Maggs again, y'all!
So, we were recently interviewed for the awesome podcast Nightstalker with Joel Walling and Michael Smith. I'm not sure when it will actually air, but I'll share the link as soon as I can. That was super cool and we got to speak with them for about an hour. Great guys.
We've been busy, even though you may not have seen many Facebook Live investigations. We have done several investigations that wanted to remain anonymous, so we weren't able to post them. We also slow down a little around the holidays, since you know, family and stuff. :)
One place that we really enjoyed and have returned to before, and plan to go again, is the Chamber of Commerce in Wetumpka, AL. We had a great investigation, with what we called a "Grand Finale". All of the equipment was going off at the same time for about a full hour! It was awesome! However; Wetumpka was hit by a rare winter tornado on January 19, 2019. If you are able, please donate to help them rebuild. An entire Senior Center was devastated. Here's the link:
https://www.facebook.com/crisisresponse/wetumpka-alabama-tornado-jan19-2019/about/?source=search. Please, if you can, donate to help this wonderful town!
We'll be back at Buchanan Log House in the upcoming months, and it will hopefully be a public event. We also are really excited to announce that we will be investigating Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary at the end of May. We're excited for several reasons...but Helen & I's father, Steve Terrell, helped set up the pharmacy there way back in the day. We both have old pharmacy coats that Dad would wear, and we hope these can be trigger objects when we visit. If you've never heard of Brushy, it's located in Morgan County, TN (just outside of Oak Ridge, where we're from). James Earl Ray was probably their most infamous inmate.
I believe that's about it for now. Happy hunting!