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John Newell

John Newell

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These 8 Haunted Places in Washington Will Send Chills Down Your Spine

Washington

These 8 Haunted Places in Washington Will Send Chills Down Your Spine

The state of Washington is arguably the most beautiful state in the country when it comes to natural lakes, forests and historical landmarks. But the state has its dark side too, which can often be very frightening. From deep in the woods to cities with long histories, haunted places abound in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

John NewellJohn NewellAug 22, 2016
These 6 Haunted Places in New Mexico Will Send Chills Down Your Spine

New Mexico

These 6 Haunted Places in New Mexico Will Send Chills Down Your Spine

New Mexico is truly the land of enchantment with its amazing natural scenery, historic wild west landmarks and its ancient Native American ruins. With all this wild and unique history, it’s no wonder that there are many haunted locations throughout the state. I have compiled a list of 6 of the most haunted places in

John NewellJohn NewellAug 11, 2016
These 8 New Mexico Urban Legends Are As Scary As Hell!

New Mexico

These 8 New Mexico Urban Legends Are As Scary As Hell!

Every state, city, town, neighborhood, school, or even workplace has their share of urban legends. These are 8 urban legends of New Mexico that are super scary as all hell! 1. La Llorona The famous legend of La Llorona (The Crying Woman), has been told and retold in many ways over the years. La Llorona

John NewellJohn NewellOct 22, 2016
These Are 5 Of The Most Dangerous Creatures Found In New Mexico

New Mexico

These Are 5 Of The Most Dangerous Creatures Found In New Mexico

New Mexico has an abundance of unique wildlife. The state has hot desert terrain in the south, windy high deserts through the middle and bountiful forests up north. Because of the state’s large range of biodiversity, many majestic creatures call New Mexico their home. Though not all of these creatures are friendly. Here are 5 of New Mexico’s

John NewellJohn NewellAug 31, 2016
What Is Louisiana Voodoo Really All About Anyway?

Louisiana

What Is Louisiana Voodoo Really All About Anyway?

Voodoo has been a very misunderstood religion thanks to countless movies, folklore and propaganda. The truth is that it’s not about Voodoo dolls, zombies, magic spells and love potions like many seem to believe. Though those practices are related to the folklore of New Orleans Voodoo and were utilized to some extent but they belong

John NewellJohn NewellJul 18, 2016
The 7 Most Haunted Locations in New Orleans You Must See

Louisiana

The 7 Most Haunted Locations in New Orleans You Must See

New Orleans has an appeal thanks to modern literature and cinema, but that appeal comes from true events that occurred in the multicultural city long ago. There are many scary locations around the city. The above-ground cemeteries and old French Colonial architecture only seem to help the menacing vibe of the city. One of the

John NewellJohn NewellJul 28, 2016
Here Are 14 Photos of New Mexico During Fall That Will Take Your Breath Away

New Mexico

Here Are 14 Photos of New Mexico During Fall That Will Take Your Breath Away

New Mexico is absolutely gorgeous. It is known as “The Land of Enchantment” for several reasons and one of them is due to its enchanting beauty. With fall right around the corner, the changes in weather are going to be majestic in the state. As the temperature drops, New Mexico flings open its doors to the

John NewellJohn NewellSep 7, 2016
Why You Must Visit The Miraculous Loretto Chapel Staircase in Santa Fe

New Mexico

Why You Must Visit The Miraculous Loretto Chapel Staircase in Santa Fe

The Miraculous Loretto Chapel Staircase The Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe, New Mexico is a place of legend with an and old and unique history. The history of the Loretto Chapel began when Bishop Jean Baptisite Lamy was appointed by the Church to the New Mexico Territory in 1850. The Bishop desired to build a

John NewellJohn NewellJul 17, 2016
5 Movies You May Not Have Known Were Filmed in New Orleans

Louisiana

5 Movies You May Not Have Known Were Filmed in New Orleans

New Orleans is such a unique city, there is no other like it. Its uniqueness due to multiculturalism and a long history, provides it with wonderful architecture, which in turn provides a wonderful backdrop for movies. Here is a list of five movies you may or may not have known that were shot in the

John NewellJohn NewellJul 29, 2016
6 Abandoned Places and Things in Washington That Will Spark Your Imagination

Washington

6 Abandoned Places and Things in Washington That Will Spark Your Imagination

Washington has a long history of abandonment. It’s not necessarily a bad thing though. These abandoned places and things can really spark your imagination and make you do some creative things. Bicycle Tree – Vashon Island, Washington The legend has it that the local sheriff Don Puz left his bicycle leaning against a fir tree in

John NewellJohn NewellSep 30, 2016
17 Photos of Washington During Autumn That Will Take Your Breath Away

Washington

17 Photos of Washington During Autumn That Will Take Your Breath Away

Washington state during autumn is perhaps the best state in the country to experience the glory that the season brings. The leaves turn a myriad of autumnal colors, the people fill with cheer, the darker (friendly) sides of personalities surface, and the state turns into a unique wonderland. Honestly, Washington State can’t be beat when it

John NewellJohn NewellSep 10, 2016
15 of the Wackiest Balloons at the 2016 Albuquerque International Balloon Festival Part 1

New Mexico

15 of the Wackiest Balloons at the 2016 Albuquerque International Balloon Festival Part 1

This year at the Albuquerque International Balloon Festival, some of the most imaginative and clever hot-air balloons have risen. This is a list of several of my favorite balloons to appear. Angry Birds A crowd favorite for sure! The Piranha Monster! Annie the Lady Bug Humpty Dumpty Even Humpty Dumpty makes an appearance! Squirt the

John NewellJohn NewellOct 6, 2016
Ten Amazing Sculptures in Oklahoma City You Must See

Oklahoma

Ten Amazing Sculptures in Oklahoma City You Must See

Oklahoma City has a lot to offer, but it would be a shame not to mention how many unique and beautiful sculptures abound within the city’s limits. Here are a few sculptures that will surely captivate your imagination. 1. Skydance Bridge Skydance Bridge adorns the sky and acts as a gateway from the interstate into downtown

John NewellJohn NewellJul 16, 2016
Ever Driven Across an 18.2 Mile Bridge? Here’s Why You Should!

Louisiana

Ever Driven Across an 18.2 Mile Bridge? Here’s Why You Should!

You just left Baton Rouge and are on your way to Lafayatte when suddenly the I-10 begins to change its character considerably. You’re on a bridge and it seems to be going on forever! This is the Atchafalaya Basin Bridge. It’s a two lane bridge that has a parallel side where drivers travel the opposite

John NewellJohn NewellJul 15, 2016
These 15 Electrifying Photos of Thunderstorms In New Mexico Will Blow You Away!

New Mexico

These 15 Electrifying Photos of Thunderstorms In New Mexico Will Blow You Away!

New Mexico consistently reinforces its title as the Land of Enchantment. Even storms there make for absolutely stunning scenery. This list consists of many wondrous photos of thunderstorms mostly during the monsoon season. These 15 photos will surely blow you away! 1. Carrizozo, New Mexico This is what it looks like before the lightening begins

John NewellJohn NewellOct 17, 2016