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A modern day WhoDunnit over a century in the making. A spiritual collaboration between a former Red Sox owner and his great-grandson.

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All In The Family

SEP 10 The Lannin Chronicles Joseph John (JJ) Lannin, born in Lac-Beauport, Quebec to parents of Irish immigrants, who was the ninth out of ten children, impressively beat all odds and went on to change American history. After being orphaned at 14, he started walking from Quebec to Boston to follow his dreams. Although JJ accomplished amazing career goals and became a very wealthy individual, he was not a man who ever forgot his impoverished roots. And, what people don’t know about him is

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The Lannin Chronicles

The Lannin Chronicles

This is probably the most challenging series of blog entries that I’ve ever embarked on writing because I feel like I am preparing to take a test in grade school. Or worse, having a teacher call on me to answer a question that I do not have the answer to. Basically, I feel vulnerable. But with my vulnerabilities, also comes a sense of impending liberation. Today marks my “official” entry into the art of storytelling in a digital age. Through the use of prose, photographs, years of research, a

The Lannin Chronicles

The Lannin Chronicles

Do you believe in magic?

As a former amateur magician, the art of magic still intrigues me to this day. What I enjoy the most are the reactions I see from people as they watch a master illusionist perform what appears on the surface as an astonishing feat beyond belief. For adults watching magic, a skillful magician is able to transport us back to a time when anything was possible–during our childhood. I have countless fond memories of my childhood when the world seemed magical–naturally, by itself. As adults, we grow

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The Lannin Chronicles

I see dead people. No, I really do.

As I’ve realized over the 40+ years that I have allowed my natural talent of communicating with spirit to develop, a talent that I know everyone is born with, communicating with the “dead”, or “spirit” as I prefer to call it, is as natural to me as any of my other five senses. I was fortunate to have parents that understood the ability each of us has that is usually most prevalent when we are children. Unlike parents of my childhood friends who would make comments like “Stop talking to your ima

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The Lannin Chronicles

Mysterious death...Murder? Suicide? Accident?

When I was five-years old, my father sat our family down to speak to us about his childhood and his ancestors. Since I never had the pleasure of meeting either of my paternal grandparents, let alone great-grandparents, I was eager to learn as much as I could about my father’s upbringing and his life. I remember sitting next to my siblings on a bright gold couch that reminded me of furniture you’d see watching the The Brady Brunch or The Partridge Family on TV. But, it was a comfortable couch t

The Lannin Chronicles

The Lannin Chronicles