Tag Archives: World War II

There is beauty in the chaos of destruction

I am not sure what really draws me to destruction. I seem to follow it like a dog sniffing the air, following behind a hotdog cart rolling down the street. Whether it is in my job, or my explorations, I seem to gravitate to the ruins of generations past. This type of exploration has many names; […]

Camp Hero: State Park and Alleged Home of Human Experimentation

If you grew up on Long Island, New York, like I did, especially on the East End, you have heard the rumors that surround Camp Hero, the former Montauk Air Force Station. If you are not familiar with the rumors and tales, then let me enlighten you. With many stories surrounding telekinetic experimentation, time travel, […]

The Wolf’s Lair: The Crumbling Remains of Hitler’s Stronghold in Poland

Tom and I sat in the Vilnius airport, staring at the small screen on my iPhone, as Safari sluggishly loaded a map from our location to Gierloz, Poland. After idle conversation, the map eventually informed us of our journey, and we were pleased to find that only 150 miles, and no more than three hours […]