December 1, 2023 | By Marisa Charpentier
October 24, 2023 | By Traces of Texas
Texas has always attracted its share of odd people, and Bill Brown was no exception. Brown, shown here with his team of “sled dogs” in Tulia on July 22, 1913, told reporters he was a noted sled-dog driver who had bet a group of wealthy miners in Nome, Alaska, $10,000 that he could drive his dog sled from Nome to all 48 state capitals within six years.
October 13, 2023 | By Andrea Luttrell
About 50 miles south of downtown Dallas on Interstate 35—when the strip malls of the metroplex give way to cornfields—a strange tower stands sentry over an empty field.
October 6, 2023 | By Cynthia J. Drake
If some of Texas’ historic bank-turned-hotel walls could talk, they would tell stories of wealth and loss.
October 5, 2023 | By Amanda Ogle
As we creep into spooky season, and haunted houses and general scary-ment are in full swing, it’s time for us to reflect on all the real hauntings that have happened across our vast state.
September 19, 2023 | By Traces of Texas
“Slinging” Sammy Baugh, pictured here as quarterback for the Washington Redskins (now Commanders), embodied Texas toughness, tenacity, and loyalty.
September 19, 2023 | By ire’ne lara silva