Louie was rescued from a basement in Canada, rehabilitated at Little Ray's in Ottawa and welcomed home at Alligator Adventure in North Myrtle Beach. Fifteen alligators crossed the border for the new home marking the first time it has happened.
Janet Blackmon MorganThe Sun News
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15 alligators rescued and rehabilitated at Little Ray's in Ottawa are home at Alligator Adventure in North Myrtle Beach. This is the first time alligators have crossed the boarder and two more shipments are planned.
Radical Ropes opened July 21 in Myrtle Beach. Eight ziplines surround the park for an hour and a half guided tour. The 72 element "aerial adventure park" increases in difficulty as it rises into the trees. The 65-foot climbing wall will feature a "leap of faith" platform, coming next month, that will allow climbers a few moments of free fall before being slowly lowered to the ground.
Mocha the Mountain Lion lived in Socastee for 20 years after her owner, Chuck Bunnell, took ownership of her when she was young. Mocha lived to be about 19 years old before her recent death from old age. Bunnell plans to have her cremated.
Gary Wayne Bennett, convicted of murder in 2002, has been fighting his conviction, and legal parties on the case gathered Friday to discuss issues related to the case. The court ruled DNA testing will be done.