Courage and sacrifice were the calls to battle for many Southern women during the America Revolutionary War. From holding the fort at home against great odds, to actively engaging with the combating armies, these women...
The Uwharrie Mountains of south-central North Carolina, which are located within the confines of the Uwharrie National Forest, are one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world. This article explores some of the...
Haunted Battlefields are four eerie and chilling tales from the battlegrounds of the South at Bentonville, Kings Mountain, Chickamauga, and the Alamo - with videos included.
This article on the Lake Norman Monster ultimately asks the question: could the creature, or creatures, be the result of radiation from a nuclear power plant that's created its very own atomic water monster?
In the South, the poor and rich alike felt the painful sting of defeat in America's Civil War. Here are their stories in the immediate aftermath of the brutal conflict; with parts on pride and reconciliation as well.
A tale about the southern belle Mary 'Marie' Boozer, and her notorious involvement with a Union general and the pairs near escape during the battle of Monroe's Crossroads or Kilpatrick's Shirt-tale Skedaddle as it's...