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 […]

Keelboat Aux Arc capsizes in White River, Arkansas

The keelboat Aux Arc, a popular part of the Scott 1817 200th Anniversary event on Lake Seminole and at Chattahoochee, FL in 2017 has capsized in northern Arkansas. All of those on board are safe. The Independence County Sheriff’s Department has issued a press release that indicates the boat was found on its side in the […]

Mystery Structure found in Southwest Georgia Lake!

Jackson’s Oven, a mysterious stone structure not seen in 60-years, has been rediscovered by a joint Two Egg TV and Chipola Divers, LLC expedition! Click the play button to watch the actual discovery: The structure is located in the Spring Creek arm of Lake Seminole, a 37,500-acre reservoir on the border of Georgia and Florida. Its unusual design has […]

Two Egg TV to make Major Announcement on Mysterious Stone Structure

For Immediate Release: February 8, 2018 Two Egg TV plans MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT on mysterious stone structure at bottom of Lake Seminole (Two Egg, Florida) – Two Egg TV, a multi-platform history and travel channel based near Two Egg, Florida, plans a major announcement for Saturday (February 10) regarding the channel’s joint search with Chipola Divers, LLC […]

Photos from 200th anniversary Seminole War commemoration

The 200th anniversary of the first actions of the 41-year long Seminole Wars was observed at River Landing Park in Chattahoochee, Florida and associated locations in Bainbridge and Decatur County, Georgia, this weekend. The event featured living history camps, a commemorative march by the 7th U.S. Infantry Living History Association and supporting militia units, an […]

Ghost Town of Butler, Florida

Butler was a thriving Chattahoochee River community during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. It is a ghost town today. The village was named for the Butler family that once lived there. At its height it was the location of a store, sawmill, gristmill, turpentine still, cotton gin and paddlewheel steamboat landing. Butler was […]

Historic River Road in Sneads, Florida

Historic River Road (SR 271) leads from Sneads north along the Florida side of Lake Seminole. It is one of the oldest roads in Florida: See more “off the beaten path” places by viewing our current program stream at http://twoegg.tv. Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Reddit

The Lake Seminole Monster?

It was a completely unexpected and stunning sight. Leaving a wake larger than passing boats, the massive creature was photographed from more than one-quarter mile away as it made its way up Lake Seminole from the vicinity of the Jim Woodruff Dam. Lake Seminole is known for its enormous alligators, but this one may be […]