Patrice and Marleah drink Winter Smashes and talk about why men never throw themselves off of tall things in legends and how ghosts (or an arson) burnt down a house to set themselves free.
Twain, Faulkner & Ladies in White //
Why are there so many Lover’s Leaps on the Mississippi River? What are the stories behind them and what is the truth? Patrice takes us through literary history, Victorianism, and native (or not so native) legends.
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- Fallen Women: The Popular Image of Female Suicide … – UVic
- Natural Steps, Arkansas
- White Lady (ghost)
- Why are there so many ghost stories about a “woman in white”?
- Noccalula – Bhamwiki
- Why do lovers leap? Native American myths and a lookout from Rock City
The Cahill House Haunting //
When the Gregory family moved into the mansion in Gulfport Mississippi’s Bayou View neighborhood, they didn’t know what secrets it held. Closet ghosts, bedside ghosts, candle ghosts, child ghosts, and ghosts were so loud they had to wear earplugs.
- Paranormal Gumbo
- Biloxi Sun Herald: My Body Is Full of Holes
- Stories from the Haunted South by Alan Brown
Winter Bourbon Smash
From Minimalist Baker
- 1/2 cup ice (plus more for serving)
- 2 Tbsp raspberry jam
- 2 Tbsp Bulleit bourbon
- 1 Tbsp triple sec
- 2-3 Tbsp orange juice
- Orange segments
- A splash of club soda
- Add ice, preserves, bourbon, triple sec and orange juice to a shaker and shake vigorously for 15 seconds.
- Pour into serving glass with a few ice cubes and top with a splash of club soda. Garnish with orange slices and enjoy.