July Fourth, a nationwide celebration of independence, filled with barbecues, sunshine, and fireworks. All over the country, pranksters have been celebrating Independence Day in rambunctious ways since the nineteenth century.
In the small town of Rochester, MA, a rock that sits on private property, at an imposing height of twelve feet. It is branded with a painted silhouette of a witch, along with the words: “Witch Rock”. But the question […]
Alambegwinosis, the Penobscot word for dwarfed, literally translates to “underwater dwarf man” in the Algonquin language. These creatures live in deep pools of rivers or on the bottom of deep lakes. Typically, three feet tall, the water dwarfs have long […]