Talking Paranormally Cemeteries – Scott Larson, Jack Chavez, Ghostly, and Bob After Dark
Bonus Episode! Listen to the spookiest paranormal podcasts Ghostly and Bob After Dark in Talking Paranormally for a discussion on haunted cemeteries! Cemeteries are well-known for being some of the most haunted places on earth, and this panel explores some of the creepiest ones.
The podcast hosts, Pat Harrington, Rebecca Rivers, and Bob Anderson are joined by special guests Scott Larson, historian and creator and artist of the comic book series Visitations and Jack Chavez, a paranormal investigator and previous consultant for Discovery Channel’s Expedition X as well as CW network’s show Mysteries Decoded.
Paranormal Cemetery Stories
Rosehill Cemetery in Chicago, IL
Scott Larson covers one of Chicago’s largest and most beautiful cemeteries – and definitely one of the most haunted.
Bachelor’s Grove in Midlothian, IL
Jack Chavez tells us about one of the most haunted cemeteries in the world, Bachelor’s Grove.
Spider’s Gate in Leicester, Massachusetts
Bob Anderson explores one of the oldest, creepiest cemeteries in the US, Spider’s Gate. Some claim that this Quaker graveyard houses a gate to hell.
Glasnevin in Dublin, Ireland
Rebecca Rivers looks at one of the largest still-active cemeteries in the world, Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin, Ireland.
Panelists on Cemeteries
Scott Larson is a native Chicagoian and is a graduate of Loyola University Of Chicago as well as The American Academy of Art Chicago. He’s a historian, religious education teacher and an artist, best known for his work in advertising and the comic book industry. He is currently the creator and artist of the graphic novel series Visitations. Visitations is the history of Chicago as seen through the eyes of the residents of the city’s oldest cemetery.
Jack Chavez was born and raised in Chicago. He received his bachelor’s degree in anthropology and a minor in history. He has collaborated with Mutual UFO Network’s Illinois State Director Sam Maranto, Chicago Northside’s prominent medium Christine Zenino. Jack has also consulted for Discovery Channel’s Expedition X as well as CW network’s show Mysteries Decoded. He has investigated several haunted locations in the midwest, co-piloted several ghost tours, and interviewed several witnesses to apparitions, sasquatch, mothman, angels, fairies, alien beings, time slips, and more. His interests are theology, physics, literature, and earth science. Fun Fact: He gives a polite nod to the neighborhood cats because he feels like they judge him as he walks by.
Bob is the host of the paranormal podcast, Bob After Dark. He has been a paranormal enthusiast since he was a wee-lad. Bob has dabbled in many aspects of the spooky world from both research and investigations. He is sort of a Swiss-Army-Knife in the occulty world, knowing a bit about not only ghostly hauntings, but cryptozoology, and demonology. Bob also helps people with any sort of paranormal phenomena that they may be experiencing.
Rebecca is a co-host and the resident believer of Ghostly Podcast. She has been interested in the paranormal and all things spooky since childhood. Rebecca is also the host of the The Walking Dead Podcast on the DVMPE network and can be heard on multiple Memoriam Development Podcasts, including Freak of the Week and Mr. Wiggly’s Moist and Happy Friendship Garden. Rebecca received her Master’s degree in English Literature from DePaul University and loves sharing Creepy Bedtime Stories on Ghostly’s YouTube channel
Patrick Harrington – Moderator
Pat is the other half of Ghostly and The Walking Dead podcast on the DVMPE network. While Patrick is a known skeptic he has a love of everything spooky. He promises to behave today. You can find Pat on almost all Memoriam Development Podcasts, or watching the live streams of Bob After Dark when he’s not behind the microphone. He’s also the one with the background
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Music for this episode was performed by Michael Rivers
Intro: “III. Allegro moderato from Gargoyles” by Lowell Liebermann
Outro: “Dream Images (Love-Death Music)” by George Crumb
Bumper: “Ghost Waltz” by Lowell Liebermann
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