***Trigger Warning*** lots of snake talk on today’s episode and a few slightly gory stories from the ER as Meg, Casey and Mickey recap the story of attempted murder by poisonous snake in Appalachian Alabama. See the article links below to get to know the director and producer of this perfectly creepy, gothic tale. Also, Meg gives a quick “where are they now…” from the last episode. Enjoy!
Get to know Alabama Snake Filmmakers: Director Theo Love and producer Bryan Storkel
Snake Salvation Show by National Geographic
Serpent Experts Try To Demystify Pentecostal Snake Handling
Alabama Snake (2020): Official Trailer | HBO
Pastor Jamie Coots Bio – Wikipedia
Andrew Hamblin, Snake-Handling Pastor pleads guilty to firing gun near wife and kids www.desmoinesregister.com
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