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031 Clown Motel Ghostly

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Is the Clown Motel Haunted?







Is the Clown Motel Haunted? In Ghostly’s thirty-first episode, Pat and Rebecca explore the Clown Motel in Tonopah, NV. This motel is full of clowns in all shapes and sizes, and is also located right next to a cemetery. Many claim they have seen and heard paranormal activity while spending the night. Is it haunted?







Famous Signs outside the Clown Motel







Questions Explored in this Episode







Where is the Clown Motel? Who built it and who has owned it since? Why did they give it the theme of clowns, and then fill it with many, many clowns? What is the history of Tonopah, Nevada? How did it become a town? What paranormal sightings have guests and employees had? Is the Clown Motel haunted?







Listener Mail and Questions







This episode we have some really creepy home stories from listener Adam Gibson. They involve doors, dogs, and shadow figures. Have a story or question of your own (or someone you know)? Send your story or question to info@ghostlypodcast.com and we might read it on the podcast. You can also email us individually at pat@ghostlypodcast.com or rebecca@ghostlypodcast.com. You could be on a future episode of Ghostly!







Ghost Story at the Clown Motel







Listen to Rebecca tell a ghost story inspired by the paranormal sightings at the motel over the years, while putting yourself in the position of a guest at this famously haunted motel.







One of the potentially haunted clowns at the Clown Motel







History of Tonopah and the Clown Motel







Listen to Pat give the history of Tonopah as a town. The story of how it started is fascinating, as is the story of how the cemetery next to motel started.  So many people were buried there in such a short time, it was only open for a few years. The history of the motel itself is also odd and a bit mysterious.







Big Clown in the lobby







Time for the debate!







Join Pat and Rebecca for a good old fashioned debate on the paranormal activity reported at the Clown Motel by guests and employees over the years. Both lay out their best case, but who do you believe?







Now is the time to vote on this episode!







Vote on if the Clown Motel is haunted using the poll on our Facebook page.  Just search for Ghostly Podcast on Facebook and be sure to Like us so you don’t miss anything!







Poll Results







Find out what listeners voted on our previous episode! Does John Wayne Gacy haunt this earth? Still need to listen to our previous episode on Gacy? Check it out here.







Done listening to the episode?







Please subscribe to Ghostly and give

us a rating on iTunes or any podcast app where they let you. Tell your friends!

Then you can debate the truth yourselves! Word of mouth is one of the best ways

to grow our audience, so we can do all the amazing things we have planned for

this year. And be sure to find us on all social media at Ghostly Podcast.







Then visit our website, www.ghostlypodcast.com, to learn more about Ghostly, and, of course,

Is the Clown Motel Haunted?







Is the Clown Motel Haunted? In Ghostly’s thirty-first episode, Pat and Rebecca explore the Clown Motel in Tonopah, NV. This motel is full of clowns in all shapes and sizes, and is also located right next to a cemetery. Many claim they have seen and heard paranormal activity while spending the night. Is it haunted?







Famous Signs outside the Clown Motel







Questions Explored in this Episode







Where is the Clown Motel? Who built it and who has owned it since? Why did they give it the theme of clowns, and then fill it with many, many clowns? What is the history of Tonopah, Nevada? How did it become a town? What paranormal sightings have guests and employees had? Is the Clown Motel haunted?







Listener Mail and Questions







This episode we have some really creepy home stories from listener Adam Gibson. They involve doors, dogs, and shadow figures. Have a story or question of your own (or someone you know)? Send your story or question to info@ghostlypodcast.com and we might read it on the podcast. You can also email us individually at pat@ghostlypodcast.com or rebecca@ghostlypodcast.com. You could be on a future episode of Ghostly!







Ghost Story at the Clown Motel







Listen to Rebecca tell a ghost story inspired by the paranormal sightings at the motel over the years, while putting yourself in the position of a guest at this famously haunted motel.







One of the potentially haunted clowns at the Clown Motel







History of Tonopah and the Clown Motel







Listen to Pat give the history of Tonopah as a town. The story of how it started is fascinating, as is the story of how the cemetery next to motel started.  So many people were buried there in such a short time, it was only open for a few years. The history of the motel itself is also odd and a bit mysterious.







Big Clown in the lobby







Time for the debate!







Join Pat and Rebecca for a good old fashioned debate on the paranormal activity reported at the Clown Motel by guests and employees over the years. Both lay out their best case, but who do you believe?







Now is the time to vote on this episode!







Vote on if the Clown Motel is haunted using the poll on our Facebook page.  Just search for Ghostly Podcast on Facebook and be sure to Like us so you don’t miss anything!







Poll Results







Find out what listeners voted on our previous episode! Does John Wayne Gacy haunt this earth? Still need to listen to our previous episode on Gacy? Check it out here.







Done listening to the episode?







Please subscribe to Ghostly and give

us a rating on iTunes or any podcast app where they let you. Tell your friends!

Then you can debate the truth yourselves! Word of mouth is one of the best ways

to grow our audience, so we can do all the amazing things we have planned for

this year. And be sure to find us on all social media at Ghostly Podcast.







Then visit our website, www.ghostlypodcast.com, to learn more about Ghostly, and, of course,

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