109 Deaths in 31 Days: Spanish Flu strikes Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee

The Spanish Influenza pandemic of 1918 was most deadly to those living in camps, barracks and dormitories. The illness swept through the World War I training camps of the U.S. Army, killing American soldiers by the tens of thousands. Far more troops died from the flu than from the bullets of the Germans that year. […]

Friday Night Frights from TwoEgg.TV

TwoEgg.TV’s Friday Night Frights compiles all of the week’s best news reports about ghosts, monsters, UFOs, Bigfoot and the just plain strange! It is a great way to wrap up your week by stimulating your mind with a week’s worth of the mysterious, strange and bizarre. September 14, 2018 In case you were wondering, South […]

120+ dead in Quincy: The Spanish Flu strikes Gadsden County, Florida

The Spanish Influenza pandemic of 1918 was one of the deadliest outbreaks of illness in history. Researchers estimate that 400,000 Americans lost their lives from the virulent flu strain. An estimated 50-100 million people died worldwide. It spread into Gadsden County during the second week of October 1918. The Quincy area, where many people worked […]

Friday Night Frights from TwoEgg.TV

Welcome to our new feature Friday Night Frights! Each week we will compile links and information on the week’s strangest stories for you to kick back, enjoy and unwind with as the work week comes to an end for most of our viewers! Friday, August 31, 2018 A woman credits ghosts with helping solve a […]

Reenactment at Fort Mims this weekend!

The annual living history event and reenactment commemorating the Battle of Fort Mims is this weekend (August 25-26). The event is at Fort Mims Historic Site in Tensaw, Alabama. The Battle of Fort Mims was a bloody action of the Creek War of 1813-1814. Infuriated over the attack on one of their supply parties at […]

Fort Mims (Part 5): The living and the dead

This article concludes our special series marking the 205th anniversary of the Battle for Fort Mims. The annual living history event and reenactment takes place this Saturday and Sunday at the fort site in Tensaw, Alabama. If you missed the first four posts in the series, read them here before continuing to today’s article: Part […]

Fort Mims (Part 4): Fight to the death

This article is the fourth in a week-long series marking the 205th anniversary of the Battle for Fort Mims. The fort’s annual reenactment and living history event will take place this Saturday and Sunday at the site near Tensaw, Alabama. If you missed the first three parts of the series, you can read them by […]

Fort Mims (Part 3): The attack begins

As our special week-long series continues today, we focus on the beginning of the Red Stick Creek attack on Fort Mims. This year’s living history event and reenactment will take place on Saturday and Sunday at the site near Tensaw, Alabama.  If you missed the previous two parts in this series, you can read them […]

Fort Mims (Part 2): Battle of Burnt Corn Creek

In today’s second part of a week-long series we look at the Battle of Burnt Corn Creek and how it led to the Red Stick Creek attack on Fort Mims. This year’s living history event and reenactment commemorating the attack will take place on Saturday and Sunday at the fort site near Tensaw, Alabama.  by […]