Two university professors explore the spooky, the haunted, and the occasionally laughable world of the paranormal and supernatural.
Scrappy Doo is Garbage--Oh Yeah, and Ouija Boards
Break out your planchettes and get ready for messages from beyond as Drs. Edwin and Evan explore the mysteries of the spirit board. In this episode we update you on some new news from our haunted hometowns, share listeners stories, and explore the origins of everyone's favorite childhood toy (or demon summoning device)--the Ouija Board. If you listen to the end you will get the treat of hearing an EVP (electronic voice phenomena) submitted by one of our listeners. Trust us, spooky friends, we are not afraid of the tough issues, particularly as the relate to the value of one scrappy cartoon dog. Tune in!
PhD Paranormal Episode 5: Who is Flushing the Toilet? And other Haunted Hometown Stories.
Hey there listeners! Join Drs. Evan and Ed as they explore tales of haunted locations in their hometowns, Evansville, Indiana, and Bozeman, Montana. Learn about the ghost of Intermountain Opera Association that purportedly haunts a movie theater in downtown Bozeman and hear spooky tails of the Lady in Grey at the Willard Library in Evansville. Is there really a little girl that seeks to lure female hikers into the woods with the intention of getting them lost in Bear Canyon? What happened at Boehne Camp Tuberculosis hospital? Finally, listen closely as we explore the question of who is flushing the toilets on Dr. Evan as a child. "Scares" and "laughs" (they are in quotes as we make no promises) await you.
PhD Paranormal Episode 4: The Gourd is Haunted--And Other Scary Stories
Ring in January and join Drs. Evan and Ed as they talk about a "haunted" phallic gourd, shadow people, and a creepy story from a listener email. Shadow people are a well-established part of the narratives surrounding the paranormal, but what are they? Why do we see them? Why are they here? Do they want to hurt us? Also what happens when the figure you have seen standing in your bedroom doorway since you were a toddler suddenly appears up to you and your friend on a warm summer night in West Texas? You might get a scare!
There's Always Room for Bacon-The Villisca Axe Murder House
True crime and hauntings collide as Drs. Evan and Edwin take you to one of the "most haunted places in America"--The Villisca Axe Murder House. Go back in time to June 10, 1912, when a hidden intruder gives more than 40 whacks to eight people, including six children all of whom were age 12 or under. Learn about bad forensics, skull fragment souvenirs, a lingering killer with a penchant for bacon, and what spirits might be left behind. Lock your doors and get spookily with us!
Sulfur Burps and Ghost BO--The Glore Psychiatric Museum, St. Joseph, MO
In this episode Drs. Evan and Ed take you through an exploration of the Glore Psychiatric Museum in Saint Joseph, MO. Join them, a colleague (Dr. Dom), four students, and Dr. Ed's (unfortunate) friend visiting from Minneapolis as they engage in a midnight ghost hunt. Hear the history of this former state institution and laugh and wonder at their ghostly experiences. Is the Glore haunted? Do ghosts need deodorant? Most importantly, what happens when the ghost hunter is suffering from food poisoning?
Do Ghosts like Butt Stuff?--The Sallie House
Drs. Ed and Evan introduce themselves and this new podcast that deals with a range of spooky topics. This episode explores the Sallie House, located in Atchison, KS. Over the course of the episode, they discuss the history of this remarkably normally looking house and discuss their experiences while visiting the house with a group of students from their university. Whose voices drift down the halls? Is it a demon or a ghost? Most importantly, do ghosts like butt stuff?
Love the podcast. Ed and Evan have a great synergy. Make more soon!