Have you seen our Weird Florida crew on the road? If they gave you one of these stickers we want to see you pictures! And if you don’t have one, send us an email to mia(at)wlrn(dot)org, and we will get one to you in a hurry!
Because us weird people need to give fair warning to those around us. It’s only common courtesy.
All of the Coral stone structures on Boca Chita Key were built by Mark Honeywell, the wealthy industrialist who founded the Honeywell Corporation.
Carl Fisher, a wealthy entrepreneur, was often invited to social gatherings hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Honeywell on the island. Fisher would bring along his famous pet elephant, Rosy, also attended the party on one occasion. Rosy gained national fame for serving as President Herbert Hoover’s golf caddy when he came to Miami.
Just when our bodies are aching, our patience is low and the weather is hot and steamy, we have our best day yet. If you’ve never been to Sarasota’s Circus Museum on the Ringling Estate, I have to say GO! It was AWESOME!! Its an interactive museum and houses the biggest littlest circus built by Howard Tibbals. This model is a replica of Ringling Bros.
I’ve got to say with the weather the way it was, I was very skeptical about filming anything today. We caught up with Weird Florida’s favorite Cryptozoologist, Scott Marlowe in Frostproof to talk about a monsterous serpent that killed a man in Lake Clinch back in the 1920′s. Then we were supposed to head to the Green Swamp just outside of Lakeland to talk about an ax murder, but the gate was locked. So then things got real interesting when we met with a wonderful Vietnamese man who has built this shrine to his parents and his homeland. We just happened to stop by when we could see this