The Influence of Freemasons in Georgetown, Texas

The Influence of Freemasons in Georgetown, Texas

The first time I met a Freemason, I was mesmerized by his ring. That chunky, flashy emblem looked crucial to whatever it was he did behind closed doors.  I proceeded to ask him a bunch of questions, all of which he either ignored, evaded, or evoked an expression of...
Supernatural Women: Celebrating Women’s History Month

Supernatural Women: Celebrating Women’s History Month

Supernatural Women Spell Caster Ghost Tours is a Woman-Owned and Operated Business.  We don’t think it’s a coincidence that Women’s History Month is in the Magickal Month of March. The month for sweeping out the old in order to make room for all the goodness spring...
The Sneed – Boyce Family Feud: Asylums, Murders, and Acquittals

The Sneed – Boyce Family Feud: Asylums, Murders, and Acquittals

The Sneed – Boyce Family Feud                                        Asylums, Murders, and Acquittals If you’re from Texas, you know your roots run deep.  And so do your family secrets.  On March 6, 1912, at 9:20 AM, Joseph Tyre (J.T.) Sneed was shot and killed...
Texas Hangings: Public Executions in Williamson County

Texas Hangings: Public Executions in Williamson County

Public Executions Public torture and executions have been a part of history for centuries. Honestly, I don’t get it. But that’s a bit hypocritical since I am a huge fan of true crime. And the more psychologically twisted and brutal the act, the more fascinating it is...
The Ghost in the Square

The Ghost in the Square

Who Haunts Georgetown’s Square? Georgetown, Texas, is booming. Just up the road from Austin, the small Central Texas town has seen a surge in growth over the past five years. It’s the home of Southwestern University, the county seat for Williamson County, and...