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037 William Henry Harrison – 31 Days in Office

Does William Henry Harrison still haunt this Earth? In Ghostly’s thirty-seventh episode, Pat and Rebecca tell the story of President William Henry Harrison in honor of President’s Day. Harrison was the first president to die in office after only 31 days. Does the United States’ 9th President haunt the attic of the White House?

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035 Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary

Is Alcatraz haunted? In Ghostly’s thirty-fifth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore Alcatraz prison, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States. Not only does this former fortress have an interesting history, it also is shrouded in spooky stories. But is it a home for ghosts?

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032 Hull House, Jane Addams, and the Devil Baby

Is Hull House haunted? In Ghostly’s thirty-second episode, Pat and Rebecca and special guest Mondo explore Jane Addam’s Hull House and the Devil Baby in Chicago. Hull House is often called one of the most haunted locations in the city. In its heyday as a settlement house, legends told of a devil baby born and kept at the mansion. Stories of a woman in white and other spirits draw visitors from all over the world. But is it 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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020 Eastland Disaster

In Ghostly’s twentieth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore the Eastland Disaster, the deadliest maritime disaster on the Great Lakes. On July 24th 1915, 844 people lost their lives when the Eastland capsized. This year is the 104th anniversary of this horrific event. Since the accident, visitors to the area of the disaster as well as those in places where the bodies were taken have reported noises and visions of faces and ghost figures.

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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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