Podcast: Haunted Savannah

This is the transcript and sources for the podcast that just dropped this morning on Paranormal Housewife Podcast. You can listen to it on any streaming service you listen to your podcasts on. Please subscribe to my show to be alerted to when new episodes drop. Please let me know in comments what you thought about today’s episode! Continue reading Podcast: Haunted Savannah

Not As Abandoned As It Appears

While Jeremy and I were staying in Peoria briefly last year, we got the chance to go down to Alton, Illinois for the evening for a talk by one of my favorite paranormal authors. While we were down there I had hoped to have a chance to drive by today’s topic but unfortunately an accident caused us to run later than we were planning. Maybe when we go back to Illinois for our friends’ wedding we can stop by the McPike Mansion.  Continue reading Not As Abandoned As It Appears

Absolutely Fireproof

Have you ever had a sense of dejavu? The whole time I researched today’s topic, I had a constant since that I have researched this before and written this post before. To the point that I went post by post on my blog to make sure I hadn’t written about this location. Even then I felt like “I’ve done this before” and went through my giant binder of notes I have written for all of my previous blogs posts and podcasts. Not only do I have no notes on this location but this location hasn’t appeared on any of my lists for topic ideas. I’m flummoxed. I guess I have just read and watch so many shows that talk about that the history of Nederlander Theatre just seems so familiar to me.  Continue reading Absolutely Fireproof

The Dog Boy Of Arkansas

For those of y’all that follow this blog and now my podcast, I hope you know how much I appreciate y’all. I also hope how much sharing, commenting, and interacting with my posts really helps keep this blog going. I also really love it when y’all suggest topics for me to cover. Like today’s topic. If it wasn’t for readers like Alice, who suggested today’s topic, I wouldn’t know about some of these local to y’all stories. So thank you for suggestions! Thank you, Alice, for messaging me about the Dog Boy of Quitman, Arkansas. This was a tough one to read about so if abuse to elderly or animals bother you, consider this a trigger warning before proceeding further into this post.  Continue reading The Dog Boy Of Arkansas

A Death For Christmas

The topic of today’s post is a haunted location that has intrigued me for a while now. I first heard of this case when it appeared on My Ghost Story and then again later on Ghost Hunters. I don’t know what it is about this haunted location but this is one of the cases that is often in the back of my mind. When I made the plan to talk about haunted locations in each state, I knew the Allen House would one of the topics for Arkansas before I even knew what the other topic(s) would be.  Continue reading A Death For Christmas

The Ladies Of The Afterlife Are Waiting For You Here

On this blog we have cover a variety of different places from private residences to hotels and camp sites to castles and movie theaters but we have yet to talk about a brothel. That changes today as we talk about the longest running brothel in United States history. The Dumas Brothel was established in Butte Montana back in 1890 and was open as a brothel until 1982. And while the doors maybe officially closed to the public, there are still a few spirits left behind that haven’t stopped living their afterlife at the Mercury Street building.  Continue reading The Ladies Of The Afterlife Are Waiting For You Here

These Spirits Monkey Around

On this blog, haunted hotels isn’t too unusual. I mean, heck, we had a whole week dedicated to haunted hotels and have spoken about dozens of other hotels and their spirits but the hotel we are talking about in today’s post has something that the other hotels haven’t had yet. Curious? Keep reading to find out what is hidden within the walls of the Pollard Hotel.  Continue reading These Spirits Monkey Around

Sometimes I Hear You Walk Across The Floor

The title of today’s post comes from lyric in a song written by Loretta Lynn. While she may have written the song about her friend, Patsy Cline, Loretta may have also been inspired by her own haunted house. The famous country singer has a large home in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee that is filled with more than just her family and everyone that visits there seems to encounter at least one of the spirits that now share her home.  Continue reading Sometimes I Hear You Walk Across The Floor

Podcast: The Ghosts Of Blackbeard And The Old Burying Ground

This is the transcript and sources for the podcast that just dropped this morning on Paranormal Housewife Podcast. You can listen to it on any streaming service you listen to your podcasts on. Please subscribe to my show to be alerted to when new episodes drop. Please let me know in comments what you thought about today’s episode!  Continue reading Podcast: The Ghosts Of Blackbeard And The Old Burying Ground

They Just Want To Be Left Alone

Just outside of Memphis, Tennessee is a small community called Mason which is home to one of the oldest churches in Tipton County. Unfortunately this church has been cursed with a few unholy visitors that brought destruction and sadness. And yet, the congregation still meets and brings praise to their Lord at the Old Trinity Church. Continue reading They Just Want To Be Left Alone

Are These Locations Truly Haunted?

Getting back to our topic for today’s post topic. Today’s post is actually about two places in Nebraska. I decided to group them together because the type of activity that is supposedly experienced at both locations is very similar. Actually its also very similar to the activity experienced at Crazy Annie’s Bridge. The two locations I am talking about today are Seven Sisters Road and Devil’s Canyon. The thing about these locations is I wonder if these locations are truly haunted or are they just local urban legends?  Continue reading Are These Locations Truly Haunted?