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029 Ghostly’s Exorcism

Are exorcisms real? In Ghostly’s twenty-ninth episode, Pat and Rebecca conclude Ghostly’s Exorcism series with a debate on what is real. They take a look all the evidence on both sides and introduce some new stories, and then our hosts are going to come down on one side or the other.

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028 The Exorcist (Roland Doe / Ronald Hunkeler)

What real-life exorcism inspired The Exorcist? In Ghostly’s twenty-eighth episode, Pat and Rebecca continue their exploration of exorcisms by taking a closer look at the real story behind the movie The Exorcist. Roland Doe was a 14-year-old boy who survived a series of exorcisms at a hospital in St. Louis. Was he really possessed?

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027 The Exorcism of Emily Rose (Anneliese Michel)

Was the Exorcism of Emily Rose (Anneliese Michel) Real? Pat and Rebecca explore exorcisms by taking a closer look at the real story behind the movie The Exorcism of Emily Rose. The movie is based on the real life of Anneliese Michel and her claim of being possessed. Her death after receiving the rite of exorcism led to criminal charges for her parents and the priests involved. Was Anneliese (aka Emily Rose) really possessed by demons?

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025 Biltmore Hotel – Florida

In Ghostly’s twenty-fifth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore one of the most haunted hotels in America, the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida, just outside of Miami. Not only is the Biltmore one of the most beautiful hotels, it houses so many ghosts that parts of the hotel are only rented when there is no other choice. Is the Biltmore haunted?

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024 Haunted Elgin with Special Guest Bob After Dark

In Ghostly’s twenty-fourth episode, Pat, Rebecca, and special guests Bob Anderson and Anthony Di Fabio from Bob After Dark explore and debate two terrifying haunted locations in Elgin, Illinois with Ghostly’s first LIVE SHOW at Elgin Fringe Fest!

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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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021 Marie Laveau

In Ghostly’s twenty-first episode, Pat and Rebecca explore Marie Laveau, the original Voodoo Queen of New Orleans. Born in 1801, she was known for her charity work and voodoo magic. Since her death, Laveau has been seen all around New Orleans, at her home, at her tomb, and on the streets. Does Marie Laveau still haunt New Orleans?

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