The Lost Journals: The Introduction – Pg. 1

While auctioning off a house in Memphis, Tennessee last year state officials found an old safe in an attic. Upon opening it they discovered seven very well preserved journals that had been handwritten and obviously cared for by the owner. These items were given to the family of the estate. They sold the “worthless articles” to a small bookstore in midtown Memphis called Burkes Bookstore.

A young man went to that store in the early years of 2000, a store he would frequent often to escape the troubles… nightmares of the world that left him alone as soon as he stepped through that door. The dusty air of peace would settle around him and he would feel at home. It was there he learned of these books and eventually came to own them for himself.

All of this amazingly enough is not the greatest part of the journey of these journals. The best part of the story came when a reader’s eyes, the pupils of that boy, took the time to actually consume the contents of those bound treasures.

It is here the true story began.


This is my blog book I am offering to the readers of my blog. The whole story can be found at the following link I hope you enjoy the story. All content is owned and copyrighted. You may re-blog, pingback, or share the contents but please give credit to the author and this website. Thank you, -OM

Page 1 OM 12/16/2013

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4 Responses to The Lost Journals: The Introduction – Pg. 1

  1. farmerbob1 says:

    I liked this both times I saw it, with both of the different blogger identities who claim it as their own work.

    Smoke & Dust, are you also Aopinionatedman? If so, might want to somehow make that clear.

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