Morgan takes us to Florida where we meet a couple who have been terrorized by growling and flute music for years. At their wits end, they’ve called on a paranormal group to figure out the origin of the strange haunting. Will the activity end up being a non-threatening family member? Or something %100 darker and creepier? Find out!

Katy has returned from her New England road trip with a tale from ye olde England! Using Haunted Homes as her guide, she tells of the plight of the Perkiss family who have been experiencing phenomena for two decades. Sometimes comforting and nice, other times downright demonic, what will the show’s medium, Mia Dolan, have to say? Find out!

Katy and Morgan are travelling so we’re reposting a wonderful episode from November about a legend in Maine, where Katy went! So tune in for this hilarious and spooky time.

It’s time Morgan and Katy addressed a truly fascinating and long dismissed element of paranormal activity: the weather. Namely, fog. Lifted from an episode of American Supernatural featured on the Weather Channel, Katy takes us through the legend of Catherine’s Hill, the story of a forlorn and possibly nefarious lady who haunts a coastal Maine road. And as a special treat, she reads a truly terrifying listener story. Not terrifying because of the spirit itself, but because of what might have happened if the spirit hadn’t intervened. So buckle yourself in for a ride through Black Woods road where you might encounter Catherine, or worse–FOG!

Taken from The Dead Files, Katy tells of a family driven out of their ancestral home by something dark and dangerous. But when a detective and a medium investigate, that something comes into focus as being even more dark, dangerous, and powerful than anyone imagined. It leaves you wondering, after the history is revealed, if the home should even continue to stand at all.

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Morgan is buzzed and Katy is tired and that means that this episode is especially ridiculous and fun so it’s perfect that Morgan should choose to revisit a ridiculous and fun show, Portal to the Unknown. She talks mostly of the Dagg family, a charming little clan, who in the 1890s had some very strange, and frankly smelly, paranormal trouble.