Haunted History explores fascinating historical places with reported paranormal activity from historic haunts to strange disturbances, and brings them all together with engaging hosts who share both the believable and the unbelievable. Haunted History does its best to focus on places you can still visit today, and provides helpful travel feedback for planning to explore on your own. Join the Haunted History Podcast bi-weekly to learn about new places with crazy stories.
Episode3 | The Bell Witch Farm
In this episode of the Haunted History podcast, the Haunted Ladies take you on an adventure to Tennessee to visit the former home of the Bell Family where the famous Bell Witch caused a ruckus. Inspiration to the film An American Haunting, this tale is one for the books!
Episode 2 | Cedar Point
This week the Haunted Ladies explore the history and hauntings of North America’s second oldest amusement park, Cedar Point located in Sandusky, Ohio. Known as the “roller coaster capital of the world,” Cedar Point is alleged to have a number of different and interesting historical haunts.
Episode 1 - RMS Queen Mary
The Haunted Ladies explore the history and hauntings of the RMS Queen Mary, a retired ocean liner docked at Long Beach, California. The ladies talk about the ship's fascinating history as a luxurious ocean liner, a speedy warship and it's current status as one of the most haunted places in the world.
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Good but silly
Good and fun - but needs some editing and they seem to make fun of what they are reporting about :(
Giggling Goofball Girls
Interesting topics but, tapping on one of these podcasts is like opening a present on Christmas morning and the box is empty.
Do your homework
If you make the decision to put yourselves out there, one would think you would want to do your best work . With that being said; you should
1) learn the correct pronunciations of ALL words, terms and locations. Especially when you giggle your way through attempting to sound it out, incorrectly. You wrote this didn’t you???
2) Fact check yourself and be correct about what you’re saying. “ Detergent or Acid???” You’re not sure. You need to be sure. You don’t think you do, then maybe this should be called a comedy
3) Speak clearly with good pronunciation.
Sorry I was really unhappy I listened to this. I wont be back.