This week the girls talk dog parks, fairy jobs, and ways not to tell the future, as they cover the fearsome Banshee! 

Links mentioned in the episode:

Barn Owl Screech- https://youtu.be/MTXIfS8kyKM

Banshee?- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiFD14GaH5o

The girls kick off March with yet another urban legend! This time they dive into the history and mystery of Michigan and the ghost of Knock Knock Road. Along the way, they'll chat bad pokemon names, impending doom, and reasons why you always stop at a stop sign.

The girl's wrap up February with sagas of apples, dead crows, and hot pink Razr phones, all while dishing murder and supernatural mayhem when they cover Herb Baumeister and the Fox Hollow Farm.

Links mentioned in this episode:

Paranormal Witness

Fox Hollow Farm Pictures

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!

In this month's Urban Legend episode the girls (metaphorically) head to Iowa to talk about the Villisca Axe Murder House!

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!

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