Scion of the Charter Oak — September 12, 2022

"The Charter Oak is part of Connecticut’s history and lore. The tree, which grew in Hartford, was used in 1687 to hide the Connecticut Charter, issued by the King of England, to prevent its confiscation by the newly appointed governor. Seedlings from the large oak tree were planted in many places throughout Connecticut."

Harry’s Place, Colchester, CT — August 30, 2022

"In psychology, decompensation refers to an individual's loss of healthy defense mechanisms in response to stress... Some who have narcissistic personality disorder may decompensate into persecutory delusions to defend against a troubling reality." -Theodore Millon, 2011 "The element of revenge has been a factor in many espionage cases... usually associated with job dissatisfaction and career… Continue reading Harry’s Place, Colchester, CT — August 30, 2022

Getaway Machimoodus, Moodus, CT — August 28 – 30, 2022

“At the foundation of our civil liberty lies the principles which denies to Government officials an exceptional position before the law and which subjects them to the same rules of conduct that are commands to the citizen.” -Justice Brandeis "During the Cold War, the Kremlin interfered in American politics for decades. The K.G.B.’s so-called active… Continue reading Getaway Machimoodus, Moodus, CT — August 28 – 30, 2022