16 episodes

Light some sage and pop your popcorn, drag comedian Roz Drezfalez is getting spooky! Though far from an expert on the paranormal, Roz explores her curiosity of things that go “bump” in the night with celebrity guests, psychics, and everyday people. Real stories, fake lady!

Have you captured an EVP? Give a description of the experience, what you believe it says, and send the file to ghostedbyroz@gmail.com

Roz wants to hear about listeners experiences with ghosts. Leave a 5 star review on Apple podcasts along with your experience and she may read it on the show!

Ghosted! by Roz Drezfalez Starburns Audio

    • Comedy
    • 4.9, 289 Ratings

Light some sage and pop your popcorn, drag comedian Roz Drezfalez is getting spooky! Though far from an expert on the paranormal, Roz explores her curiosity of things that go “bump” in the night with celebrity guests, psychics, and everyday people. Real stories, fake lady!

Have you captured an EVP? Give a description of the experience, what you believe it says, and send the file to ghostedbyroz@gmail.com

Roz wants to hear about listeners experiences with ghosts. Leave a 5 star review on Apple podcasts along with your experience and she may read it on the show!

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
289 Ratings
289 Ratings
Chris improv fan ,

Scary Good Podcast!!

I heard Roz on the Incompatable podcast and I'm glad I did! Roz is a fantastic host, asks great questions, and can also just let his guest talk and spin a really great, scary story. I wish I had a story of my own to share but I don't :(

It's been really hard to find a good ghost stories podcast that isn't corny and annoying, but I finally found one! Keep up the great work Roz and I'm looking forward to more great episodes.

Erinbangify ,

So so

This is a great idea and some of the episodes are enjoyable. But some of them are little obnoxious and the EVP “game” is so annoying. Just play the freaking EVP and just have the guest guess.

This show needs a little more structure and interesting guests.

TellMyHorse ,

Getting ready for a homecoming

In 2010 my then fiancée wanted me to move closer to him and connected me with a girl he had gone to high school with. Both of her parents died before she graduated, and she moved across the country for college. One of her parents was an alcoholic, and they both died in the house.

While she was gone, her childhood home had been rented to a series of increasingly destructive families. In exchange for 6 months of cheap rent, I would fix up and clean the property before she came home and we would then be roommates.

It was a small house by Victorian standards and had been the original Lutheran church in its tiny midwestern town. The previous tenants had trashed the place. I found liquor hidden all over, used syringes behind the furniture and we had to tear out some carpet that their dog had soiled.

There was only one bathroom and it had a half size claw foot tub. The first night the house was clean enough to stay in, I noticed that the hot water tap in the tub was running so hot it was steaming. I figured someone helping clean hadn’t gotten it shut off all the way, turned it off and didn’t think about it.

Then I discovered that same thing every day. There were sounds in the house as well, and inevitably every time I heard them, I went in the bathroom and all the hot water taps would be running. I saged everything but to no avail.

Eventually, I told a neighbor who had been friendly with the family about it, and she thought it was the deceased parents. She told me the next time it happened to go in there and tell them they were costing their daughter money and to knock it off. Feeling like an absolute crazy person, but a person who had to pay half the water bill nonetheless, I did what the neighbor suggested.

The hot water taps never turned themselves on again.

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