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Jason Horton & Rebecca Leib discuss and explore some of the most mysterious and interesting places on earth. Take a trip to haunted hotels, abandoned malls, deserted amusement parks, locations of infamous true crimes, and more. This is Ghost Town.

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Jason Horton & Rebecca Leib discuss and explore some of the most mysterious and interesting places on earth. Take a trip to haunted hotels, abandoned malls, deserted amusement parks, locations of infamous true crimes, and more. This is Ghost Town.

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    85: Burger Chef Murders

    85: Burger Chef Murders

    The 1978 murders of 4 employees of the Burger Chef fast food chain in Speedway, Indiana are still unsolved.
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    • 25 min
    GT MINI FAILS: Battle of Los Angeles

    GT MINI FAILS: Battle of Los Angeles

    In February 1942, the panic of the second World War turned the United States against itself on the streets and in the skies of Los Angeles.
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    • 12 min
    84: Exorcism of Anneliese Michel

    84: Exorcism of Anneliese Michel

    In 1975, Anneliese Michel endured an almost year long exorcism that ended in tragedy.
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    • 45 min
    GT MINI FAIL: Carnival Poop Cruise

    GT MINI FAIL: Carnival Poop Cruise

    In 2013 the Carnival Triumph set sail for what would be forever known as the "Poop Cruise".
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    • 14 min
    83: North Korea's Peace Village

    83: North Korea's Peace Village

    North Korea's Peace Village is a utopia meant to entice defectors from the south. However, most claim it's merely part of the North Korean propaganda machine.
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    • 25 min
    GT MINI FAILS: Cop Rock

    GT MINI FAILS: Cop Rock

    For a brief two months in 1990, one of the worst TV shows of all time graced the airwaves for 11 criminally bad episodes.
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    • 13 min

Customer Reviews

Emilie Stafford ,

Great Podcast for an aspiring Forensic Major

I stumbled upon this podcast a while back. I listened to the podcast very little, until the Woodstock 99 episode. I am now absolutely hooked, because of the historical aspect of Woodstock (and being raised on Classic Rock) and the commentary on the crimes.

Amer82 ,

This show is a gem!

I don't know what some of the bad reviewers consider a good podcast, you can find a thousand that are strictly about hauntings but this show is so cool and unique I think it will get even more popular in the future. If you have a bit of a dark sense of humor and love anything about dark history, abandoned buildings, hollywood lore etc. these are your peeps. I also love the mini "fail" episodes about random weird blips in history that didn't go so well. Keep it up guys! ;)

graves.texterror ,

Diggin it

Always looking for spooky dope podcasts. As someone who does a lot of traveling to weird and/or spooky places it’s nice to have some new recommendations. Also as a native NYer and someone who grew up in the punk scene in the 90s I love the personal stories and any and all NY and music related content. I find both hosts funny and genuine.

I don’t get all the rude negative reviews like this is clearly a mix of comedy and spooky/weird/true crime stuff. It’s not meant to be endless dry factoids. Let folks live. If you don’t like it you can listen to something else, it’s that easy, without being rude about it.

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