Real Haunted Houses for Sale, Cute Costumes for Kids, Rumors of McGraw/Hill Split are False – Top Stories of the Week
Here are the top 5 stories for the past week just in cased you missed one.
Halloween in coming up next week and we all like to go to haunted houses and have the poo scared out of us (why I don't know). What if you lived in a haunted house everyday of the year though? There are some real "haunted" houses for sale in the U.S. and they could be yours for the right price.
With Halloween around the corner, I've seen some really cute costumes this year at many of our local retailers. I think you can never go wrong with a super-hero or a little princess. I've often wondered why we didn't have these when I was a kid. Heck in my day, we'd grab moms makeup and some shoe polish, shade our faces to look like beards make an eye-patch a dress up like a pirate.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have been the sweethearts of country music for the last 17+ years. Rumors have it that the two are headed towards splitsville. If it's true that could mean dividing a $135 million dollar empire.
Dallas Davidson, songwriter of Luke Bryan's hit song "That's My Kind of Night" broke his silence and spoke up regarding Zac Brown's criticism. Davidson who's a three time Songwriter of the Year award winner told Roughstock.com “A comment like that will hurt your feelings because when you write a song, it’s kind of like one of your babies".
"July in Cheyenne" is Aaron Watson's latest release off of his "Real Good Time" album. The song is a fitting tribute about the late bull rider, Lane Frost. Lane's tragic death at Cheyenne Frontier Days, moved Arron so much, that he felt compelled to write this song. Watson wanted to tell the rest of the story that Hollywood didn't cover in the movie '8 Seconds'.