Category Archives: ghosts

The Ghosts of Lake Lanier

Lake Lanier draws huge numbers every year to its shores. People come to swim and have a good time. But beneath the surface a dark history lurks. Lake Lanier was created on top of towns and the history of the area is tragic and bloody. Is the lake haunted? Cursed? Let’s look beneath the surface of Lake Lanier. 

Edited by Maxwell Holechek

Bizarre Tales from Appalachia

Appalachia holds its mysterious cards close, and with its cultural background, it is ripe for legend and lore that manifests into bizarre actual beliefs. Join us for a real Appalachian buffet of the strange and unusual. We’ve got it all: Cryptids, Native American lore, deformed humanoids, aliens, and unsolved disappearances. But what is believable, and what is just lore?

Edited by Max Holechek

The Hammersmith Ghost and the Death of Thomas Millwood

In late 1803, a ghost started terrorizing Hammersmith London and soon led to a very real life murder. 

While walking home one night Thomas Millwood was tragically mistaken for the ghost and killed. And the ensuing murder trial raised a number of questions. Who was the Hammersmith ghost? Was it real or a prank?

The Mysteries of the Hoia Baciu Forest

Deep in the heart of Cluj-Napoca, Romania lies what some call the “Bermuda Triangle of Romania.” The Hoia Baciu Forest has quite the reputation of bizarre happenings – between reports of paranormal phenomena like UFO sightings, ghosts, weird energy fields, and a clearing where nothing living can grow, to mysterious red and orange lights and disappearing children, it’s even been the subject of lots of scientific research trying explain what exactly is going on there. 
But are these bizarre happenings explicable? What exactly is causing this serenely beautiful place to gain such a dark reputation?

Edited by Maxwell Holechek

Haunted Franklin Castle

Franklin Castle is considered by some to be one of the most haunted places in the United States. But what’s the true history?

Hannes Tiedemann had the castle built. Was he a monster who killed his children and servants, damning them to forever haunt the halls or was his story a product of people desperate for a good story to explain some of the strange happenings? Join us as we delve into the true history of Franklin Castle. 

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The Los Feliz Murder Mansion: Part Two

TW: murder and suicide.

Most people have heard of the Los Feliz Murder House. If you have the internet, you’ve probably heard about it. A tale of a murder suicide in the 50’s during Christmas time, where a doctor had killed his wife, attempted to kill his daughter, then killed himself with Nembutal and pills. The house was then left as it was post murder for decades – a literal 1950’s time capsule – with rumors of the paranormal, eventually becoming a hot spot for dark tourism.

In part two of this two part topic, we discuss the history of the house, the curse associated with it, and the weirdness of patterns of deaths and abandonment of the home for years.  Is the house and property really haunted? Was it really lived in all those years? And who owns it now? Join us as we debunk this urban legend and bring some truth to the decades of bizarre stories. 

The Los Feliz Murder Mansion: Part One

Trigger Warning: murder and suicide.

Most people have heard of the Los Feliz Murder House. If you have the internet, you’ve probably heard about it. A tale of a murder suicide in the 50’s during Christmas time, where a doctor had killed his wife, attempted to kill his daughter, then killed himself with Nembutal and pills. The house was then left as it was post murder for decades – a literal 1950’s time capsule – with rumors of the paranormal, eventually becoming a hot spot for dark tourism.

In part one of this two part topic, we discuss the details of what actually happened the night of December 6, 1959, deep dive into the Perelson family history, and try to dissect what caused such a horrific event. Stay tuned for part two!

The Oregon Vortex & House of Mystery

One of the oldest OG Americana roadside attractions, The Oregon Vortex and House of Mystery attracts tourists, skeptics, and Mulders alike. With bizarre energy, trees that grow away from its center, animals that won’t enter, and its allegedly unexplained properties, it has been the cause of mystery for decades. Join us as we review every possible explanation of the weird behind this location – we’ve got it all: ghosts, aliens, demonic portals, optical illusions, capitalism, you name it!

Getting Pretty Effin’ Spooky with Amanda Paulson

Join us as we interview paranormal investigator, researcher and PNW based medium, Amanda D. Paulson, as she discusses her ventures into paranormal coverage in social media and her blog (www.prettyfnspooky.com) and recent project, the documentary “Death Is With Me” (www.deathiswithme.com) about the Lady of the Lake. 

We talk some of her most memorable famous investigations (Lizzy Borden, Conjuring House), ghost hunting equipment,  dealing with scary things during a solo investigation (yes, men), and paranormal self discovery.

The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall

In 1936, a photo was taken of the supposed Brown Lady that would go on to become one of the most famous paranormal photos ever taken. But who is the Brown Lady? 

Most believe that she is the ghost of Dolores Walpole, who either died at the hands of her cruel husband or of a natural illness. Join us as we try and uncover true history of Dorothy and trace the sightings of her through the centuries. 

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