We’ve returned to France for scary story inspiration! Morgan tells us the story of real-life-Sweeney-Todd-but-French-Inn-owners. It’s gross, it’s atmospheric, and as always, it’s just two funny best friends who often forget this podcast has an audience. Enjoy!
Cape Cod has a long history of sea-faring men, and many of its original homes were built to house sea captains. The men are long dead, but their homes are still occupied, and ghosts of the past make themselves known to these current occupants. Katy reads from Ghosts, Myths and Legends as told to the Historical Society of Old Yarmouth, a collection of ghost stories from the new residents of these saltbox homes.
How *do* you solve a problem like Maria? Well, if she’s a demon nun, this podcast may help. Join Morgan and Katy as Morgan tells the tale of the Kloster Unterzell, a haunted nunnery in Bavaria. If you liked The Nun, you’ll like this.
First off, we announce our giveaway winner!! Congrats!! And then we get to the spooky business of telling the story of a family whose paranormal pests are becoming too much to handle. For a much needed dose of compassion and levity in the paranormal tv world, Katy turns to the Rescue Mediums to sort it out.
Katy tells the disturbing tale of the Phelps Mansion on Elm St. in Stratford, CT. Not your typical haunting, this is one of those stories where the claims are so incredible it’s hard to believe people in the 1850s had to deal with it. However, it was corroborated by many journalists and visitors, so listen to the Phelps’s tale and decide for yourself.
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2020 is upon us! But the future is spooky so Morgan took us to the past. Well, kind of. Morgan is the story teller this week and she’s chosen Amish Haunting to bring us into the new decade, which is appropriate because Morgan and Katy are very much old village women from 1743 so we feel comfortable with modern people who slaughter their own pigs. Listen, laugh, and be uncomfortable but never forget, there ain’t no happy endings in Amish country.