This episode covers a property that used to be an animal slaughterhouse. If you feel that you would be sensitive to this content be warned.
In this episode, the girls try to hone in on just which Arizona slaughterhouse is supposed to be haunted. In the meantime, they chat cowboy bars, vague urban legends, and how to approach tea time with ghosts!
Join the girls for the first official episode in their small town summer series. They chat alligator crossings, how to be a cool teen, and violent trees, all while covering Port St. Lucie's Devil Tree.
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After our mini-hiatus (see our special update) we're happy to bring you our June urban legend. This one is filled with musical tunes, sand, and a lot of poor choices! So strap in while we chat about the Shaman's Portal in Oklahoma.
This week the girls bring you many many many harrowing tales of creepy kid encounters, as they cover the Black Eyed Children. Are they real? Were they made up by the internet? The world may never know... unless of course you were to see them for yourself!
After many, many, many technical difficulties. The girls bring you their first (and hopefully only) long-distance episode!
This week they talk Cinco de Mayo, Jersey Shore, and the woes of hibernation, all while covering the history of New Jersey and the Mystery of The Watcher!
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Time goes all wibbly wobbly for the last time (well, for now at least) in the kick of episode to what the girls refer to as "Boaty McBoatface month. They talk shit, talk shit, and talk wine all while bemoaning plans of vacations passed when they cover the haunted Queen Mary!
Links mentioned in the episode:
The Ghost Face in the Pool- https://www.yourghoststories.com/real-ghost-story.php?story=22639
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:
Fox Hollow Farm Pictures
In this episode, the girls talk about the miracle of DNA, liminal spaces, and spooky state parks while covering the Gypsy Hill Murders! They also grumble about being sick (spoiler: they don't get well soon),
In this episode, the girls wrap up their roaring twenties theme with non-fairy changelings, crazy mothers, and a brief discussion on Jelly Bellies, while they cover the colliding cases of the Walter Collins Disappearance, and the Wineville Chicken Coop Murders.
Listener discretion is advised for the second half of this episode, including a trigger warning for details regarding the abuse of children.