Remembering the explosion on the CSS Chattahoochee

Sunday marks the 155th anniversary of the deadly steam explosion that sent the warship CSS Chattahoochee to the bottom of the Apalachicola River. Seventeen men and boys died in the disaster. Chattahoochee Main Street and Two Egg TV hold an annual memorial service for those killed on board the Chattahoochee and for all of the area sailors […]

Finding Fort Hughes: New Program Now Available!

Two Egg TV’s new program – “Finding Fort Hughes” – has been released! You can watch it on our Roku channel by adding the “Two Egg TV” app to your Roku device, or you can watch it right here: To learn more about the history of the fort, please consider Dale Cox’s book Fort Scott, Fort Hughes […]

Archaeologists to search for Fort Hughes in Bainbridge, Georgia

An archaeological search for surviving remains of historic Fort Hughes will begin in Georgia this week. The project is a community service of Two Egg TV. Brian Mabelitini, an archaeologist from the University of South Carolina, will lead the effort. He previously directed excavations of the Confederate gun battery at Torreya State Park near Bristol, Florida, […]

Battle for Fort Mims (Documentary)

Enjoy our new documentary Battle for Fort Mims; Watch this documentary free on your television by searching for “Battle for Fort Mims” at Amazon Prime on your Roku, Amazon Fire Stick or Smart TV. Fort Mims State Historic Site is located at 1813 Fort Mims Rd, Stockton, AL 36579. Please see the map below for directions. […]

What is Two Egg TV and how do I watch it?

What is Two Egg TV and how do I watch it? That is a popular question these days and here is the answer! Two Egg TV is a multi-platform television and programming source that is headquartered near the quaint little community of Two Egg, Florida. Our focus is “off the beaten path” travel, history and […]

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 […]