I found this article in a newspaper clipping dated May 09, 1897, the newspaper was the Sun from New York city. The newspaper was operated 1833 to 1916. After Buried Gold A Maine man with a dividing rod thinks he can locate it on old Mallett’s Farm. Springfield Me. As soon as the […]
Monday was a beautiful day and a great day to ride my trike. Weather was great mid 70’s and the sun was shining so about 10am I headed to Blountstown, Fl. for lunch. Went to Parramore’s Too for a seafood lunch. Parramore’s Too is a great restaurant and I recommend the seafood platter, as it […]
I love Ghost stories and a lady told me this one many years ago. Every time I head north and go through Bucksport I always stop at this monument. Their are many different versions of this story. As you head up the coast, which is a beautiful ride through Camden, Maine you will come to […]
In Oct of 1307 Friday the 13th was the day the Knights of Templar’s leaders were arrested in Paris By King Phillip of France. The rest of the knights of Templar made there way to Scotland and some believe, the new world. For more info go to the History Channel “The Curse Oak Island”.
Carroll A. Deering was a five-masted commercial schooner that was found run aground off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, in 1921. Its crew was mysteriously missing. The Deering is one of the most written-about maritime mysteries in history, with claims that it was a victim of the Bermuda Triangle, although the evidence points towards a mutiny […]