Search Truth Quest

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Hi, I’m Mick Zano, I had a strange experience once, it was called my childhood. Now with my friends I hunt ghosts, cryptids and other stuff to increase visits to my blog. And this is our Search for the Truth…in Quest form


Search Truth Quest EP1: Chud Vendetta

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Haunted Colorado or Rocky Mountain High-Ya-Yay

Haunted Colorado or Rocky Mountain High-Ya-Yay
Mick Zano

Telluride, CO—The first segment of this epic four part Haunted Colorado series begins in one of the coolest towns in the country. And, at an elevation of nearly 9,000 feet, Telluride is so cool there’s still residual snowpack…in July. The town is named after the mineral Tellurium, which was used to enhance the hull-plating during one of the Enterprise’s missions threw a particularly hazardous region of space known as The Expanse. Or, maybe it’s named after that Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy character. Ok, I don’t really know, but I have posited two plausible theories so lay the hell off.

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  4 comments for “Search Truth Quest

  1. Mick Zano
    September 25, 2016 at 4:32 PM

    Is this you again, Bagans! One would think the Ghost Adventures could hire more coherent legal council. Besides, satire is the highest form of flattery… except in your case.

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    Pierce Winslow
    September 30, 2016 at 1:58 PM

    VRUVISCH!

  3. September 7, 2019 at 2:53 PM

    Hi, I’m the author of Haunted Highway-The Spirits of Route 66 and am writing another book on the same subject. When you visited the Lowell Observatory, did you did any paranormal investigating? I have read that Mr. Lowell and his dog wander about the grounds but that isn’t enough to make it in the book. If you have any information I can use, I will certainly plug the Daily Discord and send you a book. Thanks

    • Mick Zano
      September 16, 2019 at 11:47 PM

      Never heard of the Percival Lowell bit, but i’m happy to look into it for you (i can throw a rock from my condo and scare his ghost dog). For your next book don’t forget the Devil Dog road bit, just west of Williams Arizona!

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