Cleveland County Special & Commercial Spots

"Cleveland County -The Epic History" is a segment of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas TV Show, which first aired in syndication on January 24, 2015. Carl first provides an enthralling history lesson about the namesake of the county, Col. Benjamin Cleveland, a militia leader of the Battle of King's Mountain in 1780.

"Cleveland County -The Epic History" is a segment of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas TV Show, which first aired in syndication on January 24, 2015. 

" Cleveland County - Building for the Future" is a segment of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, which first aired in syndication on January 24, 2015. Continuing with his Cleveland County tour, Carl discusses how two community organizations are helping prepare current and potential citizens of Cleveland County for the future.

" Cleveland County - Building for the Future" is a segment of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, which first aired in syndication on January 24, 2015. 

"Cleveland County - A Productive Present" is a segment of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, which first aired in syndication January 24, 2015. In this episode of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, Carl takes us with him on tours of two more Cleveland County industries as well as two outdoor treasures.

"Cleveland County - A Productive Present" is a segment of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, which first aired in syndication January 24, 2015. 

 

The American Legion World Series

"The American Legion World Series" is a special episode of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, which first aired in syndication May 16, 2015. In this episode, Carl takes us to Shelby,NC where he highlights the history, volunteers and the excitement of the American Legion World Series.

"The American Legion World Series" is a special episode of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, which first aired in syndication May 16, 2015. 
In this episode, Carl takes us to Shelby,NC where he highlights the history, volunteers and the excitement of the American Legion World Series. Every year more than 100,000 fans gather at the Keeter Stadium in Shelby. Only one team from each of the eight regions across the country is eligible to compete for the national championship. 


The Brown Mountain Lights

"The Mystery of the Brown Mountain Lights " is an episode of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, which first aired in syndication March 21, 2015. In this episode we travel with Carl to Burke County NC to explore the famous Mystery of the Brown Mountain Lights.

"The Mystery of the Brown Mountain Lights " is an episode of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, which first aired in syndication March 21, 2015. 
In this episode we travel with Carl to Burke County NC to explore the famous Mystery of the Brown Mountain Lights. These lights have been the subject of songs, folk tales, speculation, and investigation for over one hundred years.  At the 20 mile marker off Highway 181 near Morganton is an overlook that provides an extraordinary view. Strange lights have been reported from this site and others nearby since at least the end of the 19th century.


The Collectors (Extended Edition)

"The Collectors" is an episode of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, which first aired in syndication on Feb 14, 2015
In this episode Carl takes us on a fascinating day trip in a 1946 Chevy, traveling from Wilkes County to Salisbury, with a stop in Pilot Mountain. He is joined by his friend Ken Welborn, publisher of The Record in Wilkesboro and a passionate connoisseur of collectables. Their mission? To find and deliver a unique gift for Carl's friend, bluegrass musician and collector extraordinaire Tom Isenhour.


Bees and Beekeepers - A Sweet Life - Received 2013 Midsouth Emmy® Nomination

" Bees and Beekeepers - A Sweet Life" is a segment of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, first aired in syndication July 28, 2013. To help explore the vital role bees play in our existence, Carl takes us on a journey to Concord, where the Cambarus Beekeepers were enjoying their annual field day.

" Bees and Beekeepers - A Sweet Life" is a segment of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, first aired in syndication July 28, 2013. 
To help explore the vital role bees play in our existence, Carl takes us on a journey to Concord, where the Cambarus Beekeepers were enjoying their annual field day.


Ghosts of Wilkesboro - Candlelight Ghost Tour - Received 2013 Midsouth Emmy® Nomination

" Ghosts of Wilkesboro - Candlelight Ghost Tour" is a segment of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, which first aired January 12, 2013 and has received an Emmy Nomination. 
Carl invites us to walk with him as he visits several haunted sites and interviews various people about the ghosts who still walk among us in Wilkesboro. 


The Ghosts of Gold Hill

Long before gold was discovered in other parts of the country, the small community of Gold Hill in Rowan County was producing gold. The gold mines have long dried up, but other treasures remain. Journey with Carl to this quaint community to discover a fun paranormal adventure.