Sleepy Hollow (1999) Punks an American Revolution Myth

The History of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow The story first appeared in print in 1820 as a short story. Since then, it’s gone on to be one of the most enduring American ghost stories of all time. In Washington Irving’s original tale, a hapless schoolteacher in New York state is pursued by a ghost in 1790. I remember watching a short Disney adaptation at Halloween every year in elementary school. Compared to its adaptation by director Tim Burton in 1999, that was definitely child’s play. The Movie Punks the Original In the film, the character of Ichabod Crane has been fundamentally altered. (Except, perhaps, for … Continue reading Sleepy Hollow (1999) Punks an American Revolution Myth

The Eterna Files by Leanna Renee Hieber Review

Have you ever thought about living forever? Sounds pretty good, but what would it take? The Eterna Files, Book 1 of the Eterna Files series, explores just that question. After the deaths of Abraham Lincoln and Prince Albert, the governments of the UK and the US have assembled teams to try to unlock the key to eternal life. The US team depends on Clara, a woman who is sensitive to the supernatural and remembers all of her past lives. But when the story begins, her team has just been killed in a terrible accident, including Clara’s secret lover Louis. She mourns his death in secret and … Continue reading The Eterna Files by Leanna Renee Hieber Review

Synopsis: Alistair Pennington’s Ab-natural Inconvenience by Tim & Kathy Hunt

What’s the Book About? Alistair Pennington was an English gentleman who had rejected his father’s idea of “normal” and run off to the colonies to become an Ab-natural Ethologist; one who studies the ghosts of animals. A situation arises in … Continue reading Synopsis: Alistair Pennington’s Ab-natural Inconvenience by Tim & Kathy Hunt