Spook Hill: Is it true that cars on this Florida street roll uphill?

Pictured: Spook Hill in Florida – Courtesy: JennLShoots – Shutterstock The Sunshine State is home to several creepy sights, such as graves where the devil is known to steal beer, a section of Interstate 4 that is said to be haunted, and even the most haunted restaurant in the nation. However, you can verify the

The ‘Psychic Capital of the World’ is located in Florida’s ‘spookiest’ town

Cassadaga, FL is one of America’s spookiest cities – Pictured: Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp Sign — Courtesy: Shutterstock — JennLShoots Even though Halloween is only around the corner, there are some cities in the U.S. that have eerie and unsettling feelings all year long. A Florida city has earned its place on a new list of

Florida road team discovers unusual 1800s item in roadway

Relic from the 1800s discovered underneath Florida highway (Not pictured) – View of Florida Highway — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Viktoriya A Earlier this month, during normal construction, road crews discovered an entire, centuries-old shipwreck embedded in a Florida highway. Crews discovered a left leather boot inside the 20-foot-long relic, which they think to have been

Aspiring filmmakers can now submit their work to the first Key Biscayne Film Festival

Key Biscayne Film Festival (Not pictured) – Crowd watching film at outdoor film festival – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Dizfoto Are you a budding filmmaker in South Florida or on Key Biscayne? You can enter your imaginative short film for a chance to win the $1,000 grand prize in addition to being a part

This Florida slang expression baffled both some Floridians and Americans from other states

Slang in dictionary – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Erce One of the oddest things to come out of Florida may be its lingo, despite the state’s reputation for having some of the craziest stories and happenings. While several states in the country have their own unique variations of odd words, in South Dakota, a

The Sunshine State’s A1A may be renamed after Jimmy Buffett

Jimmy Buffett smiling on stage – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Adam McCullough A Florida senator has introduced a bill that would rename a famous state road in honor of Sunshine State icon, Jimmy Buffet. SR-A1A along Florida’s east coast, from the Georgia state border to Key West, would be renamed the “Jimmy Buffett Memorial

Florida purchases panther habitat where native leader lived during the Seminole Wars

Davie, FL, USA – Photo of Major William Lauderdale and The Seminole Wars memorial statue – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Felix Mizioznikov In an effort to aid wildlife in moving north and away from the center of the Everglades, the state recently purchased a sizable portion of land close to Devil’s Garden in Hendry

New Black history standards adopted by the Florida Board of Education are criticized as “a big step backward”

Classroom – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by smolaw A new set of guidelines for how Black history should be taught in the state’s public schools, which the Florida Board of Education adopted, drew criticism from advocates for education and civil rights who believed that pupils should be able to understand the “full truth” of American

Submerged Florida island reveals Civil War-era cemetery

Civil War Union Soldiers in Trenches on June 9, 1864 – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Everett Collection In the summer of 2016, Joshua Marano was flying over the Gulf of Mexico when he observed an unusual pattern in the water. Mr. Marano, a National Park Service maritime archaeologist, reviewed some antique nautical charts in