• In this video we get a rather unique perspective on Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church from life long members who share their memories and experiences over the years. Established in 1920 Blessed Sac…[View More]

  • Hoopeston, Illinois has a very colorful past which includes being home to several POW Camps for German soldiers during WWII. During their confinement in Hoopeston, one small group of prisoners esca…[View More]

  • About a mile and a half west of U.S 56 on Hartford Pike in Ohio County, Indiana you’ll cross a small creek by way of a modern concrete bridge. However, to your left you’ll notice a one lane roa…[View More]

  • About 1/2 mile east of Cedar Grove, Indiana on the north side of U.S. Route 52 is a paved road that parallels Route 52 for about 1/8 of a mile. From what I’ve found out, this may be the old Route…[View More]

  • In this video I interview Marietta historian Harley Noland who probably knows more about the city than anyone else alive. I spent two days with Harley as he gave me a private tour of the beautiful …[View More]

  • Back in 1967 on Sunday, October 1st around 9:00 in the evening, a train headed to Cincinnati from Indianapolis derailed halfway betwen Weisburg and Bonnell, Indiana. One engine and 38 cars spilled …[View More]

  • Traveling west on U.S. Route 52 just a half of a mile east of Cedar Grove, Indiana the road takes a gentle turn to the right but looking straight ahead, you’ll notice a gravel driveway. Apparentl…[View More]

  • If you have ever driven U.S Route 52 between I-74 and the town of Brookville, Indiana, you probably noticed the abandoned bridge on the west side of Cedar Grove just 50 feet north of the roadway. T…[View More]

  • Early in 1916 Catholics in the Covedale area of Western Hills petitioned Arch Bishop Henry Moeller for a new parish in their neighborhood. In July, Reverend Joseph B. Mueller was given the assignme…[View More]

  • A local contractor by the name of William Wilhelm built this concrete arch bridge in November 1908. The single lane bridge is about 69 feet long and spans Ramsey Creek which flows into the Whitewat…[View More]