Here are a couple of clips from a recent mission to Alligator Adventure to drop some knowledge logs on y’all. http://www.wmbfnews.com/clip/14501896/gsmc-residents-learn-about-snake-bites-at-alligator-adventure http://www.wmbfnews.com/clip/14501882/gsmc-residents-learn-about-snake-bites-at-alligator-adventure#
The Poison Boy Podcast: PBP059: The City at Sunrise and Dusk
Poison Boy returns to dispel some of the half-truths being thrown around by assorted academics…read more →
The Poison Boy Podcast: PBP058 – Ca Plane Pour Moi!
Poison Boy returns from abroad to share some knowledge on the City of Light -…read more →
The Poison Boy Podcast: PBP057: A Blanket of Shadows, A Bed of Bullets
Poison Boy burning the midnight oil and digging deep to uncover the secrets of nuclear…read more →
The Poison Boy Podcast: PBP056 – In the Undertow of a Memory
Poison Boy returns unscathed from his adventures in the reptile world and he sits down…read more →
Safety Rangers in Paradise – A Day at Alligator Adventures: Part 1
Alligator Adventures is probably the coolest place on earth. If only they sold beer. …read more →
The Poison Boy Podcast: PBP055: Seance in the Sand with the Carolina Ghost Crabs
Poison Boy reporting from Alligator Adventures and South of the Border with alligators, snakes, crocs,…read more →
Mad Cow Disease – Everything Old Is New Again
Here is something you don't hear much about these days, unless I guess if you…read more →
Where is Lieutenant Columbo When You Need Him?
I love these kinds of stories. Real Columbo-level homicide crime drama. Poor Brian Underwood, murdered…read more →
Welcome to the unusual, terrifying and occasionally hilarious world of poisonings and toxicology.
Alligator Adventures is probably the coolest place on earth. If only they sold beer.
The fields of medicine and the biological sciences are full of some really bright people. Then there are guys like Robert Ferrante. Convicted of killing his wife by poisoning her…read more →
So this probably exceedingly polite and mild-mannered Japanese lady admitted to poisoning and killing her husband because she “was treated poorly compared with another women he used to date.” But…read more →
There is something bizarrely fascinating about watching someone poisoning themselves. Like a slow-motion train wreck. Or a dumpster fire. You just know that there will be a bad outcome but you…read more →