The Murder of Louiza Fox

Note: Although most modern accounts of the murder spell the victim’s name Louisa, I am using the spelling Louiza, the spelling as it appears on her tombstone and in most of the histories of the region. “Do you purposely find the roughest roads for us to travel on when you plan out our journeys?” Zech … Continue reading The Murder of Louiza Fox

Johnny Morehouse: A Boy and His Dog

“Where are we headed to next?” Zech asked. “Woodland Cemetery, Dayton,” I replied. The two of us had were eastbound after spending the weekend exploring eastern Indiana and western Ohio, but I knew we still had a couple stops before reaching our destination for the night. “So whose grave are we looking for?” he asked … Continue reading Johnny Morehouse: A Boy and His Dog