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Zombies in Paris

There's something spine-chilling happening in Paris! It's drawing the undead.

Nuts About Pralines

As a child, I looked forward to my mother’s homemade pecan pralines every Christmas. The sugary, nut-studded treats practically defined…

Texas State Cemetery

When Austin traffic slows to a crawl on Interstate 35, as it often does, travelers can safely catch glimpses of…

Get well... Soon?

Imagine you’re a young soldier in the late 1800s, assigned to Fort Davis, a military post located in far West…

Spirited Change

The first day of autumn officially falls in September each year, but to me, the final days of October really…

It's a Scream!

 It will be dusk or already dark as you enter through the gates at Screams Halloween Theme Park in Waxahachie,…

Hunting for Haunted Galveston

The woman behind the registration desk at the Hotel Galvez glanced at the number as she handed me my keycard.…

Daytripper with Chet Garner: Jefferson

While most associate Texas with the Wild West rather than the Deep South, there are towns in the Lone Star…

Chestnut Square in McKinney

In the October 2013 issue, writer Laura Samuel Meyn takes readers to Churchill’s Pub in McKinney, which hosts monthly Psychic…

Caddo’s Primordial Calling

My boyfriend seems unusually skittish as he peers into the utter blackness beyond our cabin door at Caddo Lake State…

Animal Magnetism

From her vantage point hundreds of feet above a grassy plain bisected by a meandering stream, Beth Yoes of Beaumont…

One Crazy Camping Trip

In the October 2013 issue of Texas Highways, Babs Rodriguez’s account of a fall fishing getaway shows how so many…
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