June 24, 2022

Freaky Florida: Myths, Monster, Massacres and Legends

Freaky Florida: Myths, Monster, Massacres and Legends

Author Mark Muncy sits down to discuss all the strange and wonderful weirdness throughout the state of Florida. Get his book Freaky Florida: The Wonderhouse, The Devil's Tree, The Shaman of Philippe Park, and More (American Legends) 

 

 

Discover the weird sites and peculiar stories that lurk in the shadows of the Sunshine State in this guide for fans of all things freaky.

 

Millions of people flock to Florida for its beaches and tourist attractions. Most never learn about the strange locations just off the beaten path. In Freaky Florida, Mark Muncy and Kari Schultz share tales of Florida's myths, monsters, massacres and legends—and the hidden history behind them.

 

In the beautiful Florida Caverns, a second Rip Van Winkle was woken from one hundred years of sleep. The Green Swamp is home to murders, monsters and mysteries galore. A shining castle made of recycled material, built by an artist like no other, gleams within a Florida swamp. A spectral horse heralds tragedy and caused a notorious scandal in a central Florida city. Discover these and other stranger-than-fiction tales in Freaky Florida.

 

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Mark Muncy

Author

MARK MUNCY is an author of horror and science-fiction. He has spent more than three decades collecting ghostly tales and reports of legendary beasts. He has previously written three books for The History Press including "Creepy Florida," "Eerie Florida," and "Freaky Florida."
He is a frequent guest on Coast-to-Coast AM and Into the Fray Radio. He is a commentator and collaborator on numerous programs including Expedition X, Sasquatch Chronicles, Road Trips with Ripley’s and many more TV and radio shows. He can also be found with his online show “Eerie Travels.”
He lives in St. Petersburg, Florida, on the remains of an ancient shell midden with his wife, Kari Schultz. Occasionally, he is visited by his daughters when they remember he is still there.
You can find out more at www.EERIEFLORIDA.com.