Black History Month is a time to remember and honor the many groups and individuals who contributed to the success and achievements of this country as well as to advancement for African Americans as a people.
This Halloween, you need only venture into wilderness to be chilled to the bone. These scary places are inhabited by a wild beauty, and most by a ghost or two as well. Here are some haunted wild places that are sure to raise some wild hairs:
The National Park Service will celebrate its 99th anniversary this month by waiving the entrance fee at all 408 of its parks, monuments and other sites, a prelude to the agency’s centennial celebration in 2016.