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Doors that open and close mysteriously. Lights that glow where there is no electric power. The sound of footsteps on a staircase when no one is there. All of these things can be experienced in Selma, Alabama. Is this city haunted? “The Ghosts of Selma,” a 1998 documentary on Alabama Public Television, explored this topic. The program was produced by Max Shores as a part of the Alabama Experience series.
The story of Huntsville’s rise to prominence and the efforts that won statehood for Alabama were told in a documentary on Alabama Public Television in 1996. “From Territory to State” was produced by Max Shores as part of The Alabama Experience series.
Alabama’s longest running family of potters were featured in the Alabama Public Television documentary “Miller’s Pottery: Turning For Generations” in 1997. The documentary was produced by Max Shores of the University of Alabama Center for Public Television and Radio.
Photography is more than a hobby for Larry O. Gay. It’s a passion; the way he celebrates life. He works in a Birmingham, Alabama steel mill but in his spare time he hits the streets in search of interesting images.
Richard Johnston’s ferocious one-man-band performances captivate, amaze, and astound audiences. He plays around the world, but his home stage is the sidewalk along Beale Street.
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