Episode 48 Lillian Knox The Lady Bountiful

Lillian Knox In 1922, Lillian Knox ran one of the largest lumber companies in the state of Texas. She was known for her business savvy, her take charge attitude and her acts of kindness to the timber families who worked hard to make the company a success. The Lady Bountiful loved the attention and praise … Continue reading Episode 48 Lillian Knox The Lady Bountiful

Episode 39: Bessie Coleman

Bessie Coleman Before Amelia Earhart broke barriers in the world of aviation, there was a Black Cherokee woman from Texas who used her love of aviation to break down racial barriers. But she was forced to leave the country she loved to make her dreams reality because in 1920 no one in America was willing … Continue reading Episode 39: Bessie Coleman

Like Our Accents? You’ll Love Our Podcasts | Southern Podcasts and Podcasters

If you're new here, my name is Shannon Ballard and I'm the host of Southern Mysteries Podcast. Apart from the kind comments people have shared about the historical mysteries and folklore they've heard on Southern Mysteries, I also hear time and time again: "I just love a southern accent!" I love the accents too! That's … Continue reading Like Our Accents? You’ll Love Our Podcasts | Southern Podcasts and Podcasters

Episode 19: Frenchy McCormick and Tascosa, Texas

Frenchy McCormick lived by herself in the Texas ghost town of Tascosa for almost 30 years. She refused to leave because of a promise she made to someone. Frenchy is a folklore legend in Texas but much of her life story is a mystery. MUCH, but not all. https://radiopublic.com/southern-mysteries-podcast-GAOPDB/ep/s1!7334d SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google … Continue reading Episode 19: Frenchy McCormick and Tascosa, Texas