Hmm, it has been a few years since I've done this, hasn't it?  Your very bad admin fell behind a few years in delivering what used to be an annual classic. After all, exploring the mysteries of Sam Winchester's hair is a very detailed task and not for the faint of heart.  I got busy.   I have picked up where I've left off though, season ten.  

Turns out, season ten was a bit of a challenge.  Still, just like any other season, the hair could not be ignored.  It's just another twist in the enigma that is Sam's hair.  So, without further delay, I present, The Season Ten Enigma of Sam Winchester's Hair.  

Some of you might know that I enjoy watching a Winchester bleed, preferably while another family member is nearby.  Now, I don’t consider myself a particularly violent person.  In real life the sight of another person in pain isn’t something I relish.  I avoid confrontation, run away from fights, and abhor bullies.  Most of my favorite scenes on Supernatural, however, seem to contain pain and fear.  Go figure.

Anyways, here are some of my favorite scenes which involve bleeding Winchesters through the years.  I’m not including the times that the brothers hurt each other. I have a harder time with that.  I also won't be able to include every bloody scene in every season, but my dear readers can add their favorite scenes to the comments section. That'll be very welcome.

The Boys Are Back in Town

(Probably Time To Flee)


Declarations and cliffhangers – that’s what it’s all about.


What are Supernatural fans are up to these days? Here are the latest projects organized by the #SPNFamily, for or about the Supernatural cast and fandom!

"Funerals are a pagan rite. There's not any doubt about it.” ― Steve Earle

Funeralia in Medieval Latin means funeral rites so that is where my idea for this article lifts off. I found a quote that mentions funerals and pagans, and a video titled "Heathens". Rowena is one of the characters in the video so it fits perfectly. All of these things focus more or less on death, which is an easy topic for Supernatural. It has heathens and a whole lot of monsters and people visited by death. Even when I was young, I had already been in many funeral services, and later in life, even more - Sadness and grieving all around me. You never get used to that. 

Team Free Will is working on a way to get Michael out of Dean’s head, when a mysterious stranger suddenly shows up with a warning.

The Boys Are Back in Town

(Probably Time To Flee)


Much like episode eighteen, episode nineteen is often a positivity injection of some sort as we near the pinnacle of the major plot. The pieces of the puzzle are coming together, major players begin to gather, and hope is renewed that the mission can be accomplished in one form or another.

"Your heart desire will come, but when it comes, you desire for another, and when it comes again, you still aspire for another, that shows your level of ingratitude.” ― Michael Bassey Johnson

Welcome to the SPECIAL edition of Fan Video of the Week! Because Supernatural hit the milestone of its 300th episode I decided to do something a little different. Fans were so excited about the episode that we got social media buzz going and Supernatural hit number six on the social media popularity chart for the week! Also, fans created many different projects that would be ready before and during the episode. The excitement and happiness were real and great, and being just one part of it was… something special. Maybe even a heart's desire?

So, in this article I have the best of the BEST fan videos that were made with the 300th in mind (that I have seen). Make no mistake. All these videos are great so this top 3 and the bonus extras are in this order by how they made me feel, the music and scenes they used, the story and idea that were presented - for me. It can be little things or it can be something huge but it doesn’t matter in the end.