Links to Videos:

Mississippi Videos:
American Queen Paddlewheeler: Formatted for Mobile Devices - Complete and Updated
B.B. King's Birthplace: Itta Bena - A little known spot where one of the best guitar players was born. The actual shack on the plantation is long gone. But, this is the spot. - Short & Unedited

Elvis' birthplace : Elvis was born in this house in Tupelo, Mississippi. Take a very quick look at the grounds. - Short & Unedited

Fireflies: They are hard to see, but I love them. They remind me of my childhood. This was at the Grand Gulf Military Park in Mississippi - Short & Unedited

Grand Village of the Natchez: The site of a large American Indian nation until the mid-1700s. - Complete and Updated

The Kentucky Bend: on the Mississippi River - Complete and Updated
Mississippi Petrified Forest: Did you know there was a petrified forest here? Check out the pictures. - Complete and Updated

Mississippi Siren: A loud siren broke the serenity of the forest along the Mississippi River in the Grand Gulf Military Park. No, it was not the Homeric kind. This is one of my first videos with my new cellphone. - Short & Unedited

Mississippi State Capitol: Plus, the Supreme Court, the Old Capitol and the Governor's Mansion - Complete and Updated

Nanih Waiya: Bayou Rapids - Short & Unedited
Nanih Waiya Creek Sounds: The Nanih Waiya creek babbles along. - Short & Unedited
Nanih Waiya Mother Mound/Cave: According to Choctaw traditionalists, this is where the Choctaw (and Cherokee, Muscogee Creeks, and others) emerged from the ground into this world. It is in southern Winston County, Mississippi - Short & Unedited
Nanih Waiya Cave: Formatted for Mobile Devices. - Complete and Updated

Nanih Waiya Nature Sounds: Animal sounds along Nanih Waiya creek in Mississippi - Short & Unedited

Origins of Coke and Pepsi: Coke was first bottled in Vicksburg, Mississippi. - Complete and Updated

Owl Creek Mounds: These are the Owl Creek Mounds along the Natchez Trace south of Tupelo, Mississippi. - Short & Unedited

Philadelphia, Mississippi: What to see in and around this small town. - Complete and Updated

The Robert Johnson Story: Did Robert Johnson sell his soul to the Devil? - Complete and Updated
Robert Johnson Crossroads #1: Robert Johnson was said to have sold his soul to the Devil in order to become the Blues Man he became. This is one of the two "possible" places it happened. Highways 61 & 49 in Clarksdale - Short & Unedited
Robert Johnson Crossroads #2: This is the other crossroads mentioned as to where he sold his soul. This is in Rosedale, Mississippi. - Short & Unedited

Vicksburg National Military Park: A look at one of the most significant battles of the American Civil War. - Complete and Updated

Windsor Ruins: The Updated Video. A plantation which survived the Civil War, but did not survive a careless smoker in 1890. This is just south of Port Gibson, Mississippi. It includes video and still photos. - Complete and Updated
Windsor Ruins: Formatted for Mobile Devices - Complete and Updated
Windsor Ruins: - Short & Unedited

Winterville Mounds: Winterville Mounds are just north of Greenville, Mississippi. They are one of the larger earthworks sites in the USA. - Short & Unedited


since September 4, 2005