On this episode Ian's resolve is weakened by cold medication and so Brennan says a bunch of things he shouldn't while discussing the phony-baloney legends behind both the Winchester Mystery House and Amityville Horror.
Also on this episode: floating heads, indecipherable voices cutting into phone calls, and lots of burning bridges...
On this episode Brennan and Ian take on the subject of faerie lore and find out they're in way above their heads. Buckle up - this conversation goes all over the map, from Missing 411 to Skinwalkers to Lord of the Rings and, somewhere in there, you might learn a thing or two about faeries.
On our one-year anniversary episode, Ian and Brennan dig into a massive stack of listener stories, debate the relative merits of late breakfast, and share the latest paranormal goings-on in their own lives.
Also, Ian makes Brennan bleep a perfectly good joke, Brennan gives some life advice, and we're joined by special musical guest Hexxagram.
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On this episode we're reclaiming Christmas in the name of all that is spooky. From a hot-off-the-presses story about a seemingly impossible occurrence in a hospital to a sharp-toothed Santa, to mysterious chimes and bells signaling from beyond, we have a little something for everyone . We're also high on sugar so there's a lot of bad language, a conversation about the nature of God that goes to a strange place, and possibly the longest outtakes sequence so far.
On this American road trip-themed episode, author Jamie Davis Whitmer takes us from lesser known hauntings in Bisbee, Arizona to her own personal encounter with the spirits of the Stanley Hotel and the Queen Mary. She also lets us in on the dark spiritual encounter that has, at least for now, caused her to step back from writing further books on the paranormal.
On this episode we tackle a very special piece of listener mail that takes us from the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado to one of the darkest places a person can go. Parts of the episode are not easy but ultimately this is a story about a family coming together under terrible circumstances. You know how sitcoms in the 80s used to have "very special episodes" where they talked about tough topics? Consider this A Very Special Ghost Story Guys.
On this episode we wade into the deep paranormal waters of Los Angeles and come back with stories of orbs, shadow people, and creatures masquerading as Greys. We also uncover a series of hauntings in sites belonging to the US Job Corps, Brennan gushes about the ArcLight Cinema and refuses to edit it out, and in the outtakes Ian tells Brennan EXACTLY what he thinks of his "twenty dollar words".
We asked for submissions and you all answered, so this episode is 100% listener stories. Ok, 95% listener stories, 4% our stories, and 1% Brennan making an embarrassing Freudian slip. The stories take us all the way from Canada to the USA to England and back again, and Brennan's great shame provides amusement for the journey.
On this episode Brennan recounts the story of his visit to the abandoned tuberculosis hospital town of Tranquille and we do a dive into other famous haunted sanitariums. This episode is dropping two days late so it's almost double the usual duration as our way of thanking everyone for their patience. Also, we had a lot to say.