Hillbilly Horror Stories is a mostly paranormal show hosted by stand up comedian Jerry Paulley and his wife Tracy. They touch on all things eerie including true stories behind your favorite horror movies, Rock n Roll and the occult, unsolved mysteries and creepy true crime. Serious enough for the true paranormal fan but funny enough for the skeptics! Proud member of Dark Myths Collective.
Hillbilly Deadtime Stories Ep 24 Ghost of Eliza
There are several reasons why paranormal activity may escalate in a location.
Sometimes its poltergeist activity that’s from an array of emotions caused by a prepubescent teen.
Other times it may be because of a stressful environment such as a family dealing with a divorce or tragic death of a loved one.
These are cases where the energy from a person or household plays a role in the activity.
There are other situations that can cause paranormal activity.
Some could include bringing home an attachment from a haunted location or conjuring a spirit through a ritual or Ouija board.
One of the most common ways to ensure that paranormal activity goes through the roof, is to do some remodeling…
Patreon Preview Dec 2019 Bonus The Armoire
This is one of 3 stories that we did on a Patreon bonus episode from December. 2019
Alaskan Hotel & Bar
Jerry & Tracy discuss the Alaskan Hotel & Bar in Juneau, AK.
Tyler & Charlie from Believing the Bizarre podcast tell us some fun stories.
HHS Classic Ep 9 Rock N Roll & the Occult
Tracy's very first episode on HHS. This episode on Rock N Roll & the Occult is HHS's most popular episode. This is the episode where we discuss the lyrics to Hotel California, the Robert Johnson crossroads story , the Zeppelin Curse and others.
Hillbilly Deadtime Stories Ep 23 Pascagoula Abduction
There have been numerous reports of Alien abduction throughout history.
The first case on record was reported in Brazil by Antonio Villas Boas in 1957.
The most famous of which though, is the Barney and Betty Hill abduction in September of 1961
Travis Walton’s abduction in November of 1975 may be the second most famous.
There is another well known case that happen in Pascagoula, MS in October of 1973 that you may not of heard about…until today…
Patreon Bonus Preview -The Tutwiler Hotel
Jerry & Tracy discuss the haunted Tutwiler Hotel in Birmingham, AL
By far best podcast I’ve ever listened to, jerry and Tracy are so personable and funny such a joy listening... ps check out the music episodes, so good!!
Love to Listen!
I’ve been following this podcast for a while. Tracey and Jerry keep me entertained. I appreciate the obvious love that these hosts have for their audience. I also enjoy the stories that they research and share.
I particularly enjoyed the latest HHS bonus episode, Jerry's Musical Misfortunes, Ep. 1 Badfinger. I would love to hear more like this!
Started listening to this podcast a few weeks back while looking for some cool paranormal stuff to listen to while I’m at work. Went through probably half dozen or more shows-single episodes before I moved on- before I found these guys. This show is horrible. After listening to an episode from earlier on in their list I was hooked. Their banter back and forth with all the obvious eye rolling jokes cracked between husband and wife made me want to listen even more. They go into such detail with their shows and make every episode beyond entertaining, because it sounds like they really care about what they are sharing with us. The guests are always entertaining, with their horrifying stories that make me want to sleep with the lights on. So now, however many dozens of episodes I’ve listened to I just can’t stop. Every chance I get, I’m throwing an episode on in my work truck Bluetooth or on my headphones. I’ve fallen behind on my deliveries because I have to stop for a few minutes, so I don’t get distracted and miss something. I’ve even been late for work 3 times now because of searching for my headphones in the morning, so I can fill as many parts of my day as I can listening to them. Thanks for getting me in trouble guys. Horrible I tell ya. Be prepared to be sucked right in, with no turning back, if you tune in.
On a more serious note, it is great to hear how much they care about their listeners by talking about mental health and resources people can access. Keep up the fantastic work. Love it.
Redbeard from the great frozen north CANADA.