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Urban Legends of Louisiana – The Green Light Bridge

This one is a “not so well known” legend, unless you are a resident of Franklin Parish and in that case, anyone could tell you the tale.  Green light road is found just off LA 15.  One would have no … Continue reading

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Urban Legends of Louisiana – The Grunch

   Louisiana is a haven to legends and lore.  Vampires, Werewolves, Voodoo and Zombies, we have it all!  This little tale originates in the suburban areas just east of New Orleans.  There are varying accounts of exactly where Grunch road … Continue reading

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Valentines Day 2016 is approaching!

The Countdown is on! The 7 day count down is on, Valentines Day is next Sunday! An autographed set of “The Adrian Trilogy” series is a great gift. Roses die, chocolates disappear but the passion of the Vampire is eternal! … Continue reading

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Geekonomicon 2015!

Author Lyn Gibson attending Geekonomicon 2015        Top Selling horror novelist and Vampire Historian, Lyn Gibson is slated to attend Geekonomicon 2015.  The event will be held at the Gulf Coast Coliseum December 11th-13th.  Gibson, author of “The Adrian Trilogy” … Continue reading

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“What do you think it is about vampires?”

   I’ve heard that question a time or two!  Most recently it was asked of me while speaking at a public library in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana.  The funny thing is, I never grow tired of offering an opinion on the … Continue reading

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Haunted Louisiana – The Magnolia Plantation

   The Magnolia Plantation still stands in all of it’s glory today, a aged reminder of prosperous cotton and tobacco industry that once thrived in a pre-Civil War Louisiana.  Originally constructed by Ambrose LeComte III in 1830 in order to … Continue reading

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Haunted Louisiana – Oak Alley Plantation

     Originally dubbed “Bon Sejour” (Pleasant Sojourn) by it’s original owner Jacques Telesphore Roman III, this majestic structure would come to be known as “Oak Alley” indicative of the 300+ year old oak trees, which line it’s .25 mile long … Continue reading

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