Latest story is out! They Live, They Live... brings everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, back to England on the eve of Roger Cromwell's rise. Henry travels with Roger Conant to regain the governship of Salem and MA and find Parliment absent. They meet Roger Williams in London and are welcomed back to his family's estate. There they meet the young Cromwell and evil from outerspace.
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Latest story is out! Turning Point brings everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, sailing with the son of America's first millionaire through the Mediterranean racing Napoleon to a lost city buried under the sands of Egypt looking for an ancient evil. A story to really sink your teeth into...
New Installment of Battle at Cedar Bridge Tavern. The latest story in The Sinclair Narratives.
Everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, has dressed up withe Benjamin Franklin as Mummers to sneak into Cedar Bridge Tavern to steal back the Ark of the Covenant right before the last battle of the Revolutionary War. Click here to read this great installment!
Robert Irvine's new show Kitchen Expedition is airng now on The Food Network on Thursdays at 10pm. Chris Dowgin the author of Salem Secret Underground: The History of the Tunnels in the City and Sub Rosa takes Robert and his film crew into the depths of the smuggling tunnels in Salem MA showing them how they smuggled cinnamon into the country without paying duties.
Inside Tunnel leaving Rockefellas to Daniel Low's warehouse.
The latest Installment of Battle at Cedar Bridge Tavern
Henry as British General Howe Throws the War for the Americans and Benjamin Franklin is Afraid of the Jersey Devil
Everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, has been posing as the dead General William Howe that was in command of the British forces in America. In this installment, we will learn how a few years ago how Howe threw the war for the Americans and was forced to hide in the Pine Barrens of NJ. Also, we learn more about his friendship with Benjamin Franklin and Franklin's love of the Ark of the Covenant and his personal hatred of the Jersey Devil. Most important of all, we learn how the Ark was stolen from Howe and why...
Come back every Tuesday for another installment of Battle at Cedar Bridge Tavern:
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Today we start a new story, Battle at Cedar Bridge Tavern. Henry, everyone's favorite immortal, finds himself as General William Howe at the last battle of the Revolutionary War in the New Jersey Pine Barrens trying to steal back the Ark of the Covenant. So read on to find out how Henry became the British general who lead the war, how he lost the Ark, how he got it back, and what Benjamin Franklin has to do with the Jersey Devil?
Another installment of Summer Cottage from Hell to beat the boredom of the Virus:
This week Henry and Teddy Roosevelt meet with the Widow Evans and learn about the strange events happening on her property centering on President Taft. Click here to read!
Latest Installment from The Sinclair Narratives
Another installment in Summer Cottage from Hell to keep you entertained during this time of containment.
This week Henry, Tesla, Teddy Roosevelt, John Hammond Jr. (Hammond Castle), and President Taft meet at the Essex Country Club in Manchester. There Telsa and John Hammond Jr. argue if flesh can be reanimated after death and we meet General George Patton.
Come back every Tuesday for another installment of Summer Cottage from Hell appearing in the Winter Issue of Arkham Tales from the Flipside. A story featuring everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, and his third-generation Viking ragtag crew where they are out to solve the mysterious death of the man who rented President Taft his Summer Whitehouse for two years. Tesla, Roosevelt, Illuminati, and Lovecraft monsters fill this tale based on real events in Beverly MA.
Its Christmas, Dearborn Street is all lit up, families are filling up the tunnels traveling to friends and families, but...
There is word that Joseph Knapp Jr. will die mysteriously like his brother within Salem Prison before his New Year's Eve execution. This is the climax of the story where we find out who committed the murder of Captain Joseph White. Will Henry be able to make it in time though the packed tunnels to save Joseph; so he can be properly killed by the State...
Come back every Tuesday to read the latest installment of "Murder on the Common" featuring everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, and his reincarnated third-generation Viking ragtag crew.
