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 […]

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 […]

USS Yorktown survivor remembers the Battle of Midway

Roger Spooner of Seminole County, Georgia, is a remarkable American. A sailor during World War II, he survived the sinking of the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown during the Battle of Midway. Two Egg TV visited with him on the 75th anniversary of the battle. Click play to hear Mr. Spooner’s remarkable story: To learn more […]