Old Stone Jail

The Old Bullitt County Jail in Shepherdsvile, Kentucky has been a fixture in town since 1891. In almost 130 years it’s seen some of the worst criminals come and go as well numerous escape attempts. Learn about some of the worst criminals of the time and what they did to get there as well what…

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The Mercer House

Why is the Mercer House considered to be one of the most haunted places in Savannah? If you’ve seen Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil you are already familiar with the story of Jim Williams, who lived in the house and shot his lover in the study. But I bet you haven’t heard…

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The Hermitage

Why is the Hermitage one of the most haunted places in middle Tennessee? And more importantly, why aren’t employees of the historic home of Andrew Jackson not allowed to talk about it? We’ll also cover Jackson’s wife, Rachel and why she was such a polarizing figure in American politics and the duel that ‘Old Hickory’…

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Louisville Bourbon Inn

The Louisville Bourbon Inn might be one of the nicest places to stay in Old Louisville but the Inn has it’s share of dark secrets. Learn about Annie Whipple and the deal she made that doomed her to spend eternity roaming the stairs of the Inn. Join us as we talk about the Louisville Bourbon…

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Andrew Jackson Hotel

The Andrew Jackson Hotel might look like a great place to stay in the heart of the French Quarter. However, Yellow Fever and a deadly fire have left behind some permanent guests in the hotel. Also, take a deep dive and learn about the impact that Andrew Jackson had on the city of New Orleans…

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17Hundred90 Inn

Learn the secrets of Anna who claims room 204 in the 17Hundred90 Inn as her own. Also, why does ghost of a young boy named Thaddeus play tricks and leave shiny coins for people in various places in the hotel? Join us as we take a closer look at all the paranormal activity in one…

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Seelbach Hotel

The Seelbach Hotel is one of the grandest hotels in Louisville, Kentucky and is thought to be the inspiration behind F. Scott Fitzgerald’s masterpiece, “The Great Gatsby”. The hotel is also one of Al Capone’s old haunts. Speaking of haunts “The Lady in Blue” has been seen roaming the Seelbach since 1936. Join us and…

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Rutherford County Courthouse

What do the Human Fly and Nathan Bedford Forrest have in common? Both had spectacular performances at the Rutherford County Courthouse that resulted in the loss of life. Learn about one of the most unique and haunted courthouses in the country as we take a deep dive in the Rutherford County Courthouse in this episode….

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Le Pavillon

Learn about the history and hauntings of one of the grandest hotels in New Orleans, Le Pavillon. Le Pavillon is world famous for their nightly peanut butter and jelly sandwiches as well as a few ghosts such as Ada who has been known to make her presence known from time to time. Also, don’t forget…

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