Category Archives: Architecture

By July 24, 2020

What do a farmer’s windmill, an alien funeral, and a UFO tombstone all have in common? They are all part of the amazing and almost-forgotten account of a UFO crash that occurred in Aurora, Texas in the nineties.  That is, . . . the 1890s! That’s right, 50 years before the much more famous 1947

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By April 20, 2020

Thomas Jefferson once wrote to his friend John Adams, “I cannot live without books.” Books were obviously important to Jefferson because of their contents.  Yet, there is another important, secondary role books play in our homes, and that is the role of “looking good.” Though you can’t judge a book’s contents by its cover, you

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