The Kettle House

The Kettle House

GALVESTON- For over half of a century rumors, myths, and urban legends have swirled about the mysterious Kettle House on Galveston Island, and still no one seems to have the facts. MYETX visited the Kettle House a few weeks ago when we were on the Island. Although … Read More

Trains, Ghosts and Bigfoot Sightings

Trains, Ghosts and Bigfoot Sightings

JEFFERSON- Take a step back in time as the Historic Jefferson Railway takes you on an excursion that circles the Piney Woods along the scenic Big Cypress Bayou.  This train is pet-friendly for well-behaved, friendly pets.

The Historic Jefferson Railway is open each Saturday with … Read More

Lick Skillet

Lick Skillet

BETHANY- “Lick Skillet” is not just something you did when the grub was good, although, it was most certainly something you did when the grub was good if you didn’t have a biscuit to sop it up. It is a name deeply rooted in East Texas culture. For … Read More

The Poisonous Poinsettia Myth

The Poisonous Poinsettia Myth

The poinsettia is a culturally and commercially important plant known for its red and green foliage and is widely used in Christmas floral displays. For nearly 100 years, the myth of the poisonous poinsettia has warned people not to taste the crimson red petals.… Read More

Nacogdoches Scientist Claims Bigfoot DNA Analysis Reveals Human Hybrid

Nacogdoches Scientist Claims Bigfoot DNA Analysis Reveals Human Hybrid

East Texas- Dr. Melba S. Ketchum of Nacogdoches, TX says she and her team of scientists have sequenced the genome of legendary Bigfoot. Ketchum’s five-year-long DNA study claims to confirm bigfoot is a human relative that arose about 15,000 years ago … Read More