The Best Ghost Signs in Denver, Colorado

I knew nothing about the history of Denver before I arrived in Colorado last October. I had no idea when the city was founded (in 1958!) or that once the newcomers settled down, they first established bars and right after that they built brothels making Market Street into Denver’s Red Light District. So, given the hundreds of years that Denver has been in existence, it … Continue reading The Best Ghost Signs in Denver, Colorado

The 200 Year Old Haunted Well in SoHo (New York, NY)

In October 2016, I was binging the Halloween episodes of the New York City history podcast The Bowery Boys. I highly encourage you to do the same if you like both New York City history and ghosts.  The week before Halloween, I convinced the guy I was dating at the time to walk around the Village and go to a bunch of the supposedly haunted … Continue reading The 200 Year Old Haunted Well in SoHo (New York, NY)

Three Things I’d Do Differently If I Studied Abroad Again

A very (not) candid photo in front of my dorm on our last night in London, July 2017 As I’ve written on here before, my wanderlust all began when I decided to study abroad during the summer of 2007. A piece of the Berlin Wall that stands in London.  To be honest, technically it began the prior July when I met a Dutch boy who … Continue reading Three Things I’d Do Differently If I Studied Abroad Again