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040 Microclimates and the Paranormal

Is some paranormal evidence really just microclimates? In Ghostly’s fortieth episode, Pat and Rebecca are joined by friends of the podcast Nick Mataragas from Memoriam Development and Bob Anderson from Bob After Dark. They all take a dive deep into a frequent topic on Ghostly: Microclimates. When talking about paranormal activity, believers and skeptics often debate if a cold spot is just a microclimate. But is that true?

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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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031 Clown Motel

Is the Clown Motel Haunted? In Ghostly’s thirty-first episode, Pat and Rebecca explore the Clown Motel in Tonopah, NV. This motel is full of clowns in all shapes and sizes, and is also located right next to a cemetery. Many claim they have seen and heard paranormal activity while spending the night. Is it haunted?

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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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