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!
Happy New Year everybody! We're excited to present not only the first urban legend of the new year (and decade!) but also the first new episode as a whole. Join us as we talk new year's goals, the trials of changing lightbulbs, and cover what it takes to get yourself turned into one of Louisiana's own rougarou!
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
Happy Turkey and Pumpkin Pie Day everyone! To celebrate we thought we would cover one of the U.S. favorite mysteries... The disappearance of the Roanoke Colonists!
Please enjoy this episode where we talk about what happened in Roanoke and cover theories about the disappearance ranging from the mundane yet plausible to the wild and crazy!
In this week's episode, the girls cover one of their most long-awaited (by them) topics, Skinwalkers! What history surrounds this infamous cryptid? How does one become a skinwalker? And just what is up with all these weird animals? Find out all that and more! (Maybe.)
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.