29 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, 479 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
479 Ratings

479 Ratings

mendy817 ,

So fun!

Just started listening! So fun and creepy!! ❤️ 👻

alyssamarie92 ,

Obsessed! ❤️👻❤️

Love this podcast and all the spooky stories!! Fantastic for long car rides.

I recently had a ghost experience during a tinder hookup 😂😂

Keep up the good stuff! Love it! 🙌 👻❤️

sammielstewart ,

Hey Boo!

This spooky, sassy podcast is everything I need in my life. Roz has me laughing, gasping, and screaming every episode.

I work in historic preservation, which means I’m frequently in old houses, and I’ve had my fair share of unexplainable, possibly supernatural, experiences in my life. The scariest experience I’ve had on the job was working in a Civil War era doctor’s residence and office where traumatic surgeries and procedures were performed with minimal anesthesia.

A few years ago, I was working with an architectural group in the South to create measured, hand-drawn floor plans of historic structures. One of the houses we studied was a 19th century doctor’s office and residence. The first day we were there, I was with a large group, measuring and drafting the interior and exterior.

The house was minimally furnished with period furniture, but filled with artifacts, mostly surgical equipment and some clothing, but there were also creepy old dolls and children’s toys in the office. Upstairs, one of the rooms had a broken bed with a ripped mattress, feathers strewn everywhere as if it had been torn open. Thousands of nail-sized, erratic holes were punched into the walls and ceiling as if someone hammered in a nail and removed it over and over and over again.

I was slightly creeped out by the “nail hole room,” the surgical equipment, and the dolls, but I was in a very large group and it was broad daylight so I wasn’t too spooked. I hadn’t even thought of the creepy history of the house as a place where some of the first surgeries were performed. I love my job so I was mostly fixated on the beautiful architecture.

The house was very large and we ran out of time to measure some of the downstairs rooms, so we decided it would be best if I and one other colleague returned to the house alone the next morning to finish up the work.

We showed up on day two at 9:00am, waiting for someone to let us in. After 15 minutes of waiting, we decided to try the doors to see if they were left unlocked for us. The side door happened to be open, so we let ourselves in and got to work. About 10 minutes into our measuring, we heard someone walking upstairs from the far end of the house to right over our heads, stopping with a slight shuffle at the top of the staircase to my right. I’m talking CLEAR AS DAY FOOTSTEPS, ROZ!

We thought it was the guy who was supposed to let us in that morning, so we called up the stairs to him, “Hello! Who’s there?” But no one answered.

At that point, I felt an icy chill go up my spine and I froze. My eyes darted to my colleague and I could see in her wide eyes that she was terrified too and we bolted out the door. We KNEW there was someone or something at the top of those stairs, either a ghost or transient person, either way, both felt menacing.

After standing outside in the daylight, taking some deep breaths, we decided to go back in and finish the job. As soon as we walked back into the house, I could feel that same, oppressive energy. We didn’t hear anything else while we were working. We powered through for about an hour (felt like eternity) and finished the floor plans, but the entire time we were in the house we both felt the unmistakable sensation that we were being watched.

I have more stories, but this experience was the most chilling by far, especially since I experienced it with another person so I know I didn’t imagine it.

Love you, Roz! We don’t deserve you queen. #broadsquad

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