Stetson Kennedy fought the KKK. This painting is based on a real photograph. The Capitol did not find the stunt of dressing in a KKK robe so funny.
There are monkey bars on St. John’s River. It feels good to be a kid again.
St. Augustine only exists on the internet.
The Castillos de San Marcos got white boy photo bombed by Mike Black, according to Robert Cato
Entrance to Beluthahatchee, home of Southern moral crusader Stetson Kennedy. Kennedy died in 2011 and now his former swamp home is becoming a Florida historical landmark.
Stetson Kennedy’s wooden home. Above the door reads: LAKE DWELLERS
Bottle tree, a surviving member of the Kennedy home.
Woody Guthrie never actually visited this house, but he stayed on the Beluthahatchee property many times. In the 50s he helped Stetson put out a fire started by the KKK.
Proof we were there.
The lake Stetson created with his father by damming Mill Creek.
A copy of Stetson Kennedy’s book “I Rode with the Ku Klux Klan”. Actually, it’s a prop. Kennedy’s stepdaughter put the ancient sleeve on another book.
The Woody Room
An abandoned refrigerator in front of Stetson Kennedy’s historic home.
A much-needed 14 hour energy booster shot. **Product not approved by the FDA or any doctor, ever.**