Episode 39: Billy Ray and Lucky Shoot Goblins // Rawhead, Bloody Bones

LIVE from Jacksonville State University’s Stone Performing Arts Center! 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.

Billy Ray and Lucky Shoot Goblins //

The Kelly–Hopkinsville encounter (a.k.a. Hopkinsville Goblins Case, Kelly Green Men Case) was a claimed close encounter with extraterrestrial beings in 1955 near Kelly and Hopkinsville in Christian County, Kentucky, United States. UFOlogists regard it as one of the most significant and well-documented cases in the history of UFO incidents, while skeptics say the reports were due to “the effects of excitement” and misidentification of natural phenomena such as meteors and owls.

Kelly–Hopkinsville encounter – Wikipedia

Kelly-Hopkinsville Encounter – Exo News

Hopkinsville, Kentucky’s Historic UFO Sighting – Kelly-Hopkinsville Encounter


Rawhead, Bloody Bones //

Parents across the South for generations terrified their children by telling them Rawhead Bloody Bones would get them if they didn’t behave. Originally an English nursery rhyme, the story of Rawhead Bloody Bones has evolved as it moved across the ocean and through different people groups in the Southern states, but it remains creepy as hell.

Ogres vs Trolls: Rawhead & Bloody Bones

Esoterx: Tommy Rawhead and Bloody Bones: The Monster So Nice They Named Him Twice

The Weekly Holler: High Walker and Bloody Bones

Scary for Kids: Bloody Bones

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Alabama Fizz

Made Strange by Bartender Courtney
  • 2 oz gin
  • Club soda
  • 1oz lemon juice
  • 1 tsp powdered sugar
  1. Shake gin, lemon juice and sugar with ice
  2. Pour into an ice filled sparkly show cup.
  3. Fill with club soda and garnish with mint if you have mint but we didn’t have mint.




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