Civil War Letters Home to the North Country.
The American Civil War was fought mostly in the South, but it deeply affected those in the North, and those in New York’s North Country–St. Lawrence County. This is a story of a Union soldier who fought in that war and his letters home. A fictional account based on a real person.
A Nazi in Ogdensburg
World War II might seem like a distant memory and one that took place a world away. But, for those in New York’s North Country, the war came close to home, and the Nazi threat it represented was all too real. Josef von Werra, a Nazi aviator was imprisoned in nearby Ontario, and escaped to Ogdensburg, New York, before the US entered the war. Here is the story of one Nazi’s daring escape to the country he vowed to destroy. A fictional account based on real events.
In 1872, the Mary Celeste was found adrift in the Atlantic Ocean, miles from shore. There was no crew found aboard. What happened to the Mary Celeste? Sea monsters? Weather? Perhaps it was a time-travelling experiment gone awry. Vince Carson, freelance time-traveler can tell you the story. And, don’t worry, it won’t cost you a single Greeley to hear it!
Just a Stop at the Store
Jerry Tristan loved to take the scenic route home from work at the local community college. All too often, his wife, Jane, would command him to “just stop at the store” to pick up some mundane item that would languish on the shelf or molder away in the fridge. Jerry had to “just stop at the store” for some sugar. But, sugar is not all Jerry would get. Come along with Jerry as he navigates the aisles of the world’s largest retail operation. And, be sure to stop and get yourself some chicken alfredo! You’ll regret it if you don’t.