Category Archives: Louisville Landmarks

The St. James Court Art Show. Yeah, It Really Is That Cool.

There’s a reason I set the biggest scene in my first novel at the St. James. It really is that cool. And on the first weekend in October, there’s not a place on earth I’d rather be. I love walking among the neighborhood’s incredible Victorian mansions, breathing in the crisp fall air, redolent with the […]

Mr. Conrad, the Widows, and the Persistent Haunting of the Conrad-Caldwell House

Well his name is on the door, after all. Who could blame Mr. Conrad for coming back home? The Conrad-Caldwell house is one of the jewels of Old Louisville’s extraordinary neighborhood, St. James Court. So much so, in fact, that the neighborhood made it into a museum for the public. They have since filled it […]

Are There Really Ghosts at the Seelbach Hotel?

Yes, Virginia, there have been numerous documented sightings of ghosts at the Seelbach Hotel, Louisville’s grand historic downtown hotel. It’s been around since the mid 1800s, so, it stands to reason. If there really is such a thing as ghosts, and I have the misfortune of dying and becoming one, I would make a beeline […]