Salvador Dali: Visions of Eternity – Arlington Museum of Art – Arlington, Texas

Dante Alighieri's The Divine Comedy is not an easy read.  Ironically, he wrote it as an easy read for the common man to enjoy, or to say, it wasn't written in Latin.  He started writing it in 1308 and completed it in 1320.  A year later he died.  Consisting of 3 parts (Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso) most people read Inferno and stop … Continue reading Salvador Dali: Visions of Eternity – Arlington Museum of Art – Arlington, Texas

The History of Halloween

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays of the year. All credit goes to the History Channel. It's one of America's favorite holidays, but what's the real story behind the tricks and treats of Halloween?   Halloween is an annual holiday, celebrated each year on October 31, that has roots in age-old European traditions. It … Continue reading The History of Halloween

Top Seven Haunted Battlefields – From The Civil War To Stalingrad

Part of The Blog Cabin’s 31 Days of Spooky Fun 2017 Series Battlefields are some of the most haunted places on the planet.  With so much fear, violence, and death concentrated in a single location, it is no wonder. All credit for this article goes to Holly Godbey and War History Online Dec 12, 2016 Holly … Continue reading Top Seven Haunted Battlefields – From The Civil War To Stalingrad