Freestone Wilson has been a fixture of Tallahassee life for decades. He is often to be seen walking to and fro about town. I see him often in the library, where he no doubt posts to his blog, My Life After Near Death Experiences, using our public-access computers. He is a sort of seer, and he makes the most original observations. I discovered his blog today as I was searching for information about Peres Bonney Brokaw, who built one of Tallahassee's most distinctive old houses just before the Civil War. Freestone had posted a picture of the house on his blog.