Raynham Hall in New York has seen much history in its time. The homestead survived the Revolutionary War and occupation by a British regiment. It was part of a spy ring as well. It has survived years of additions being added to the building and the changing of hands. Something else has survived from the past as well. It would seem the spirits of the former occupants have decided to stay as well. Come with us as we explore the history and hauntings of Raynham Hall. Moment in Oddity features a strange creature found in Russia and This Day in History features the patent of the sewing machine.
Hyde Hall is a beautiful classical country mansion built by George Clarke in New York. The setting is Glimmerglass State Park, which is named for the gorgeous lake located there. Hyde Hall not only has a rich familial history, but a haunting one as well with rumors of curses. Join Diane and Denise as they share the details! The Moment in Oddity features missing brains and This Day in History is about Pride’s Purge.
The quaint and beautifully located historic Shanley Hotel in New York is the subject of today’s podcast. The hotel has a rich past and is today considered one of the most haunted hotels on the east coast. The Moment in Oddity features Moeraki Boulders and the Day in History features the creation of LSD. Diane and Denise also banter a bit about what ghosts could be as well as discuss the upcoming inaugural meet-up for the Spooktacular Crew and we have some shout outs and feedback to share!