From August 2018

Mountain Meadows Massacre Memorial

On September 11, 1857, 120 unarmed members of a wagon train traveling from Arkansas to California were slaughtered by members of the Mormon Militia in Iron County, Utah.  Known as the Mountain Meadows Massacre, the event was first covered up, then denied by the Mormons.  Once the facts of the event became known, the leader …

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Parowan Gap Petroglyphs Utah

The Parowan Gap Petroglyphs are just a short drive from Cedar City, Utah so Tom and I stopped by there after spending the night in Cedar City.  The Gap is a natural formation originally created by a creek that dried.  Once the creek dried, wind continued to carve an opening in the red hills.  Today …

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