The Swinging Bridge at Neal’s Landing

One of the most impressive construction projects in the history of Jackson County was completed at Neal’s Landing on the Chattahoochee River in 1927. Those who experienced this famed and feared “Swinging Bridge” never forgot it! The story of Neal’s Landing is actually older than Jackson County itself. The Creek Indian village of Ekanachatte (“Red […]

“Standing at the Feet of a Great Man:” Are Dr. John Gorrie’s feet in Marianna?

A favorite part of the tours we sometimes give of the Battle of Marianna and the grounds of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is always the stop at the graves of  Caroline Myrick Gorrie and her son, Sen. John Gorrie. That’s where visitors learn about the feet of a great man! Dr. John Gorrie was around 30-years-old when […]

The Dawson Ghost: A Haunting in Southwest Georgia

Dawson, a county seat community that lies about 25 miles northwest of Albany in Southwest Georgia, is an important agribusiness center in a region of exceptionally rich farmlands. In the late 19th century, however, the city attracted widespread attention for a much more haunting reason. The story broke in the Augusta Chronicle on September 26, 1887: […]

Miracle, Meteorite or UFO? The 1900 “Cross of Fire” over the Wiregrass area

One of the most remarkable yet unexplained incidents in the history of the Wiregrass area took place on the night of May 5, 1900. As startled observers watched, a “cross of fire in the sky” passed from west to east over the region: The citizens of Ozark, a small town in the southeastern part of […]

Gopher Tortoise Day in Two Egg, Florida

Happy Gopher Tortoise Day! The Gopher Tortoise Council has officially adopted April 10th as Gopher Tortoise Day in Florida. It is a day set aside to raise public awareness about these incredible tortoises. Gopher tortoises are important in the history and culture of the Two Egg area and they still live throughout the region today. […]

Monster snake sighted in Southwest Georgia!

A snake the “size of a telephone pole” has been sighted along the Flint River in Southwest Georgia. Two Egg TV spoke with an eyewitness who saw the snake in company with others at a boat landing just south of Ichawaynochaway Creek between Bainbridge and Newton. He said that at first he thought it was […]

Seminole War Symposium set in Jackson County & Chattahoochee!

Two Egg TV is joining with with Chattahoochee Main Street, Blue Heron’s Creek Hunting Camp, Dr. Joe Knetsch, Dr. Brian Rucker, Dale Cox and The Clark Barn for a 200th anniversary Symposium on the First Seminole War. The event will take place on Friday, April 27th, and Saturday, April 28th. Friday’s activities include the first ever […]

The Legend of the Dogwood Tree

To mark Easter weekend, we are pleased to release our new program on the Legend of the Dogwood Tree: The dogwood tree is a beautiful little hardwood that grows in the Two Egg vicinity and across much of the South. The tree is known for its spectacular white blossoms that add great splendor to the spring blooming season. According to […]