Deer Hunting Prank

Deer Hunting Prank

See what happens when I create images on my game cam. My hunting friends and family get quite a surprise. Citation: "Da Turdy Point Buck" audio clips by Bananas At Large.

Crescent Coal Co. Central City, KY in 1940

Crescent Coal Co. Central City, KY in 1940

Join the Muhlenberg County Kentucky History Group on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/muhlenberg/ This is a video short made in 1940 in Muhlenberg County at the Crescent Coal Company in Central City, Kentucky. This underground coal mine was located South of Hwy 62 and just West of Hwy 431 and West of Pattontown near where the new college is located.

Stawberry Festival in Greenville, KY, around 1940

Stawberry Festival in Greenville, KY, around 1940

Join the Muhlenberg County Kentucky History Group on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/muhlenberg/ This film short from Greenville, Kentucky, Strawberry Festival in Muhlenberg County includes a parade filmed on East Main Cross Street and a carousel on Main Street. Check out the crowd as it gathers in front of the county court house. Notice the cakewalk near the end of the film...

Finding Paradise

Finding Paradise

Paradise, Kentucky Aerial Views from 1951 through 2015. See what really happened to Paradise along with timeline data. Music by Dwight Yoakam, Paradise Reprise. Images by Historic Aerials.com and TVA.

Trains working in Central City, KY in 1940

Trains working in Central City, KY in 1940

Join the Muhlenberg County Kentucky History Group on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/muhlenberg/ This video short was filmed at the turntable and rail yard used by the ICRR in Central City, Kentucky, on the East side of North Second Street in 1940.

Caney Creek Mine, Muhlenberg County, Ky

Caney Creek Mine, Muhlenberg County, Ky

Tour Caney Creek Coal Mine and see the men that worked there. The old coal mine was situated off of Caney Creek Ln, southwest of Drakesboro. The video was converted from a VHS tape in the collection of Joanna Fox and is shared here by the Muhlenberg County Kentucky History Group on facebook.

2014-11-11 Airdrie Steps

2014-11-11 Airdrie Steps

Historic Airdrie Steps. This is a clip made with my GoPro Cam as the preservation group and KET visited the site November 2014. I wanted to share this as we prepare for the airing of Airdrie as part of KET's Kentucky Life series. Keep in mind that the owners are private and it is not accessible to the public yet. Efforts are being made to make this historic and beautiful area public. Enjoy the clip as I climb the steps at Airdrie!

The Greenville Story

The Greenville Story

The Greenville Story - This is only a sample clip taken from the master DVD. The performance of 1949, the sesquicentennial celebration, was held on the lawn of Muhlenberg County Courthouse. The program was written by Virginia Belcher, produced by the Greenville PTA, and directed by Bob Ed Vick. J. E. Wood narrated the program. This digitized audio was created from ten recently discovered 78 rpm records that contained 20 tracks of historic audio. The audio is being used as the basis for a DVD entitled, The Greenville Story. It will be filled with video and images from Greenville's past. Enjoy this long lost piece of history, The Greenville Story. The DVD will be available by December 2015.

Paradise Lost Eyewitness News Aug 3, 2015

Paradise Lost   Eyewitness News   Aug 3, 2015

Paradise Lost - Special Edition from WEHT, ABC, Eyewitness News, Evansville, Indiana

Early Historians of Muhlenberg County Kentucky

Early Historians of Muhlenberg County Kentucky

Barry Duvall discusses some early historians of Muhlenberg County Kentucky including James Weir III, Richard T. Martin, Otto A. Rothert, and Gayle Carver. He shares his vision for preservation of history as well as the use of social media in an effort to promote and educate. Presentation to KPR, Madisonville, Ky 2015-03-26.

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