The Lost Colony of Roanoke Island

Fort Raleigh National Historic Site

People disappear. As eerie as it is, it happens every day. But what are we to think when 115 men, women, and children vanish? Well, that’s a mystery that has baffled archaeologists and historians for centuries, and it remains one of the oldest cold cases in all of American History. The haunting story of a … Read more

A Touch of the Carolinas in Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd Concert Picture

If you’ve ever wondered who put the “pink” and “floyd” in the band name Pink Floyd, look no further. Formed in London in 1965, Pink Floyd was one of the first British psychedelic bands. Cited by many as the greatest in the progressive genre, they were revered for their thought provoking lyrics, musical experimentation, engrossing … Read more

Forrest Gump Film Locations in the Carolinas

Richard V. Woods Memorial Bridge

Forrest Gump tells the inspirational story of a simple man with a big heart who never lets life’s tribulations get him down. Forrest warmed our hearts instantly, much faster than the speed at which he speaks. The movie cleverly shows how the most modest of souls can have the biggest impact on our lives. From … Read more

The Haunting of Zillicoa Street

Zillicoa Street

On the night of March 10, 1948, tragedy struck Highland Hospital in Asheville, North Carolina when a deadly fire engulfed the kitchen in the main building. Flames spread rapidly through a wooden dumbwaiter shaft, then took each floor one by one, stealing the lives of patients who had been drugged and locked in their rooms … Read more