Brandy and Rachel return from their time away to discuss one of the most controversial & mysterious cases of a mass group of experienced hikers dying due to unknown circumstances. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode centers around the history of Bobby Mackey's is Wilder, KY. This episode is a bit graphic, and listener discretion is advised. Rachel is also a bad girl and lets a few naughty words slip! After the ladies discuss Bobby Mackey's hau
Diane & Denise of History Goes Bump kick off episode 16 with a lovely introduction! Brandy & Rachel tell the tale of Sir Victor Goddard's Time Slip, and also share their story about their eerie Ouija board experience. See acast.com/privacy for
Kicking off Episode 15, Chelsea & David, hosts of the podcast Based on a True Crime, introduce their great podcast that covers crimes & the movies based upon them. Rachel & Brandy talk about the Joplin Spooklight, also known as the Hornet Spook
Join Rachel as she flies solo this episode and explores stories and theories surrounding spontaneous human combustion! Stick around after the episode to hear a trailer for the awesome podcast Stranger Than! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and
Leap Castle in Ireland has a turbulent and bloody history. Over the centuries it has been used as a fortress, home and tomb. It is known as the world’s most haunted Castle. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hotel Chelsea is one of the most famous hotels in New York City. It has be home to many famous residents such as Mark Twain, Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix to name a few. Poet Dylan Thomas died while staying
Located in the Skid Row section of Los Angeles, The Cecil Hotel has a long, dark history of suicides, murders and paranormal activity. Many infamous guests have stayed at the hotel including the Night Stalker serial killer Richard Ramirez. On
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