of Admiral Fell Inn

With temperatures across the region hovering in the 100 degree range, most Marylanders would certainly welcome a quick cooling down.  But for many, that chill may come with a

Is the Edgar Allan Poe House haunted?

Jeff Jerome is often asked if he’s ever spent a night in The Edgar Allan Poe House.  His answer has always been a whimsical, “No.”  But any lingering regrets

Save the Poe House

The last time I watched a John Cusack movie he was a hero in the film 2012, managing to get his family on the boat as the world collapsed.

Poe’s Pilgrims

"My fifth grade teacher turned off all the lights and read us 'The Raven,'" said Pat Lavell. … someone gently rapping, tapping, at my chamber door "He made it pretty dramatic,

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