Returning from our hiatus with two tales of terror. One, predictably, from a haunted English mansion and another from America’s sweetheart, Salem, Massachusetts. During this episode Katy’s window is almost blown out by a raging storm, so the stakes are high and the storytelling is beautifully distracted by MAYHEM! Bedlam! And the death of a jar of kombucha culture!!
Finally back with a full length episode! We terrify with the infamous Zozo demon, of Ghost Adventures fame, as well as a haunting in Ontario.
Back again with a mini episode on the Galveston flood of 1900, and a hefty chunk of discussion on bears, what you’ve all been waiting for. Information for this episode can be credited to galvestonghost.com where you can find the ghost image discussed http://www.galvestonghost.com/hauntedgalvez.html
It’s a mini episode! Due to audio issues only one story will be distractedly discussed and mused upon, but it’s a fun/tragic one! We take to the high seas and the doomed voyage of the S.S. Valencia! To skip straight to the story, go to minute 11:00.
We’re back!! This week Katy takes us to a small English town and a quaint little terrifying ghost and Morgan swings us back to the US of A with the famous Bobby Mackey Music Hall “Gateway to Hell”
In this episode Morgan and Katy tackle the infamous murder/suicide Cecil Hotel in L.A. and a haunted residential home in St. James, New York riddled with evidence of black magic and satanic shenanigans
From Korea to a cave, Morgan tells of a haunted Korean highway and Katy takes on the Mammoth cave system.