Alaskan Hauntings?
April 10, 2020

Alaskan Hauntings?

I'll be doing a lot of Alaskan Ghost Lore and Haunted Location pieces in the next couple of months and I'm looking for people who would like to share their stories. Send me a message if you'd like to have your story published (with or…
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April 4, 2020

Jeffrey Dahmer: Trying to Understand a Killer

There are a lot of people that are interested in learning about serial killers, perhaps because they're interested in the demented psychological aspect of it, perhaps because they adore the macabre, others still are interested in the criminal aspect and trying to understand how or…
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Fish on a Plate
April 1, 2020

Poisson d’avril: The French April Fool’s Day

Many people look forward to the first of April, it gives them a chance to play pranks and joke around with people they otherwise wouldn't. This year during the global pandemic that has ravaged our global community and economy, people are being told not to…
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view of tunnel
January 17, 2020


How emptiness of the spirit can be compared to the emptiness of a cavern's depth.
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Pregnant Moose Cow eating lichens in a lake
January 9, 2020

Why Moose’d I Be Careful?

When you live in Alaska, a lot of people have preconceived notions of what your life must be like--I suppose like any well-known region, they believe what they see about it on television, or they assume things based on widely distributed ideas or misinterpreted facts.…
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Waterfall across from Valdez Fishery
October 29, 2019

The Silver in Valdez

Sometimes the most valuable things in life aren't things at all, instead they're the experiences that can change your perspective on life and bring you closer to those you care about.
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Axe resting in a stump
October 15, 2019

No–I Don’t Live Off-Grid

What does it mean to live off-grid? Some may be surprised to realize their idea of "off-grid" is more than just poor cell service, or a lack of running water.
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Standing alone under the northern lights
October 9, 2019

Killing Ourselves to Live in the Last Frontier

I live in a place where the dark winter sky sings with stars, where the lights come out to play and dance in the cold, but the beauty of the last frontier is not always enough to warm a troubled heart.
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Lake Against A Mountain
July 29, 2019

Once a Cheechako, Now a Sourdough

Moving from California to Alaska was a huge culture shock, but not one that wasn't easily overcome. It's easy to transition to a new way of life if it's something you've wanted you're entire life.
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