Charlie lives for the experience. He's traveled across the U.S. performing and speaking. He's an avid outdoor explorer, gamer, musician, and writer. When not writing about the odd and wonderful in Texas, he's working on flash fiction and poetry. The only thing Charlie loves more than an adventure, is spending time with his children. You can usually find them taking a road trip on any given weekend. He's always bringing wild stories and experiences back to his listeners every weekday.
The OLDEST Prison In Texas Is Also The Most Infamous Prison; It’s Still Operating Today
Discover the intriguing history of the oldest prison in Texas, the Huntsville penitentiary.
This Historic Texas Cemetery Has A Bizarre Buried Secret That Remains Unsolved After 100 Years
Headstones are usually used to signify the final resting place of a person. In Paradise, Texas you'll find a headstone that marks the final resting place of just an arm.
The Mystery Of The Weekend Booms: Sonic Booms Rock Texas And New Mexico
Reports of loud booms heard in Texas and New Mexico believed to be sonic booms.
Cracking The Accent Code: Texas Vs. Oklahoma
Uncover the similarities and differences in accents between Texas and Oklahoma.
Unlocking The Mystery: Why Is The Oklahoma Panhandle Not A Part Of Texas?
Discover the Complex History Behind the Oklahoma Panhandle's Ownership
Surprising Findings: One City In Texas Panhandle Makes List Of Safest Cities In Texas
Discover the surprising locations of the safest cities in Texas, as revealed by a recent study.
Legendary Amarillo Poker Player Who “Hustled” The US Navy
Did you know Amarillo Slim supposedly hustled the US Navy while working on a job at the Bikini Atoll?
Baird’s Callahan County Jail: A Living Piece Of Texas History
Discover the oldest operating jail for long-term inmates in Texas, nestled in the unassuming town of Baird.
Amarillo Musician Loses Everything In Heartbreaking Holiday House Fire
Devastating house fire leaves Amarillo musician with nothing, just after Christmas.
Texas Will Feel Password Sharing Crackdown More Than Most
Find out why Texans could find it harder to share passwords in the future.