13 episodes

Amy Bruni, star of the hit TV shows Kindred Spirits and Ghost Hunters, takes listeners on a guided tour of America's most haunted locations, with the help of expert paranormal investigators who have actually been there.

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    • True Crime
    • 4.8 • 1.7K Ratings

Amy Bruni, star of the hit TV shows Kindred Spirits and Ghost Hunters, takes listeners on a guided tour of America's most haunted locations, with the help of expert paranormal investigators who have actually been there.

    I am the Poor Fool Who Built All This

    I am the Poor Fool Who Built All This

    The Historic Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, NH is the epitome of a luxurious resort. But, for all of its beauty and romance, it holds a multitude of mysteries and ghosts that defy explanation. Host, Amy Bruni, considers this the most haunted spot in America, and during this podcast uncovers a new, particularly grisly death that took place on site. Special Guests: Adam Berry and John Tenney
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    • 1 hr 6 min
    America's Most Haunted House

    America's Most Haunted House

    Haunted as much by legends as it is by ghosts, it's hard to separate fact from fiction at the Myrtles Plantation in St Francisville, Louisiana. Regardless, it lives up to its reputation as one of America's most haunted houses. Special Guest: Hester Eby  
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    • 56 min
    Mad from Life’s History, Swift to Death's Mystery

    Mad from Life’s History, Swift to Death's Mystery

    It's hard to believe any place in sunny San Diego could be cursed, but the story of the Whaley House, with all of its business failings and tragedy, may convince you otherwise. These constant dark points in its history has culminated in a haunting that could be one of the most compelling on the west coast. Special guest: Chudi Mahadevan 
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    • 43 min
    I Was More Dead Than Alive

    I Was More Dead Than Alive

    The Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford, CT was a home intensely important to Samuel Clemens and his family. They spent what they considered to be the best of their days there, but tragedy struck and they never returned. For decades, the museum has been plagued by paranormal happenings. Special Guest: Mallory Howard
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    • 37 min
    Real Snake Pit Stuff

    Real Snake Pit Stuff

    The USS Salem, now part of the United States Shipbuilding Museum in Quincy, MA, never fired a shot in anger, but that doesn’t mean she didn’t see her fair share of deaths and casualties. Today, she is rumored to be haunted by victims of an earthquake in Greece, Navy sailors, and strangely - crying babies. Special Guest: Don Decristofaro
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    • 46 min
    It Was a School for Troubled Boys

    It Was a School for Troubled Boys

    Preston School of Industry or “Preston Castle” as it’s been known, was built between 1890 and 1894 in Ione, California. A reform school for young male offenders; the hope was to rehabilitate, not just incarcerate. But, the castle soon became known for abuse, attempted escapes, murder, and now - one of the most notorious hauntings in the foothills of California. Special Guest: Connie Brenner.
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    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

MamaOwl!!!! ,

Love it!

A spooky friend suggested Haunted Road to me, she knows me well! I gobbled these all up in a week so am super looking forward to more! Learning about history through a lens of ghost stories is my favorite way to learn about history!

Bereweber ,

Great real history stories!

Apart from the great supernatural stories, I am learning so much about American history with this podcast. Great facts on early living, thank you!

Scxxzzeyuhfsf ,

So good!

I’ve been looking for a new podcast for so long, and boy am I glad I found this one! The narration is excellent, the history is great, and the guest are AMAZING! I can’t wait for season 2!

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