Published Works

Tim has written extensively on local issues and is a frequent contributor to blogs, newspapers, and other outlets. A selection of his writings:

Tim on education

How do you chose a school? (Greater Greater Washington)

Let’s Be Grown Ups When We Talk About Education (Huffington Post)

We Don’t Need No Education. It’s Testing Week in DC (The Hill is Home)


Tim on history

Dr. King’s Misleading Memorial Inscription Is in Good Company (Huffington Post)

The Lost Chinese Ghost of Dupont (Huffington Post)

Ghosts of Capitol Hill (Hill Rag)


Tim on tourism

Visitors will walk far to MLK… (Greater Greater Washington)

Are Tour Guide Licenses Unconstitutional (Greater Greater Washington)

Officer Sprinkle and the Haunted Police Station (Ghosts of DC)


Tim on transportation

Mr. Wells, Tear Down this Bike Station (The Hill is Home)

Historic Preservation Group Objects to Streetcars Along Historic Streetcar Route (The Hill is Home)

Life as a tour guide: Why can’t tour groups take the Metro (Greater Greater Washington)


Tim on his neighborhood

Dan Snyder Giveaway Coming to Reservation 13 (The Hill is Home)

Reservation 13 Update - A Social Services Dumping Ground (The Hill is Home)

Oh, and just for fun….Meet the People Who Piss in My Alley (Washington City Paper)

Tim is the author of two books on the haunted history of Washington, DC; Capitol Hill Haunts and Ghosts of Georgetown. The Washington Post selected Capitol Hill Haunts as one of the “Best Books about Washington” and the Hill Rag had this to say about Ghosts of Georgetown:

Krepp is well-versed in local history as well as the politics, trade and commerce, and social milieu of the eras he’s discussing, and is a great storyteller who, with a confident grasp of the facts and judiciously inserted asides, can bring to life both the haunters and the haunted.

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