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True stories of the paranormal, told with humor, humanity, and just a pinch of skepticism. Hosted by Brennan Storr & Paul Bestall

The Ghost Story Guys The Ghost Story Guys

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 221 Ratings

True stories of the paranormal, told with humor, humanity, and just a pinch of skepticism. Hosted by Brennan Storr & Paul Bestall

    The Haunted Seaside

    The Haunted Seaside

    There has been a LOT of water happening out here on the west coast and so for this episode, we thought we'd run with it and see what kinds of horrors the seaside harbors. The answer is: plenty. From a screaming spirit who needs help which can't be given to an unusual hitchhiking couple on the road to a beachside town in India, there's no end of the high strangeness of the The Haunted Seaside.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Visions of the Time Fish

    Visions of the Time Fish

    The most exciting stories are the ones that connect across different times, locations, and people, and on this episode we have not one or two but three different occasions where that's happened. Shadow people will menace, dreams will be shared, and if you look quickly enough at just the right time, you'll catch a vision of the Time Fish lording over it all.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    By the Rivers Dark

    By the Rivers Dark

    From the Vermilion in Ohio to the Ganges in India, one thing you can rely on rivers to do is provide us with tales of high strangeness. On this episode we explore tales of disappearing boatmen, chained entities terrorizing those unfortunate enough to cross them, a dark spirit emerging from the jungle, and so much more.

    • 1 hr 23 min
    The Hungry Forest

    The Hungry Forest

    It's almost Halloween and what could be more frightening than driving headlong into the woods? On this episode we share the story of 2 Overlanders who know the woods like the back of their hand, until one night outside Santa Fe when things don't quite go to plan. You'll have to listen to find out more!

    Also on this episode: the dangers of recommendation, and Ghost Story Guys bingo is born

    • 1 hr 10 min
    The Uncovered Well

    The Uncovered Well

    You find an uncovered well beneath your house - what do you do? No, this isn't a line from Zork, this is the conundrum faced by a listener in a story on this episode. October is listener story month, and you guys delivered, from the aforementioned well to a Swedish getaway, to TWO different stories of encounters with the plaid people. Halloween is inbound, and you can feel it.

    • 1 hr 25 min
    The Owl & the Glass

    The Owl & the Glass

    Do owls and glass make any sense together? Absolutely not, and neither does anything else that happened to us on this recording. With stories ranging from a spectral little girl in a blue dress to an invisible force throwing a mirror off the wall, the stories on this episode cover a lot of ground, and that's before things get weird in the studio. You'll have to listen to find out what the hell I'm talking about.

    Also on this episode: Paul Bestall - Celebrity Podcaster, Brennan's back on the road, and the thunder rolls

    • 1 hr 32 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
221 Ratings

221 Ratings

chevylion ,

Thrills and Chats

I love the stories. And then I love the conversation that roots the stories in the world of the possible.

Nosanam ,

I ❤️ Ghost Story Guys pod

If I’ve learned anything I already knew, don’t go in to the woods.

Erin Sabourin ,

Canadian!

*** update*** I honestly stopped listening when Ian left the show and Paul took over as co host. I’ve changed it to three stars from five. I’ll still listen to the old episodes but I won’t be listening to the newer editions.

I love me a good Canadian podcast. I’ve been listening for the last three years as this podcast has grown. These two are great and they keep it entertaining. I love that they release every two weeks. But we’ve gotten to the point where they’ve added ads in the middle of the podcast. I get why they need to do it but it just ruins the flow.

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