On Location Series #27-Historic Dr. Mudd House adventures (well sort of)…

On April 14, 1865, in the evening time, President Abraham Lincoln was at a play performance at the acclaimed Ford's Theater in Washington DC.  Then John Wilkes Booth, a Confederate Sympathizer, murdered the president in cold blood.  Booth then hopped off a balcony and broke his leg in the fall.   During Booth's escaped by horseback … Continue reading On Location Series #27-Historic Dr. Mudd House adventures (well sort of)…

On Location Series #19–Antietam Battlefield

  The world wept in Sharpsburg Maryland in the year of 1862...   Historians call this the bloodiest battle that happened on American soil. Some even proclaimed as the deadliest occurrence of any kind that took place in North America. Over 23,000 soldiers were killed, wounded, or missing that occurred within a single day of … Continue reading On Location Series #19–Antietam Battlefield