073 Sausage King Murder – with Mondo

Does the Sausage King’s wife still haunt Chicago? Favorite guest Mondo joins Pat and Rebecca to discuss and debate the story of the Sausage King. In 1897, the wife of Adolph Luetgert, the Sausage King of Chicago, was reported missing. Two trials later, Luetgert was convicted of killing his wife Louisa. Since her death, reports of her ghost have haunted both their former home and the sausage factory where her body was supposedly dissolved. Listen to the debate and then you decide – does Louisa Luetgert haunt Chicago?

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072 Spirit Photography

Does Spirit Photography capture images of the departed? Soon after the invention of photography came spirit photography as part of the Spiritualist movement. Since then, photographers have claimed to capture the image of those that have past on in photos.  Some say yes, but many say no. Listen to the debate and then you decide – is spirit photography real?

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071 Salem Witch Trials with Jacob Mayfield

Psychic entertainer Jacob Mayfield joins Ghostly to talk about Salem and the witch trials. In 1692, more than 100 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Did condemning innocent people lead to the town being haunted? Join us to learn about the history of this event and the terrifying ghost stories people still claim to experience. Then you decide – is Salem haunted?

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Cecil Hotel Ghostly Podcast

Bonus Episode – Hotel Cecil with Bob After Dark

In a special bonus episode, Ghostly joins Bob After Dark to talk about the super creepy Cecil Hotel. After the Netflix show Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel about the tragedy of Elisa Lam, we all knew we wanted to learn more about this place some call one of the most haunted hotels in the United States. With all the interest in this place, what paranormal evidence has been found?

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064 University of Notre Dame

Is the University of Notre Dame haunted? Pat and Rebecca explore one of the most haunted colleges in the United States, the University of Notre Dame. Students and employees claim that Washington Hall is haunted by the ghost of The Gipper and that the founder, Father Edward Sorin, still keeps watch over the school to this day. Is this university haunted?

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063 The Stanley Hotel made famous by The Shining

Is the Stanley Hotel haunted? Pat and Rebecca explore one of the world’s most haunted hotels. The Stanley Hotel inspired Stephen King to write The Shining. Over the years many guests have claimed to see ghosts and experienced paranormal activity. Is it true?

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060 Titanic with David Vox Mullen

Pat and Rebecca explore the tragic sinking of the Titanic and ghost stories that surround it. David Vox Mullen from the paranormal podcast EPH612 joins to tell the story of his own ancestor who died on the Titanic. There are countless ghost stories of those who were lost in this tragedy, but are they real?

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New Year’s Predictions with Jacob Mayfield

In this surprise bonus episode, Pat and Rebecca are joined by mind reader, mentalist, and psychic entertainer Jacob Mayfield for a 2021 reading for Ghostly! Jacob uses home divination techniques that anyone can use without special knowledge (dice, palm reading, and cards). We hope listeners will enjoy doing some fortune-telling themselves using Jacob’s amazing resources (see below). Will Ghostly’s readings come 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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