The Streets of Salem blog shows us a host of wonderful photos of historic houses that sadly are today only the stuff of memory, and history books.
A while ago I reblogged a post by travel blogger "KNYCX" about his trip to Amsterdam, a wonderful city that I myself fell in love [...]
It's illogical to believe there is treasure on Oak Island. Here's my summation.
Watch the video version of this article, here: https://youtu.be/BmD3o34SttA This article is third in a series on the mysterious “treasure pit” of Oak Island, Nova [...]
See the video version of this blog, here: https://youtu.be/mL1Y7CZICwQ For a long time now, I’ve wanted to do a series of articles about one of [...]
This is the story of how a tragic ship fire disaster became a temporary boom for one of the Jersey Shore's most iconic 20th century destinations.
This amazing structure in the heart of Rome is about a lot more than just gladiators and lions, as this article from the Just History blog shows.
We know very little about this beautiful Federal home in Providence, Rhode Island, which stood from 1818 to 1954.
This house got its name for a raging party that occurred here in 1783, on the occasion of the end of the Revolutionary War. Now it's gone.
This sad ruin, home of a signer of the Declaration of Independence, is being rebuilt today in an audacious preservation project.