Dr. Andrea Kitta presents an amazing article on the realism and impact of the urban legend as well as explains some of our belief in him.… Read More CAN BELIEF IN SLENDER MAN MAKE HIM REAL?
No one really can tell where haunted legends come from. You might see a reference to it on the Internet or have someone pass it down to you, campfire in front of them or flashlight under their chin or a mention in the local paper sometime around Halloween when there is a market for that… Read More Travel Log: Two Ghosts and a Skunk Ape at Myakka River State Park in Sarasota
Towers are meant to be monuments, and monuments are designed to draw the attention of all who see them. They mark great people or are meant to commemorate a moment in time people feel is worthy to be relived and remembered. Standing like centennials, they are lightning rods for ceremonies, meetings, and even dates. They… Read More Travel Log: Hulley Tower at Stetson University
The only motivation more powerful than love is desperation. Put in the wrong situation, a good man will do things he would never have contemplated. Love may lift your heart, but desperation lowers it. Too often the two play with each other and those soaring highs of passion can make one sink even deeper when… Read More Travel Log: Witches and Murderers at Arbuckle Creek in Lorida
It would be easy to say there was a curse. Too many things had gone wrong, too many things continue to go wrong, but at some point you need to take a step back and realize when you try to carve a new world out of a swamp or maintain a European lifestyle in a… Read More Travel Log: The Fairchild Oak, Ormond Beach’s Suicide Tree
It started as a filler legend, one thrown into an episode to create that symmetry that makes things nice and neat. We had two strong legends taking place far away but close enough to be done on a possible road trip to different parts of the state. Two legends well developed and covered by books… Read More Travel Log: The Swamp Witch of Hog Island
We call it the legend trip that nearly ended the show, but what actually happened at Fort Desoto that didn’t make it to the episode. More importantly, what happened in the days and weeks that followed that changed the course of Tripping on Legends. Christopher Balzano and Natalie Crist talk Ft. Desoto, touching the dead… Read More Tripping on Legends Live: Fort DeSoto One Year Later