In this episode the girls cover their latest and greatest urban legend destination, Maine! Here they talk pinecones, lobsters, and lighthouse themed wines. All of course with a healthy dose of spooks and haunts!

December 24, 2019

Episode 21: Merry Krampus

Welcome to the Girl's Next Door Christmas episode, wherein the girls talk Krampus, editing, and Wikipedia! Please enjoy the last of our December episodes and we'll see you all in 2020!

Happy Holidays everyone! To kick off the last month of the year, the girls cover a favorite, and deadly, Kentucky urban legend: The Popelick Monster! 

Links mentioned in this episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYcMZo4GmLo

*We apologize for the lateness of this episode. Normally I try to get episodes posted on our schedule (the 5th, 15th, and 25th of the month) but this week I was dealing with a great deal of stress surrounding one of my dogs getting incredibly sick. Luckily he recovered and is now fine, but it did prevent me from being able to edit and post this episode when I normally would have. We appreciate your understanding. -Amber

In what they have dubbed the spookiest episode of the year, the girls cover four different cases of ghosts who solve their own murders! They also dish out a few play recommendations and decide to write their own (now semi-confirmed) conspiracy theories about Idaho.

October 15, 2019

Episode 16: Witch Crass

In this episode, the girls talk about horrible judges, not so scary witches, and really bad names, as they cover the Salem Witch Trials, and the hauntings they left behind in Salem today.

This week the girls discuss reincarnation and the mysterious case of the Pollock Sisters! 

September 8, 2019

Urban Legend 4: So… Hawaii

This episode the girls talk about Hawaii in all its history and mystory as they cover the feared legend of the Night Marchers.

Welcome back for another State-side urban legend! This time the girls talk about Georgia's infamous Lake Lanier. They talk about mysterious disappearances, cold cases, and giant catfish, all the while struggling to understand how Georgia can be so bad at naming things!

The girls cover the history behind Historic State Route 666 and it's connection to the iconic Route 66. Then they play Guest that Ghost (a new segment/game) as they try to sort out who, or what, could be lingering on this aptly named road. They also dabble in numerology, talk a bit to the FBI agent monitoring this podcast, and reminisce about a certain young lady with an affinity for green ribbons.

 

Discussed in this podcast:

The Green Ribbon

 

In their second Urban Legends episode, the Girls Next Door cover Colorado's own Riverdale Road. This road is home to everything from shapeshifters to hitchhiking ghosts, and proves that Colorado is not to be outdone with how wild an Urban Legend can be!

 

Images mentioned in this episode:

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