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Feuding Brothers: Who Was the Femme Fatale?

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, today writing about a real life mystery I’m trying to solve. I’ve written before about some of my adventures uncovering the truth behind family stories, both my own and my husband’s. Another puzzling tale resurfaced … Continue reading

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Exploring My Ancestors

Vaughn Hardacker here. In 2009 I was laid off by the high tech firm I worked for in Massachusetts (my seventh job in nine years–I left none of them voluntarily) and made the decision to leave New Hampshire and return … Continue reading

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All it Takes is One Clue

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here. Today I want to tell you a story about solving a real-life historical mystery. There’s no murder. There isn’t even a crime. That doesn’t cut down on the thrill of finding the one clue that … Continue reading

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“The Computer Ate Me!”

My long-suffering husband has heard this plaintive cry from me more times than he wants to count. It is usually accompanied by words to the effect that I meant to put supper in the oven an hour ago. Or that … Continue reading

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