History Goes Bump is in Chicago. Denise and Diane share a brief history of the city and several of the haunted locations in the city. Highlights include Resurrection Cemetery, the site of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, the Hull House, the Water Tower and the Murder Castle.
Denise and Diane have traveled to Louisville, Kentucky on Day 2 of the History Goes Bump Road Trip 2015. They share a brief history of the city and the hauntings that have been a part of the city for decades, including those at Waverley Hills Sanatorium!
Denise and Diane have hit the road and they are taking listeners with them! Here is Day 1 of Road Trip 2015 with their first stop in Chattanooga! Listen as they travel from Chattanooga to Louisville, Kentucky and share a brief history of Chattanooga and the hauntings of this city that they learned about on the Chattanooga Ghost Tour with Kevin.
As a special thank you to our listeners, here is BonusCast 4 featuring some outtakes from the show. We’re not sure you’ll think of it as much of a gift, but we pull back the curtain to reveal we aren’t perfect…shocking we know! Enjoy!
Come gather round the cyber fire as we share a most wonderful holiday tradition! We are sharing ghost tales as we wait for the arrival of Santa Claus! We share a brief history of the Christmas tradition of telling “scary ghost stories” and then two classic creepy ghost tales are read. The first is M R James “Canon Alberic’s Scrapbook” and the second is H. Russell Wakefield’s “The Red Lodge.” Grab your cocoa and eggnog and join us!
This is the History Goes Bump Halloween Special. Join us as we share a brief history of Halloween and then we share listeners true ghost stories that are sure to chill you to the bone! Haunted theaters, homes and the return of loved ones!