I've always been fascinated with the "ghost story" that is The Amityville Horror. Since a spent a summer vacation reading the book as a child, I've followed information on the topic and new bits of information as it was discovered over the last 30 years.
Since I was stuck at home last week recovering from surgery, at least I had something fun to wach! These two make feeling bad so much better. I watch them play for hours. :) They can't, they poop out. This is Buddy with his best friend Penelope...
This 5 minute clip from Chicago's NBC station 32 years ago, letting random people on the street say whatever they want into a microphone, shows us why we don't let random people on the street say whatever they want into a microphone anymore.
At a yard sale in the early 90's I found something I had never seen before. A book of Pope John Paul II paper dolls. It was unused and I thought it was pretty cool, even though I am not Catholic. So I paid the 50-cents and took them home.
Here is a poem that the writer says will lead you to a treasure chest that is filled with $1 million in gold and precious stones. The writer, Forrest Fenn, is an 82-year old guy who wrote a book about the treasure hunt. But he unwittingly released the poem. So now you don't have to buy the book. If you want the book too, it's called "The Thrill Of The Chase." It's on sale at www.amazon.com
The Wizard Of Oz is important to us in Kansas, so I was interested in this new movie called "Oz, The Great And Powerful." Were they gonna mess with the classic story? Rewrite it in any way? This all concerned me. I am very protective of Dorothy, Toto and the Munchins, of course.