Patrice, Marleah and Courtney drink Wills Creek Watermelon Sangria and talk Queer Power and how naps need to be incorporated into everyone's workflow.
Patrice and Marleah drink Bartender Courtney’s Basil Peach Brandy Fizz and talk ruckus juice, happy sally, phone-throwing poltergeists, and exoneration.
Patrice, Marleah, and Bartender Courtney drink Ginger Mint Limeade and talk sociopaths, Ron Swanson, privilege, and how we all need to get off our asses and do something. #blacklivesmatter
Patrice and Marleah drink whatever liquor they can find and talk hematology, seventh grade genetics, and high-jumping swamp things.
Patrice and Marleah drink vieux carre cocktails and talk sausage, butchery, and the link between goat testicles and country music. Laissez les bon temps rouler!
We're back! Patrice and Marleah drink Winter Palomas and talk "good" Samaritans, witch murders, Anatomical Venus, God Meat, and a boxful of penises.
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 "mock" Alabama Fizzes and talk little glowing men, all the things you can shoot in Kentucky, nursery rhyme terror, and why you never touch a witch’s pig.
Our first LIVE show recorded at the haunted Peerless Saloon in Anniston, the oldest bar in Alabama! Patrice tells a story of horrible people, bad decisions, travel, poison, death, life after death, karma, and freak shows. Marleah gives us the recipe for resurrection: beeswax, beef broth, and sweet lovin.
It's all about you, Kentucky! Marleah and Patrice drink Mint Juleps and tell stories from the state south of Ioha. Slaughterhouse hell portals, undead dancing girls, 1800s nasty women, and the only witch burning in America.
Patrice and Marleah find new heroes from 1800s Kentucky and return to their clutch drink, the Purple Haze. Patrice expounds on Alexa, Marleah divulges too much about her goody goody history, Satanic Panic in the South, the biggest hoax in history, and the badass history of Cassius Clay. PS. We are sorry for the last... Continue Reading →