30 min

We Didn’t Know Our Solar Home Was Haunted Until We Got a Text from the Ghost Probably True Solar Stories

    • Comedy Fiction

This Probably True Solar Story is the first haunted solar house story ever told... So... we're making pop-culture history! I think... If you find another one, let me know. 

As for the story, it's about a family that's moved into an updated solar home that seems to be haunted by a ghost with an unfulfilled environmental mission. But will that mission help the family ... or hurt them?

This episode is fairly tame in the scary story department. There are a couple of bad words. So... listen to it first before sharing it with any little ones.

True solar takeaways:
Clean your solar panels regularly or a ghost might remind youYou can make your solar home net zero--producing more solar energy than your home uses every yearLower your hot water heater's temperature to 120 degrees Fahrenheit, 49 degrees Celcius. Vampire loads, (TVs, stereos, cable boxes, and other appliances on standby mode) suck energy and waste money. Get smart plugs and power strips.LED lightbulbs save money now. Don't wait until your old ones burn out.  Solar homes have a higher resale value.   Visit ProbablyTrueSolar.com to sign up for the newsletter Follow @SolarFred and/or @ProbTrueSolar on Twitter to discuss episodes You can now leave a voice comment on ProbablyTrueSolar.com. We might even share your comment on the next episode. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review!

This Probably True Solar Story is the first haunted solar house story ever told... So... we're making pop-culture history! I think... If you find another one, let me know. 

As for the story, it's about a family that's moved into an updated solar home that seems to be haunted by a ghost with an unfulfilled environmental mission. But will that mission help the family ... or hurt them?

This episode is fairly tame in the scary story department. There are a couple of bad words. So... listen to it first before sharing it with any little ones.

True solar takeaways:
Clean your solar panels regularly or a ghost might remind youYou can make your solar home net zero--producing more solar energy than your home uses every yearLower your hot water heater's temperature to 120 degrees Fahrenheit, 49 degrees Celcius. Vampire loads, (TVs, stereos, cable boxes, and other appliances on standby mode) suck energy and waste money. Get smart plugs and power strips.LED lightbulbs save money now. Don't wait until your old ones burn out.  Solar homes have a higher resale value.   Visit ProbablyTrueSolar.com to sign up for the newsletter Follow @SolarFred and/or @ProbTrueSolar on Twitter to discuss episodes You can now leave a voice comment on ProbablyTrueSolar.com. We might even share your comment on the next episode. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review!

30 min