Frosty and Peter: The Legacy of Walter “Jack” Rollins

Walter "Jack" Rollins, Queens Point Cemetery, Keyser, West Virginia I was in Keyser, West Virginia to honor Jonah “Ed” Kelley, a young man who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his bravery during World War Two. But before I left Queens Point Cemetery, I had one more stop, so I left Kelley’s resting … Continue reading Frosty and Peter: The Legacy of Walter “Jack” Rollins

Medal of Honor: Jonah “Ed” Kelley

Jonah Edward Kelley, MOH The Medal of Honor symbolizes the ideals of patriotism, courage, sacrifice, and integrity and is the highest award presented for military valor in action. Those recipients have shown bravery in combat, going above and beyond the call of duty, risking – and often sacrificing – their lives for the welfare of … Continue reading Medal of Honor: Jonah “Ed” Kelley

The Greenbrier Ghost

Grave of Zona Heaster Shue I made the mistake of listening to the GPS unit. I had spent the morning visiting a number of haunted locations in southeastern West Virginia and was headed toward the Soule Chapel Methodist Cemetery in Meadow Bluff. As with most of my journeys, I had planned this one the old-fashioned … Continue reading The Greenbrier Ghost