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Ranch, Rodeo and Randomness: Are Ghosts Really Among Us?

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By Pepper Stewart

There are many people who believe in supernatural, paranormal ghosts and spirits. Are you one of those? Have you personally had an experience with something you couldn’t explain?

Many religions are based on it with massive followings worldwide of spirits and beings people have never seen but fully submit to daily.

What kinds of spirits are out there, only good and evil, or are there additional ones in the mix? In my youth I watched plenty of the Twilight Zone episodes, and it always got my mind spinning. Tales of ghosts and spirits have been around since the beginning of time in folklore, bedtime stories, and campfire tales.

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Jesses Jewelz

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By Jesse Kader

It’s summer but you can still keep your layers classic and western. Take simple pieces and add your own touches to personalize it to your style. I love this simple but statement suit that pairs perfectly with all of my turquoise accessories. Plus, these layers are still cool enough to get us through the warmer days. Find this and more at www.jessesjewelz.com.

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On the Road with Dave Alexander

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Summertime music is in the air. Yes friends, summer is upon us. It’s time for those outdoor parties and special events we’ve all been waiting for to begin. And best of all, most will be featuring live Texas music.

Meet Cayla McPeek. Cayla is a fourth generation singer, songwriter from Forestburg, Texas. Her old school influences in rock and country include Fleetwood Mac, George Jones and Miranda Lambert.

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Mumblety-Peg

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By Bryce Angell

I was thumbing through the Netflix channels when, there it was, the great western television series, “Lonesome Dove.” I eagerly watched, for the 10th time, when five minutes into the episode, there was a scene where Newt, PeaEye and Dish were playing a knife game called Mumblety-peg. I had completely forgotten about the game of Mumblety-peg.

Mumblety-peg can be a dangerous game if you choose to play it that way. One brainless way is to see how close you can throw your knife to your feet without slicing your toes. Newt, PeaEye and Dish were playing the game safely by staying away from their toes.

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