Podcast: The Whaley House & El Campo Santo

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Walking In Their Ghostly Footsteps

When I go to historic location, I love to imagine what life was like when that building was built. Who passed through those halls, what conversations were spoken aloud in the rooms, etc? There is a place in Louisiana where the past is still walking the halls and chatting in the rooms. I wonder if the spirits at the Old State Capitol people watch the visitors or talk about the workers? Continue reading Walking In Their Ghostly Footsteps

This Jewel Comes With Guardian Angels

Have you ever lived some where or visited a place where you felt like you could live there for the rest of your life? What about a place that you would gladly haunt for the rest of your afterlife? The folks featured in today’s post felt that way about a home they built but didn’t get much of a chance to live in but none the less still call it home. Of course, if I had a chance to live in a home as beautiful as the Henderson Castle Inn, I wouldn’t let a little thing like death keep me from my beautiful home.  Continue reading This Jewel Comes With Guardian Angels

Podcast: Villisca Axe Murder House

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“This Place Is Alive” featuring Travelers Moon Paranormal

When I knew I was going to be doing locations in Iowa this week, I knew there was a team I needed to reach out to. I had met Chris Nielson and Kelly McCarville at The Haunted Horror Film & Paranormal Investigation Festival. They are the paranormal investigators that make up Travelers Moon Paranormal. While at the festival, I really enjoyed getting to know them and learning about some of the techniques that they use. They were the ones to introduce me to the Estes method which the spirit box technique you saw Paranormal MIT use during the investigation at our house a month ago where one person uses headphones to listen to a spirit box but they can’t hear questions being asked by the team during the session. It’s a way to get unbiased answers from the spirit box in real time. Anyways, I knew I wanted to reach out to Travelers Moon Paranormal because they have experience with both of the locations this week. Especially today’s topic. Kelly and Chris go to Edinburgh Manor every few weeks and have had some interesting experiences.  Continue reading “This Place Is Alive” featuring Travelers Moon Paranormal

Podcast: Haunted Savannah

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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