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Really like your show . Found it on stitcher . Keep it coming
Thanks so much Troy! We appreciate that!
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In the last few weeks you have had a show about Rockwood, which I have had the pleasure to paint [parts of it not all]. And just yesterday you talked about the saint valentines day massacre, which years ago I painted for a gentleman who’s father was the coroner who took care of the bodies…and I even held one of the bullets that was pulled from said bodies…..Also, being as I work alone in many old buildings, I have had the pleasure to see several “ghosts” over the last 30 years, including a white lady at an old Victorian mansion in Wilmington. These ghosts have never scared me which is odd because I spook easily….mostly they have left me with a sense of awe. So in conclusion I will say that history not only goes bump, but it is also often quite full of coincidences. Take care you guys, I really think you the both of you are extremely GROOVY, and I hope some day to have the pleasure of meeting you.
Thanks so much Bob! We’ve had so many synchronicities while doing the show that it is really interesting to hear that a listener has had them too. I bet you have some great stories about being in creepy old houses! Thanks for listening!!
Great show! It’s my guilty pleasure on my commute! The banter and the nuances are fantastic! Any chance there will be a Disneyland episode??? BTW, congrats on making your marriage legal!!!! 20 years and many more!
Thanks Lianna! We’re a good guilty pleasure because we don’t go straight to your hips. Episode 44 features Disneyland and we had a great time producing the episode!
Love the podcast, favorite episodes thus far are Tombstone and Alcatraz since I’ve been to both. Keep up the great work. Also Im from Utah could you find any haunting history from this location? Thanks
Glad you are enjoying the show Cameron! We’ll find something in Utah for ya!
I love your Podcast! I’m currently listening to your Krampus cast and just remembered something my grandmother used to tell me every year. Her family was German, and every year a very scary man would chase the children with a switch across the fields to the creek, but they would come back to gifts in their shoes. We having been joking around and calling our dog Krampus when she’s naughty, but now that I’ve made the connection I think I’m done.
Wow! Your grandmother knew Krampus for sure. At least there were presents after the terror – lol! Thanks for listening Heather!
I’m just listening to the next episode. To answer your question, it was actually someone play acting and chasing the children! She said it was terrifying! I remember thinking I was sure glad that switching kids wasn’t in style anymore.
Hi ladies! Love the podcast! I’d love to hear you do a show on Felt Mansion in Dorr, MI. 🙂
Thanks for listening Becki! We’ve added it to the list.
Yay! One note, I realized it’s not in Dorr, but Saugatuck! Sorry about that. 🙂
Hello! I am from Solihull in the UK and only discovered your podcast yesterday! I have already listened to several of them, really enjoyable! Thank you for your work and passion. I love your really interesting blend of history, true crime,and hauntings without any of the silliness you so often find in other ghost related podcasts. It is really great to have found you and I will be working my way through the back-catalog. My favorite so far has been Lizzie Borden!
Out of interest you refer to show notes that you post for each episode and I can’t seem to find or access them. I especially wanted to review the video of the ghost at Disneyland that you refer to. Any chance you can signpost me? Many thanks from here in England.
Thanks so much for listening Lucy! We appreciate that! Our show notes are on our blog, which you can access simply by clicking on the Blog tab here at the website. There is a search box there where you can enter key words to make it easier to find episodes. To expedite your search on this one, here is the link for the Disneyland show notes: http://historygoesbump.blogspot.com/2015/05/hgb-podcast-ep-44-haunted-disneyland.html
Well, you made and lost a listener in 16 minutes! Congratulations!!
I searched for podcasts under ‘history’, and was delighted about the History Goes Bump podcast, because it seemed to combine my 2 favourite things – history and the paranormal. I started with the Pythian Castle episode. I listened and I listened, and other than briefly mentioning it at the beginning, no talk of the castle came! Until over 16 minutes in. Well, but then I was off the bus, done my commute, and at work, so of course I turned the podcast off. What I DID hear in that first 16 minutes, was a lot of self-righteousness. The two hosts patting themselves on the back for their fans and good reviews. Ok, I thought to myself, super chatty, not getting to the subject (causing my mind to drift so I was barely listening), but let’s give them a shot.
That was, until you came across a bad review, complaining of exactly what I am commenting on – that there is too much chatter and not enough talk about the subject of the podcast. What took me aback, was that instead of taking the listener’s comments as constructive feedback, you defended yourselves, by basically saying ‘this is our podcast, sucks to be you.’
Not an impressive way to deal with it. First off, you mentioned that ‘If we’re talking for half an hour, then you’re getting half an hour of content!’ I beg to differ. If the SUBJECT of your podcast is Pythian Castle, then that is your content. If you brag about yourself for 16 minutes without getting to the topic of the podcast, then no, you are not offering the content the listener is looking for, based on the title and subject of the podcast. Secondly, the listener should not have to listen to 16 minutes of blathering in order to hear what they really want to hear. The average person listens to podcasts while they are commuting, or something similar that has a time limit. As in my situation, by the time I reached my destination, you’d only started talking about the SUBJECT of the podcast! So why should I ever tune in to your podcast again when I know that my commute will be filled with off-topic gabbing, and not the topic I’m interested in hearing about? You pull someone in with your topic – you push them away by getting off that topic.
