Charlie lives for the experience. He's traveled across the U.S. performing and speaking. He's an avid outdoor explorer, gamer, musician, and writer. When not writing about the odd and wonderful in Texas, he's working on flash fiction and poetry. The only thing Charlie loves more than an adventure, is spending time with his children. You can usually find them taking a road trip on any given weekend. He's always bringing wild stories and experiences back to his listeners every weekday.
To Honor or To Bulldoze? The Childhood Home of The Most Notorious Outlaw in Texas
This humble house and gas station was the childhood home of Clyde Barrow.
Surprising True Story Behind Weird Marks In Texas Cemetery
It looks like giant claw marks.
What Makes This Texas Lake So Special? 4 Million Tons Of Salt.
It's our very own Dead Sea.
Why Is A Massive Field Of Abandoned Classic Cars In Pampa, TX?
Supposedly, the individual who owns the land is just a big-time enthusiast.
Does Ghost Of A Betrayed Wife Really Haunt This Texas Airport?
This time would be the last time he left his wife waiting alone at home.
This Unique Rock Formation near Amarillo, Texas is the ‘Devil’s Tombstone’
If the devil needed a place for an enteral rest, perhaps it would be in the scenic west Texas Panhandle city of Amarillo. The 'Devil's Tombstone' is nearby.
Video Evidence from the Haunted Hotels, Schools and Apartments of Amarillo, Texas
Amarillo, Texas has its fair share of haunted hospitals, hotels, houses. Ghost hunters have posted some fascinating footage of their explorations.
St. Anthony’s Hospital in Amarillo, Texas is Abandoned and Haunted – Of Course, You Want to See Inside
The abandoned St. Anthony's Hospital in Amarillo, Texas will soon be turned into affordable living spaces for seniors.
5 Facts About The Worst Serial Killer From Texas
True Crime has seen a surge in popularity over the past several years. Serial killers, unsolved and strange cases, and the details on some of the biggest court cases in history have all become fodder for a massive audience. That made me wonder, who was the worst serial killer in Texas history...