There is a place in the North Florida swamplands where the river water bubbles up, black as midnight, from the earth. It's not on any map, and no roads lead you there. It is thick with Cypress and heavy with Spanish Moss. Fat bellied rattle snakes slither through the Cypress knees and creatures big and small roam free. The water stains your fingertips dark as coal, and the sticky smell of Sulphur drifts through the air. There is nowhere else like this place on the planet and beyond.
Welcome to Black Springs.