Monologue Monday Entry One: Devil’s Road

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Mr. Coughlin stands makes his way to the front of the classroom. Silent and still as if fear itself placed a chisel upon his backbone and took one swift strike against his spine. The class unwillingly joins the silence entering total sponge mode. Mr. Coughlin stands blankly in front of the class and the anticipation … Continue reading Monologue Monday Entry One: Devil’s Road

Texas State Capitol Building

Constructed in 1885 within the heart of Austin, the Texas State Capitol Building stands valiantly atop a hill. Monuments scatter the grounds, with a historical museum and gift shop off to the side. Tours are offered to those seeking a more traditional travel experience. However, rumors of spirits that haunt the grounds and building itself … Continue reading Texas State Capitol Building

Shoal Creek Indian Massacre Site

Against fair warning from locals in 1839, Gideon White decided to build a home in proximity to Shoal Creek. After three years of residency, Gideon was reportedly murdered by passing Native Americans. Once his corpse was discovered, the remains and shallow graves of many more were uncovered in the surrounding area. Majority of the graves … Continue reading Shoal Creek Indian Massacre Site

Central Texas Abandoned Home

This abandoned farmhouse in central Texas was an unplanned pit stop, but definitely worth the exploration. Locals rumored satanic rituals and "sinful behaviors" happening at this location. Upon further investigation the only sin we could see is a few beer bottles littered around the property. Classic shag carpets were torn up from the floorboards and … Continue reading Central Texas Abandoned Home

Mt. Zion Baptist Church and Cemetery

Pull out your holy water because this abandoned church in central Texas definitely possessed my interest. The cemetery with well-dated plots and unmarked burial sites surrounded this structure with the faded message of "Help Restore Me" painted on the front wall. A cultish altar draped with red shag carpets overlooked limited rows of pews covered … Continue reading Mt. Zion Baptist Church and Cemetery