Today I visit the famous graves at the Night of the Living Dead filming location in Evans City Cemetery, just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. My father was a big fan of this movie and always told me how proud he was that it was made by unknown directors, on a small budget, with a bunchContinue reading “Famous Graves at Night of the Living Dead Filming Location”
We visited the burial place of Rick James, President Millard Fillmore, North Pole discoverer Frederick Cook and so many more historical figures! Forest Lawn Cemetery in Buffalo, New York was a fun and humbling experience.
We visit the real world locations of the 2003 Erie Pizza Bomber Bank Robbery case. This bank robbery (and murder) case regained notoriety in 2018 on the 15th anniversary of the robbery when Netflix released the documentary ‘Evil Genius’.
U.S. President William McKinley was assassinated in Buffalo, New York in September of 1901. Theodore Roosevelt was sworn in as the 26th president of the United States at the Ansley Wilcox house that is now a National Park Service site. We had the opportunity to visit the locations of this historic event and also gotContinue reading “President McKinley 1901 Assassination Sites – Buffalo, New York”
We visit Lakeview Cemetery in Cleveland Ohio. The burial site of President James Garfield, John D. Rockefeller, Eliot Ness and many more famous Americans. Join us as we tour one of the largest cemeteries in Ohio and visit the gravesites of people that impacted all of our lives.
My historian brain almost exploded here…
This was quite an honor to be able to visit…
I LOVE 80’s hairbands…and Poison is my absolute favorite!
Did you know that Dan Rice was the inspiration for Uncle Sam and his infamous red, white, and blue outfit?! He also considered by many to be the father of political commentary. In this Walk with History we are in Girard, Pennsylvania where we learn about “The Most Famous Man You’ve Never Heard Of” (accordingContinue reading “The Father of Political Commentary – Dan Rice the Circus Clown”
Iconic is an understatement…