Atop a hill overlooking Los Angeles in Highland Park, CA, there is a historic Victorian home that goes by the name El Mio, aka The Smith Estate. A stunning example of the Queen Anne style, this home looks…spooky. Like it has SEEN things. And it truly has. Its first owner was a prolific judge who studied and wrote about Occultism, and even continued writing through a psychic medium after his death. It has also been the star of multiple horror films, so naturally, it is associated with some legend, lore, and even perhaps, ghosts?
Join us as we interview spirit medium and host of I Talk To Ghosts Podcast, Jennifer Page, to explore the realm of spirit mediumship and communication in the modern world, with a potential sidebar about metaphysical dicks. Stick around to hear Jennifer Page give a spirit reading to Gabi during the second portion of the episode!
The movie “The Conjuring” brought to light an allegedly true story about a family burdened by a haunted home, and spotlit famed paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. But what actually happened at the Harrisville Farm House that the film was based on?
Travel with us to Europe’s 12th century, to two allegedly haunted castles with origin stories to write home about. Burg Eltz – a German castle haunted by the brave woman who died at the hands of her fiancé, defending her home after a very unwanted kiss. Predjama Castle – a Slovenian castle built into a cave, haunted by the owner who was killed by a cannon while on the toilet.
Superstition at sea is strong, and the bizarre mystery of what happened to the Mary Celeste and her crew was ripe with theories. In 1872, the Mary Celeste was found fully stocked with everything except her crew, in the middle of the ocean, with little evidence pointing to what happened.
You can check in, but you’ll never check out. Since 2001, it has been California State University Channel Islands, but before it housed students, it housed patients of the Camarillo State Mental Hospital as the longest running mental hospital in the state of California.