In 1966, a group of gravediggers in West Virginia reported seeing a flying humanoid figure with glowing red eyes. A year later, a nearby bridge collapsed, killing 46 people. Coincidence? Probably,...
Katie Heaney fell off a horse. Years later, she got back on. You can decide whether or not this works as a metaphor for something else.
Katie Heaney goes looking for the Minnesota chupacabra.
Did Katie Heaney actually go dogsledding? It seems like it—or this whole thing is just an extremely detailed fever dream.
Katie Heaney went snowkiting. She didn't fly.
Katie Heaney goes looking for the dead in Minnesota's (possibly haunted) St. James Hotel.
In which Katie Heaney discovers the Fountain of Youth, sort of.
Katie Heaney investigates the history of the most famous Midwestern Yeti.
A graceful ponytail helps ease the pains of a childhood long gone.
It snowed in the Twin Cities on Thanksgiving, and Katie Heaney went to a dog park.
Katie Heaney confronts her two greatest fears: going up and going down.
After a few switchbacks, Katie Heaney was pretty sure she was about to die.
Katie Heaney learns that rivers really don't care how many times you've kayaked on a lake.
Katie Heaney walks into the longest cave in Wisconsin and, despite the bats, the darkness, and the bats, makes it out alive.
Katie Heaney braves the dangers of archery—ricocheting arrows, inanimate animal objects, bows that bite back—and tests out a local range.