Podcast by Barry Pirro
The Sodder Children Disappearance
The Sodder children disappearance is one of the most talked about unsolved mysteries of the 20th century. The case gives new meaning to the phrase ‘disappeared without a trace’, so if you are up to the task, maybe you will be the first to put this 75-year-old cold case to rest once and for all.
Ghost Stories Told at Christmas
In Victorian times, the telling of ghost stories on Christmas eve was as much a part of Christmas as Santa Claus is for us today. In keeping with this now mostly forgotten tradition, I’m pleased to present some chilling, true ghost stories for your holiday listening pleasure. Like the spooky tales told around fireplaces in Victorian times, the stories I’ll be sharing with you are first hand encounters with ghosts and other supernatural beings. So in the classic Victorian Christmas tradition, pull up a chair, snuggle up a little closer to my virtual fireplace, and give a listen to some truly spooky ghost stories.
People who report seeing ghosts almost always describe them as being fully dressed, but has anyone ever seen a naked ghost? The truth is, although there are far more cases of ghosts wearing clothing than nude ghosts, naked ghosts DO exist. Join me as I explore the strange and wondrous world of naked ghosts.
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Black Shuck and the Demon Hounds of England
England is awash with stories of hellish Black Dogs. The devilish beasts are described as being unnaturally large--sometimes the size of a horse. They are covered with shaggy black fur, and their glowing red, yellow, or orange eyes are said to look right into the depths of one’s soul. Black Shuck is one of the most famous Black Dog tales, but there are many others. Join me as I explore the mysterious world of the mysterious Black Dogs of England.
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The Amityville Horror - Part 2
In this month's podcast, I continue to explore the TRUE story of the famous Amityville Horror case. What did Ed and Lorraine Warren discover during their paranormal investigation? Did something evil really follow them home that night? Was the house really built over a Native American burial ground? Were the Lutzes under the influence of a demon? Listen, and find out.
The Amityville Horror - Part 1
In this month's podcast, I explore the TRUE story of the famous Amityville Horror case. On November 13, 1974, Ronald DeFeo Jr. killed his parents and his four siblings at their home in the town of Amityville, Long Island. Thirteen months later, George and Kathy Lutz moved into the house with their three children. But twenty eight days later, the Lutz family fled the home claiming horrific paranormal activity made it impossible to stay there. They left all of their possessions behind, and they never returned.
I truly enjoy listening to your podcasts and the stories told of many who have experienced happenings either to them are the ones around them. Very well done and always interested in hearing your next story...
Cheesy Sound Effects
I like this podcast. Narrator has a great storytelling voice, and the episodes are well researched and written. But what’s up with the super cheesy sound effects? Completely ruin an otherwise amazing podcast. For that, I give it 3/5 stars.
Excellent audio quality, love the production and sound effects, excellent storytelling and creepy stories. If you love Pleasing Terrors podcast, Unexplained, Supernatural by Parcast, the. Haunted Happenings is the perfect podcast for you. Excellent excellent excellent stuff. Also great to hear from a fellow New Englander!