Mar 20, 2023
Ever been to Urkhammer or Ashely? Have you picked up your hat and cup and keychain from Doveland?
Travel across the country and you'll find rumors of towns that don't exist and places people remember but can't quite communicate about. It could be collective amnesia, the Mandela Effect, or maybe just a case of the Internet having a little fun at our expense. We continue to scratch our heads at Roanoke, but what about Tinsdale.
Join Trippers Christopher Balzano and Deanna Mulhern as they skip from town to town looking for the answers before landing smack dab in the middle of the state to set up a legend trip on Lake O.
This is part one of two, so be prepared to not quite make it to Lake Okeechobee yet...
Listen to some of the episodes mentioned:
This Town in Myth: https://traffic.libsyn.com/d243872e-1d21-4562-b35d-55b376605546/triplegend-20191219081139-1540.mp3
The Humpty Dumpty Haunting: https://traffic.libsyn.com/d243872e-1d21-4562-b35d-55b376605546/triplegend-20200714174543-3049.mp3
Live at Arbuckle Creek: https://traffic.libsyn.com/d243872e-1d21-4562-b35d-55b376605546/triplegend-20190409213328-2616.mp3
The Lost Love Potion of Arbuckle Creek where we get more into the background of the story at: https://traffic.libsyn.com/d243872e-1d21-4562-b35d-55b376605546/triplegend-20190217202207-7748.mp3
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