Patrice, Marleah, and Courtney drink Chilton County Peach Bourbon Tea and talk healings, woo woo, 12-foot terrors, and the snoligoster.
Edgar Cayce Part 2 //
The Cayce Saga continues with Edgar and family moving to Selma, Alabama and his medical readings take off!
- The strange tale of Edgar Cayce, Alabama’s Sleeping Prophet by Kelly Kazek
- Edgar Cayce: An American Prophet by Sidney D. Kirkpatrick
Gators Aren’t Racist //
They are scary, they are all over Florida, and they probably ate your dog. But despite what some folks wanted us to believe in the past, gators are not dragons, and they are definitely not racist.
- Video of 13 foot dino gator walking across Naples golf course
- Huge 12-foot alligator killed near Edisto River, strange items found in stomach
- It is surprisingly rare for an alligator to kill a person, BBC
- William Bartram’s Man Eating Monster, by Mark V Barrow Jr, for Humanities
- The gut-wrenching history of black babies and alligators by Domonique Foxworth for Undefeated
- The Snoligoster in Fearsome Creatures of the Lumberwoods (warning – sick offensive language)
Chilton County Peach Bourbon Tea
- 2 cups chopped fresh peaches (from 2 ripe peaches)
- 1 ½ cups granulated sugar
- 8 black tea bags
- 1 cup (8 oz.) bourbon
- Peach slices, for garnish
- Bring chopped peaches, sugar, and 1 cup water to a boil in a saucepan over medium-high heat.
- Reduce heat to low and simmer, stirring often, about 10 minutes.
- Cool slightly; process in a blender 30 seconds.
- Pour through a fine mesh strainer into a 1-gallon container.
- Bring 3 cups water to a boil over high heat in a saucepan. Add tea bags, and boil 1 minute.
- Remove from heat. Cover; steep 10 minutes. Discard tea bags.
- Stir the tea, bourbon, and 6 cups cold water into peach mixture.
- Serve in highball glasses over ice, and garnish with peach slices.