A waft of incense. The blaring of televisions. Broken pavement under foot. As the two blind, teen-aged girls led blindfolded Rosemary Mahoney through the streets of Lhasa, Tibet, Rosemary began to understand what a deep connection the blind have with the physical world.
A jolt. Then shuddering. Then, more ominously, swaying. The frightened passengers aboard the New York Express traveling high on a truss bridge over Big Sister Creek clutched their belongings and looked at each other in terror. What terrible thing was going on?
Inept procedures and political intrigue would dog and stall the investigation, but journalist Mark Pinsky, who for years followed and researched the case, puts the pieces together in his gripping true crime narrative.
Glorious fall foliage, cozy Heidi-esque mountains, delightful country stores, and cheese, lots and lots of cheese, – who wouldn’t fall in love with Vermont?
With only the cold, glittering stars above and dreadful nothingness below, climber Joe Simpson was in a terrifying predicament.
Over thirty years ago teacher and therapist Torey Hayden started sharing her remarkable experiences in classrooms and clinics with emotionally disturbed children. Their stories will haunt you…their courage will amaze you.