Officer Robert Probst, Highland Cemetery I was in Lock Haven’s Highland Cemetery to remember some of the notable people who rest on the hillside overlooking the county seat of Clinton County. I was joined on this trip by Mike, a good friend who was back in the area for a day of catching up and … Continue reading In the Line of Duty: Robert Probst
Unsolved murder victim, Bellefonte's Union Cemetery I was wandering the grounds of Bellefonte’s Union Cemetery photographing some of the notable people buried there, when I decided to seek out an ancestor buried near the grave of Governor Daniel Hastings. While I had a rough idea where she was buried, I found myself wandering back and … Continue reading Who Murdered Harold Guy Coll?
St. Joseph's Spring, Fort Indiantown Gap Note: This is the third part of "The Blue Eyed Six." Part one can be found here: The Murder of Joseph Raber and part two can is located here: The Trials and Executions. I was getting ready to leave St. Joseph's Spring when the blue car I had encountered arrived at … Continue reading The Blue Eyed Six: The Legends
St. Joseph's Springs, Indiantown Gap Note: the is part two of "The Blue Eyed Six" which begins with The Murder of Joseph Raber and concludes with The Legends. Having heard shooting coming from the military grounds earlier in the day, I slowed as I approached McLean Road which entered the grounds of Fort Indiantown Gap. Having been … Continue reading The Blue Eyed Six: Trials and Executions
The resting Place of Joseph Raber, Moonshine Cemetery Note: This is part one of "The Blue Eyed Six." Part two is The Trials and Executions and part three is located here: The Legends. The sound of large artillery being fired nearby filled the air as I stepped out of the vehicle and scanned the cemetery across the … Continue reading The Blue Eyed Six: The Murder of Joseph Raber
Grave of Philip Paul, North Bend Cemetery This was not my first visit to the North Bend Cemetery. I turned onto the sacred grounds off of Main Street in the community of North Bend. The last trip had been while researching the history of the Kettle Creek valley when I stopped to visit those who … Continue reading In the Line of Duty: Philip Paul