Yes, we have another installment of Murder on the Common. Every Tuesday we bring you the latest from your favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, and his reincarnated third-generation Viking ragtag crew. This week it is Thanksgiving and we have Native Americans throwing gourds at us white folk, tales of werewolves, and vampires attacking in Boston. It is another thrill seeking installment this week. So come back every week and see if Henry can solve the murder of Captain White. The most infamous murder of the 19th century that influenced the game Clue and Edgar Allan Poe's Tell-Tale Heart.
The Sinclair Narratives is a regular serial inside the pages of the quarterly Arkham: Tales from teh Flipside. To read a sample from our Winter edition click here.
Check out a free sample of our latest issue of Arkham: Tales from the Flipside featuring a story from Hawthorne, Poe, and Lovecraft for free. Plus sample our new stories by Matt Maguire of Wolverine andHeavy Metal fame, Lisa Deschenes, and Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin. Check out the latest Sinclair Narratives featuring everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, and his reincarnated third-generation Viking ragtag crew.
In this story Henry has to solve the murder of the man who died just days after President Taft rented his house as the official White House in Beverly Ma. Many strange things have been happening in Beverly since his arrival centering on the Skull & Bones and Lovecraftian monsters. Come read how Teddy Roosevelt, Rough Rider Keno Crowninshield, Nikola Tesla, and Henry solve this murder.
Also buy Murder on the Common where he must solve the most infamous murder of the 19th century involving the strange murder of Captain Joseph White which involved the highest members of our government. This is the murder that inspired the game Clue and Poe to write the Tell-Tale Heart.
Panel from Matt Maguire's The Wheel from this season's Arkham: Tales from the Flipside.
This week it is the Day of the Dead and Henry is informed he must use a magical watch that stops time to aid him in returning a magical stone to the dark elves under the hill before it used to free some Lovecraftian monsters into our world.
Come back every Tuesday for a new installmetn of Murder on the Common featuring everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, and his reincarnated third-generation Viking ragtag crew.
New Installment of Murder on the Common:
This week we learn about Henry's secret Templar Treasures, including the Holy Grail, he brought to Salem a 100 years before Columbus and the Oak Island myth. Then the dark history of the Winthrops who governed MA and CT that were followers of John Dee the Court Astrologer of Queen Elizabeth. Also, we meet Caroline Plummer (Plummer Home for Boys) and learn the origin of the vampires coming to Salem and the curse.
Come back every Tuesday for the latest installment of the Sinclair Narratives' Murder on the Common featuring Henry Sinclair, everyone's favorite immortal, and his reincarnated ragtag crew of third-generation Vikings.
Listen to Chris Dowgin on What's Happening on WMWM talk about Salem history, tunnels, and his new book Murder on the Common featuring everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair who sailed to Salem a 100 years before Columbus with his ragtag third generation Viking crew.
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Watkins Glen State Park is in western New York, in the village of Watkins Glen, at the southern tip of Seneca Lake. ~Tyler
To find out more about Tyler visit Salem House Press and buy Tyler's latest book "Tyler Moves to Gibsonton Florida" on Amazon.com. Keep checking back often for great cheap vacation ideas that might end up surprising you and becoming the best vacation you ever had! Red proved to be always full of surprises...
Burnt Toast and Oranges is a long Way from Pork Chops and Apple Sauce...
We just signed the Salem Love Psychic, Rev. Barbara Szafranski's first book to Salem House Press. Burnt Toast and Oranges; The Miss Adventures of the Salem Love Psychic is a female take on the Journey of the Hero of how one woman gave up the corporate life and Susie Home Maker to follow her calling to start her quest of enlightenment to help the world through Spirit. Barbara gave up her career as an accountant and her marriage after raising her kids to follow her path to bliss. She opened up her own shop in Salem, MA 30 years ago and has since offered spiritual guidance to tens of thousands of people and lectured around the nation.
The book offers confirmation to those who find themselves on a similar path and provides a road map all can follow who are brave enough. It highlights her quest and the strange events that happened along the way. It is a book that allows someone to not feel so strange anymore to believe in the intangible and follow their gut and Spirit to find their own bliss and help others on their way.
