Author Adam Selzer and comedians Hector Reyes and Erin Pieshke investigate history and folklore in Chicago.
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William Duvol: Soldier of the Revolution?
Is there really a revolutionary war vet buried here?
The House at Death Corner
"Little Hell's" worst intersection had a murder a week - and a gumacco craze.
Geeking Out Over Mr. Couch
Adam, Hector, and Erin meet with Rachel Williams, 3rd great granddaughter of Ira Couch, whose tomb still stands in Lincoln Park, and sort through old documents and articles trying to solve the riddle of the tomb.
Rambling in Rose Hill
Adam, Hector, and Susan Sherman let their inner 12-year-olds giggle about gravestones that say "butts" on them.
The Detective's Grave
On the trail of a detective from the HH Holmes case
Love this show, could use some new episodes!
Was browsing around for a new ghost show, and discovered this little gem. I love that they do a “Man on the street” style episode, and delve into some really interesting history in the Chicago area. I wish you did more episodes, but I appreciate the amount of work that goes into making a show like this.
Great history and fun stories.
I've been waiting for almost a year for a new episode. You are so inconsistent its becoming annoying. I mean come on, on Weird Chicago you did the same thing. I wont suggest this to anyone.