For this one, we’re headed to Merrie Olde Englande, specifically the town of Wotton-under-Edge, where a nearly 1,000-year-old former pub and inn is said to be home to all kinds of paranormal stuff. It also just happens to be on a ley line and may have a Stonehenge connection?!? Also have fun with our terrible accents.
And here’s the video we mentioned about a ghost investigation at the inn!
We’re doing something a little different this time around: Instead of Marlene telling Matt a story, we’re letting Cracked.com tell us what the most convincing ghost videos are on YouTube, and we’re watching them to find out just how persuasive they really are.
We’re back, and we’ve got not one, but many stories about our own ghostly experiences in Edinburgh, Scotland. They include: Greyfriars Kirkyard, the vaults under the city, Mary King’s Close, an animated whiskey distiller, and more!
On this episode, we take a trip out onto the high seas, where heavy metal doors and also apparently old timey swimming pools create a recipe for lots of ghostly happenings.
Things get a little bit personal this week as Marlene tells Matt about a harrowing event from her reckless youth, which took place on the weird street near the border between Delaware and Pennsylvania, Cossart Road. Plus, a listener’s tale of weird desert visions!
It’s our first “regular” episode, and we’re already breaking the format. Marlene and Matt visited the Old Charleston Jail (or “Old City Jail”) together on a tour, so they’re teaming up to tell the tale of the jail, which is considered to be one of the most haunted places in America and possibly the continuing home of the first female serial killer in the United States.
Before we get into our first ghost story, we tell you the story of how this podcast came to be, as well as give you a chance to share your own ghost stories with us!