Joshua Ferm

Stories from Joshua Ferm

Date: 
Friday, September 15th, 2017
By: 
Joshua Ferm

Avalon Hill released "Betrayal at House on the Hill" in 2004, and later that year it won awards for best board game. In "Betrayal," players begin exploring a haunted mansion using their character’s “Speed” and discover new room tiles. While exploring the rooms, players discover event cards that will reveal hidden passages, Civil War ghosts, howling winds, and much more. Along with event cards, players can find items that will help them defeat enemies and omen cards.

Date: 
Thursday, September 14th, 2017
By: 
Joshua Ferm

Sitting at 4.2 stars on Goodreads at the time of writing is Adam Silvera’s "History Is All You Left Me," and it is quickly becoming a well-known book in the LGBTQ+ community, for good reason. The book portrays the love and loss of main character Griffin and his (ex)boyfriend Theo. Taking place in two different time periods (2014 and 2016), the book investigates the history of Griffin and Theo’s relationship (2014) and the aftermath of Theo’s death (2016).

Date: 
Friday, September 8th, 2017
By: 
Joshua Ferm

Monday, September 10, 1973

Early in the morning, two bombs exploded at the King’s Cross and Euston tube stations. Fifty minutes apart, the explosions injured around thirteen people, but no one was killed. Scotland Yard immediately began searching for the teenage suspect.


Tuesday, September 11, 2001

Date: 
Wednesday, September 6th, 2017
By: 
Joshua Ferm
Recently I purchased The Red Dragon Inn made by SlugFest Games. This game is made for two to four people, though expansion packs that can be added to increase the player number. The game comes with four characters: Gerki the Sneak, Deirdre the Priestess, Fiona the Volatile, and Zot the Wizard (and his rabbit Pooky).
Date: 
Saturday, August 26th, 2017
By: 
Joshua Ferm

August 27, 1950

After two months of planning, the first television broadcast over a body of water was transmitted from Calais, France across the English Channel to Great Britain. The British Broadcasting Channel (BBC) televised a procession with torches, dances, and fireworks.


August 28, 1963