023 John Dillinger

In Ghostly’s twenty-third episode, Pat, Rebecca, and special guest Mondo explore the life and afterlife of John Dillinger, one of the FBI’s first #1 Most Wanted criminals. Dillinger robbed banks during the Great Depression while styling himself as a Robin Hood figure. Not only did he escape capture many times, he also escaped jail when he was captured. After he was finally trapped and killed by the Division of Investigation (later known as the FBI) outside of the Biograph Theater in Chicago, many claim to have seen his ghost.

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022 Forever 27 Club

In Ghostly’s twenty-second episode, Pat and Rebecca explore the curse of the 27 Club. Over the last century, many young artists have died at the age of 27 and legend says this is because they are cursed due to their immense talent and fast lifestyle. Or maybe even a deal with the devil.

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019 Abraham Lincoln

In Ghostly’s nineteenth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore President Abraham Lincoln and the stories of his ghost. The sixteenth president of the United States had an interesting life, but one that was also filled with sadness. Since his untimely death, stories of his ghost have been told by many, including presidents and heads of state.

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013 Edgar Allan Poe

In Ghostly’s thirteenth episode, Pat and Rebecca celebrate six months of Ghostly as well as National Poetry Month by exploring the haunting history of Edgar Allan Poe and the ghostly sightings that have continued after his death. Poe’s life was full of tragedy and death is even more mysterious than his dark stories.

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012 Winchester Mystery House

In Ghostly’s twelfth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California. The Winchester House is said to have been built by a woman trying to keep spirits at bay, but what is the truth behind this fantastical house?

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002 The Italian Bride

In Ghostly’s second episode, Pat and Rebecca explore the story of the Italian Bride. Julia Buccola Petta tragic story extends beyond her death during childbirth at the age of 29. After her original burial in Mount Caramel Cemetery, her mother, Filomena, claims to have been visited by Julia’s ghost in her dreams, telling her mother to disinter her body.

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