Indian Blanket wildflowers. Image captured at Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge, Muleshoe, Texas. Photograph – © Christena Stephens PhotographyRead More
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One of the oldest Hilton Hotel’s – haunted?
Since researching the attempted murder and murder trials around the Hunt killings I’ve passed by the former Hilton Hotel in Plainview, TX many times. This hotel opened in 1929. It was the sixth hotel Conrad Hilton built for Hilton Hotels. It’s been reported the hotel is haunted. Remaining curtains move with breeze like motions as…Read More
Forewarning at Floyd County Jail – An Update
UPDATE This building has now been destroyed. The Floyd County Commissioners voted to tear down this historic jail due to it being too costly to repair and maintain. Just like that – this 1925 landmark is turned to dust and rubble, not even a place to reflect on history and no place for the…Read More
Texas in Her Own Words – A Review
TEXAS IN HER OWN WORDS (Second Edition) by Tweed Scott Genre: Texas / Texana / General Interest Publisher: Tejas Publishing Date of Publication: June 16, 2016 Number of Pages: 336 Scroll down for Giveaway! Texas in Her Own Words is a peek into the Texas psyche. It explains why Texans are the way they are…Read More