Category Archives: Third Ohio Cavalry

Ambrose Bierce: Spymaster?

Having spent several years researching, then writing and revising Ambrose Bierce and the Period of Honorable Strife, the first tome devoted solely to noted American author Ambrose Bierce’s wartime service during the Civil War, one would think that I had … Continue reading

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BEHOLD A PALE RIDER: A CIVIL WAR GHOST TALE

Fact or Fiction?  BIERCE’S TALE OF A “BAFFLED” AMBUSH After lengthy and arduous research into the wartime career of Ambrose Bierce, famed short story writer, Civil War soldier, satirist, curmudgeon and aficionado of the bizarre and supernatural, readers will forgive me if, … Continue reading

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