Road Trip! Texas Chainsaw Massacre: the Movie, the Books and the Tour
In 1974 the face of American movie cinema was changed forever by the arrival of a strange new low-budge horror movie filmed in the area in and around Round Rock, Texas. Read and See More
Baker Hotel - Mineral Wells
The story of the Baker Hotel dates back to the 1920s when Mineral Wells began to garner a reputation for the supposed curative powers of its mineral waters which came from a large aquifer under the town. Read and See More
"Only a rank degenerate would drive 1,500 miles across Texas without eating a chicken fried steak." Larry McMurtry
From Stuckey's to Buccee's Any trip in the car can be divided up into three areas: Getting Ready, The Actual Drive and The Grand Arrival. But within the realm of The Actual Drive lies a gray area: The Stops Along The Way. This can include the usual activities: stopping for food, necessary rest stops for personal relief (the driver guzzling large cups of coffee along the way usually sets this one off), buying gas for the car and then there are the stops usually advertised on billboards designed to attract the eyes of the kids.
Tales of lights bobbing in the nearby woods, translucent figures seen walking on the bridge, abandoned cars and missing persons and rumored Satanic rituals being conducted there at night. Read and See More
We recently had an opportunity to sit down with Mack White, illustrator of the award winning Texas Tales Illustrated graphic series. Read more here