As is their custom, in addition to the original audio episode, Trace Evidence’s podcast about the disappearance of Angela Hamby Has released a YouTube version.
When exploring the history of the Houstonville Moravian Church, it quickly became evident there was an unresolved mystery concerning it’s graveyard.To simplify the content of the full post on that church into relevant data, here is the history of the graveyard I have been able to discover. The first recorded death in the church isContinue reading “Where Are The Houstonville Moravian Graves?”
This modest little home seems to have been given up on some time in the late 70’s or early 80’s. All of the magazines, newspapers, catalogues, and other ephemera that litters the floor of the place are from that time period.It almost seems like there might have been a fire or else a very inefficientContinue reading “The Triangle House”
On October 29th, 1982, Angela Hamby went missing from Wilkesboro, NC. Today marks 40 years since she disappeared, seemingly without a trace. But Angela Hamby by is not forgotten.
Long range forecasting of the weather today is still not an exact science, but we have a plethora of sources we can go to in order to determine what the coming winter might be like.But in the days before internet, television, and radio, this was done without the help of meteorologists by the common manContinue reading “Foretelling The Weather Like The Oldtimers.”
It’s taken a bit of time, but I’ve revamped the Locations page, placing things in chronological order rather than the jumble I had it in before. Also, two new locations- the Preaching Arbor and the White Pine Club have been added and I have a third larger one I’m working on.All this has been takingContinue reading “Couple updates.”
I know some of the history of this place, but because of it’s location and the vulnerability of it, I’m choosing to keep most of it to myself.However, what I can tell you is that this is an old preaching arbor that was active at least as early as 1932, but I have also foundContinue reading “The Preaching Arbor”
I can find scant little about this place in the newspaper archives or anywhere else. I have one original picture and a rough estimate of it’s construction date. Since I don’t know it’s history, I don’t know how many times it was closed, reopened, or renamed either, but I do know it became “Johnny Mac’sContinue reading “The White Pine Club”
September 30th, 1931. Randelman Road, six miles outside Greensboro, North Carolina.It’s about 9 AM in the morning, and a man passing by notices smoke coming from the Leonard farm. When he rushes to investigate the source of the blaze, he finds that the Leonard home is burning. It’s as he is attempting to save theContinue reading “Asbury Respus: North Carolina’s First Serial Killer?”
Not far down the road from Houstonville are the remains of this old home, which based on the chimneys, must have been very large.There was also a small store on the same property that sat along the road but it was demolished several years ago.