Cowpen Pond Cemetery in Dellwood, Florida

Two Egg TV takes you on a special visit to Cowpen Pond Cemetery near the community of Dellwood in the Florida Panhandle. It is the burial place of scores of Florida pioneers, including descendants of American frontiersman Daniel Boone.

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Excerpt: The Fort at Prospect Bluff documentary

The Fort at Prospect Bluff (or “Negro Fort”) was built by the British in 1814 and destroyed by U.S. forces in 1816. It was the scene of the deadliest cannon shot in American history, a 9-pound cannonball that blew up the gunpowder magazine and killed 270 of the 320 men, women and children within its walls.

Two Egg TV is producing a full-length documentary on the history of the fort. Here is a first preview:

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Adventure into Old Indian Cave

Historic Old Indian Cave is part of Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna, Florida. The cave has been closed to the public for nearly 50 years but Two Egg TV obtained special permission to crawl inside for a look:

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The Florida yew: In search of one of the world’s rarest trees

The Florida yew, which grows only in a tiny area of bluffs and ravines along the Apalachicola River, is one of the rarest trees in the world. Critically endangered, it might hold the secrets to battling one of the deadliest of human illnesses – cancer. The bark of the Florida yew is a source of the cancer-fighting compound taxol, which has been used to battle breast cancer, ovarian cancer, lukemia and kidney disease.

Two Egg TV went in search of one of these rare trees.

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