Patrice, Marleah, and Bartender Courtney drink Holiday Leftovers Sangria and talk sh*tty monument design, secret identities, apparitions, and Mary cherries.
Patrice and Marleah drink Bartender Courtney's Sticky Sticky Basil Mojitos and talk vibrating welding guns, underground cities, white people peaches, and blues.
Patrice and Marleah drink Bartender Courtey's Honey Jalapeno Margaritas and talk radical resistance, cult mentality, and supercons.
Patrice and Marleah drink Bartender Courtey's Oregano Infused Palomas and talk quicksand, the wick effect, trippy dragon people, and creepy ass singing carrots.
Patrice and Marleah drink hot toddies (again) and try not to infect you through your listening devices while they talk sex pits, folk art, marsh paths, and murderous little aunties.
Patrice and Marleah destroy some festive Cranberry St. Germain cocktails and talk mysterious car crashes, ghostly underwater hands, lopsided horses, and literacy! Hooray!
Patrice and Marleah drink Bloody Marys and talk the Victorian magic of arsenic, double standards, parking lot condom trails, and gentrification.
Patrice and Marleah drink good old classic mimosas and talk vengeful witch rants, quicksand, grave chains, pot, car chases, and Doosh.
Patrice and Marleah drink Chilton County peach bourbon lemonade and talk flying, flaming, and vanishing pigs, portals, and kitchen-hating poltergeists.
In this "after school special" episode, Patrice & Marleah drink spring break liquor & tell 80s stories of murder and mayhem, poverty and dumbassedness. Get out your pink gargoyles and hair scrunches!
Patrice & Marleah drink too much Georgia Gin and talk about alien sex slaves, how we define the sacred in sci-fi terms, Dorothea Dix, hysteria, & social f-ing injustice y'all.
This week, Patrice & Marleah talk about not thinking through hashtags, how all things are haunted in Savannah and the many different attacks one can die from while there. Then Patrice adds a new destination for the Summer while talking about the kidnapping of one of the greatest Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey's sideshow... Continue Reading →