Have you been reading the latest in the Sinclair Narratives? Tales about everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair,who sailed to Salem a 100 years before Columbus with his rag Tag bunch of 3rd generation Vikings? Today we have released our 5th installment of Sinclair's journey trying to solve the murder of Captain Joseph White in the novel "Murder on the Common". White's murder was the most infamous murder in the nineteenth century and inspired Edgar Allen Poe to write The Tell-Tale Heart and the Parker Brother's to create the game Clue.
So give it a good read now, and come back every Tuesday for another illustrated chapter!!
New installment of Murder on the Common released today. We are up to Chapter Three in which Henry Sinclair finds himself visiting King Mumford's tavern as the Committee of Vigilance breaks in to roust the establishment. Murder on the Common is the latest novel in the Sinclair Narratives released in Arkham: Tales from the Flipside. The Sinclair Narratives follows everyone's favorite immortal Prince Henry Sinclair though time in Salem and the world as he gets into one adventure after the other. Sinclair first came to Salem a 100 years before Columbus with his ragtag crew of third generation of Vikings looking for Vinland with Templar treasures from Roslyn Chapel which he hides in the tunnels of Salem. In the latest story he is trying to solve the murder of Captain Joseph White which was the most infamous murder of the nineteenth century amidst the intervention of the Illuminati, Anti-Masons, vampires, Lovecraftian monsters, and Mormons.
Come back every Tuesday till April 2020 for the 290th Anniversary of the murder when the book will be released.
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Universal Man by Richard Aliberti is still doing strong with its release on Leonardo da' Vinci's 500th Anniversary year. We are also looking forward to finishing up "Don't Invade Russia" by Cory McNeil which will be released around November. It is the tale of an alternative Universe where Stalingrad falls through time to nineteenth century to start the Steel Empire which begins to loom over Europe. Will the powers that be convince Jane Wilkes Booth to kill the emperor? Who knows but it is a great comic historical narrative.
Welcome back to my blog about balloons, rocket ships, airplanes, space travel, Star Wars, sci-fi, and everything about flying! This time we will look at some of my favorite space pilots. After you read the list, won't you add some of your favorites!
10 of My Favorite Space Jockeys
10. Maya from Space 1999. I think she was the first redhead I fell in love with. I would share my balloons with her any day. Maya was a metamorph who could shape shift into a mean ape like creature when she wanted. In that shape she might even get Chewbacca to fall in love with her. She also piloted my favorite space ship of all time the Eagle.
9. Flash Gordon. In 1936 Buster Crabbe had played him in a serial. I used to watch this every Saturday leading into Tom Baker's Doctor Who. He also flew one of my favorite space age pulp fiction rockets.
8. Hawk from Buck Rogers. He also had one of the coolest ships. I always wanted him to hang out with Hawk from Spenser from Hire. Imagine if Commander Cisco was more like Hawk, Deep Space Nine would of been bad ass.. Excuse me.
7. Pappy Boyington From Ba Ba Black Sheep. Now this man got to fly the coolest real plane ever! What more do you have to say!This is the real guy the show was based on!
6. Starbuck from Battlestar Galatica. Card playing, rogue, playboy. He was what Han Solo could of been. Plus he had a cool ride.
5. Sky Captain from Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow. Great humor and great plane. Humor and modesty always wins me over. Even if he had a little thing on the side with Angela Jolie...
4. Mark from Battle of the Planets. Cool bird costume. He stands up a bit above Jason, Jason came off like he wanted to be Han Solo.
3.Nick Ryder from Riptide. You have to be cool to be able to play off the fact you a flying a pink belching helicopter named Mimi.
2.MacReady from The Thing. Granted he only flew the helicopter rarely in The Thing, but he is one of the coolest characters ever. Specially how he tells off the alien in the end before he throws a stick of dynamite at him. (My father is watching me now, I got away with cursing once already...)
1. Captain Kirk from Star Trek. Do I have to say more...