We just wrapped up day 2 of our Weird Florida round 2 tour. Yesterday we visited the Mysterious Ruins in New Smyrna and the Black Forrest Cottage for little people off Spruce Creek in Port Orange. We met lots of nice people and a few fans stopped by to say hi. Today we spent lots of time talking with Denise Stoner of the Mutual UFO Network who has been trying to get to the bottom of what really happened on July 4, 2004
We are gearing up for another Weird Florida road trip. I’ve got rubber chickens, weird fans for our weirdest fans and a good ole’ fashioned map, Charlie doesn’t use a GPS. He wouldn’t know how to work one if he tried. I can’t believe it’s been two years since we’ve been on the road searching for all things strange, which actually seems to follow us. Charlie is like a weird magnet or something. In all this time though, I have learned we have the most loyal following of any show I’ve ever done and I hope our list of admirers keeps growing.
The tremendous success of Weird Florida: Roads Less Traveled, which has aired on PBS stations from Florida to Juneau, Alaska, has attracted an overwhelming response from viewers asking for more strange places.
To fulfill the desires of weird fans everywhere, the bizarre journey to Florida’s zaniest places will continue in an all new, Weird Florida: On the Road Again.