056 Mary Todd Lincoln Seances

Are Seances real? Pat and Rebecca conclude their séance series with Mary Todd Lincoln. While at the White House, Mary Lincoln famously hosted at least 8 seances. She also attended many more throughout her tragic life. Do they prove that seances are real?

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055 Houdini Seances with Jacob Mayfield

Special Guest Jacob Mayfield, mind reader, mentalist, and psychic entertainer from Chicago, will be recreating this spectacular event this year and he’s here to talk about the history of Harry Houdini and his séance. Pat and Rebecca then debate whether Houdini has ever appeared. What do you think?

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054 Interview with a Medium – Mahala Bacon

Do you believe in seances? Pat and Rebecca are celebrating October with a month of spooky episodes on seances and talking to the dead. This first episode is an interview with an internationally renowned medium, Mahala D. Bacon, Th. D. Speaking with Rebecca, Mahala answers questions about all aspects of seances and readings. What do you think happens at a séance?

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053 Old Joliet Prison

Is Joliet Prison haunted? Pat and Rebecca explore another south suburban Chicago landmark with a haunted past – Joliet Prison. Over its 140+ year history, Joliet Prison housed thousands of inmates and has been used in several popular movies (Blues Brothers) and television shows (Prison Break, Empire). But is it haunted?

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052 The Country House

Is the Country House restaurant haunted? Pat and Rebecca explore a suburban Chicago restaurant with so many ghost stories they can barely fit in one episode. Joining them this episode is special guest host and listener-favorite Mondo as well as a feature interview from Neal and Steve from Graveside Paranormal. After listening to all the stories and investigations you decide – is the Country House restaurant haunted?

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051 Dr White’s Sanitarium

Is the White Sanitarium haunted? Pat and Rebecca explore one of the most haunted sites in Texas, the White Sanitarium or the Old Insane Asylum. In the 1920’s Dr. Frank White built the White Sanitarium as a new way to help the mental ill or those with tuberculosis. The history of this place is not well known, but those in the town as well as some who have lived there claim it haunted by spirits. Is it true?

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050 Amityville Horror

Is the Amityville house haunted? Pat and Rebecca explore one of the most famous ghost stories of all time – the Amityville Horror. The Lutz family fled the house on Ocean Avenue after only 28 days. They claim the same spirit that caused the oldest son of the previous occupants to kill his whole family was also attacking George. After the book and movie, The Amityville Horror came out, the debate was set. Were they telling the truth?

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049 Gettysburg

Is Gettysburg haunted? Pat and Rebecca explore the town and battlefields of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. This town was home to the largest battle of the Civil War, which took place over three days in 1863. Today many people claim it is haunted with the souls of those that died in battle. Is it?

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048 Bloody Mary

Pat and Rebecca explore the legend of Bloody Mary. A favorite game at slumber parties, the story of Bloody Mary tells of a bloody figure that appears to those who dare utter her name in mirror multiple times. Many people claim to have seen this figure. Is it true?

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047 Island of the Dolls

Pat and Rebecca explore La Isla de las Muñecas, or the Island of the Dolls. In a series of canals in Xochimilco there is an island full of dolls strung up everywhere. Julian Santana Barrera believed the canals and the island were full of spirits and that the dolls helped keep them at bay. Have they?

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