Experience stories of urban exploration, discovering lost film footage, tales from nature and a look back at Charles Chaplin.
Imagine driving down an old gravel road deep in the mountains, surrounded by tall trees. You park your car and walk down what appears to be another old road. After about a mile, you come upon the remains of a century old hotel and abandoned neighborhood, nestled away next to a beautiful flowing stream. Read ›
Charles Chaplin's introduction into the world of film was anything but ordinary. He arrived in Los Angeles in 1914 and it took him several days to find the courage to walk in the studio door. Behind those walls he would create one of the most iconic characters in the history of motion pictures. Read ›
I purchased an antique 1932 projector on eBay to display in my home, and discovered six seconds of film history in the bottom of the box. After several months, I was contacted with an answer regarding the origin of the film. View the footage and read about my discovery of Mickey Mouse history. Read ›