# Florida history
What is This? The Seminole Heights Two-Headed Gator.
If you’ve ever been to a restaurant, gallery, store or brewery in Seminole Heights, you’ve probably seen his face. Sorry, faces. The two-headed gator has been a symbol of Seminole Heights since 2014. But the story of this infamous gator is based on has a much longer history.
Sulphur Springs, Tampa: A Hidden History
Sulphur Springs Pool, crowds observing swimmers : Tampa, Fla.Photo byCourtesy, Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System. When you hear the words Sulphur Springs, Tampa, you may think of a few things. Perhaps the landmark Sulphur Springs Water Tower or the public Sulphur Springs Pool. But few people remember what Sulphur Springs used to be — a popular vacation spot. Luckily, the Sulphur Springs Museum and Heritage Center is here to remind us of this vibrant, local history.
Jim Morrison's love/hate relationship with Florida?
Yes, it's true, Jim Morrison, infamous front man for The Doors, may of in fact had a love/hate relationship with Florida... just like the rest of us, eh?. Cover of Morrison Hotel (public domain)