And finally, even if I could over look all of that, and decide to tune in again, I wouldn’t, because of your attitude. I listened to minutes of the hosts gushing over themselves and their podcast, and then the MOMENT a listener offers constructive feedback or an honest opinion (that wasn’t, “OMG I love your podcast so much), you make them out to be the ones with the problem. Well I have news for you – I agree with that listener, and I don’t think they deserved your disregard of them. And I’m sure other listeners agree as well! I would happily tune in again if I knew I would hear about the subject that peaked my attention, and not after HALF of the run time of the podcast being off-topic gabbing. Let me stress that again – HALF of the runtime of your 30 minute podcast had NOTHING TO DO with the subject of the podcast!
Anyway, with the disregard you showed for that commenter, I’m sure my comment will be disregarded or shrugged off as well. But for the sake of improving your podcast in future, I certainly hope you will start considering ALL of your listeners’ feedback (and not only when it’s positive ;)).
Here’s a microphone Laura, go knock yourself out. It takes a special kind of person to judge a show based on 16 minutes. The subject of our show? Our show is everything in the show. What really cracks us up is that you wasted 16 minutes of your life, not listening to our show, but writing this comment. Like we would change format for someone so completely rude. Imagine spending hours of your life putting together free content for people and having someone shred it in minutes. You were never our listener, nor do we ever care if you would be in the future.
I am so sorry this happened to you HGB
Was think’n the same thing after the Pythian episode, Laura. Was also not impressed and have been listening to them less and less since. You said it better than I could have tho. Thanks for that!
It blows my mind. People will listen to all kinds of ads, but include listeners with the show and people bitch. Don’t listen then. There are thousands of podcasts that will completely ignore listeners and have no community, which would better suit you. I swear, you give people a free podcast that takes time out of your day to create and they throw it in your face.
Your comment is so messed up
Laura charman’s comment is so messed up
I am a newcomer to the podcast and enjoy it very much. I enjoy history and your podcast allow me to become a part of it. I like to listen to you late into the night. Thank you for all your research and hard work. Vicki
Thanks for listening Vicki and your kind comments! We appreciate it!
Found you on Podbean keep up the great work!
If you get a chance give my podcast a listen…Im new to the podcast world, and have alot to learn…but you guys are a good inspiration on how to create a great podcast.
Thanks Steve! TV Classics – I love old stuff, so I’ve subscribed. Best way we’ve found to build an audience is to build a community.
I just listened to Episod 81 about the Biltmore Estate. I love Biltmore and visit often, in fact I toured it again today. No ghosts or paranormal experiences happened! However, in you podcast some of the history was incorrect. Biltmore Estate was never “turned over to the city of Asheville”. In fact, it is still privately owned and operated by the 4th and 5th generation of George Vanderbilt’s descendents. It is a beautiful magical place!
Thanks for listening Angie! We can’t wait to visit the Biltmore later this year. I believe somebody else caught the error as well and we let the listeners know in a later podcast. Thanks for letting us know!
Thank you so much for mentioning the old Ghostly Talk podcast in a recent episode. That podcast could be the grand daddy of all current paranormal podcasts. I highly recommend people digging into Ghostly Talk.
I love your podcast, I found out about through Bizarre States.
You’re welcome and thanks for listening! And we appreciate you being an Executive Producer, John!
Love the show! I walk 4 miles every day and your podcast always comes with me. When I saw that todays podcast was about the Lexington, I couldn’t get my walking shoes on fast enough. When I was a teenager ( a looooong time ago) my family used to visit Pensacola on vacation so I have toured the Lady Lex a few times. Who knew many years later, my son would attend college in Corpus Christi, Tx where the Lex is now. I haven’t had any “experiences” yet but, my son’s gonna be in Corpus for a few more years yet and his ROTC regiment puts on a Haunted House on the Lex every year, so I look forward to it!
Wow you walk a long way Karen! Thanks for taking us with you! What a coincidence about the proximity of Lady Lex in both her locations. That ship is calling to you! Ha! How neat that your son’s ROTC rubs a haunted house on there!
Recently found your podcasts on Itunes, love how you’ve managed to combine two of my favorite interests ( ghosts and history ) together. Really enjoyed the Disneyland and the U.S.S. Lexington podcasts, as well as the life and afterlife podcasts on celebrities, but all your podcasts are first rate and entertaining. I also appreciate how when Dianne and Denise banter back and forth they keep the audience feeling engaged in the conversation and don’t feel the need to drop the f-bombs so common in a lot of other supernatural podcasts.
A suggestion for a future show would be to check out some of the reputed haunted places in my hometown of San Diego, such as Balboa Park, Hotel Del Coronado, Star of India, the Whaley House, and the Point Loma lighthouse to name a few.
( P.S. who’s the woman with the alluring English accent that plugs the show ? )
Thanks for listening Stewart! We appreciate that! Apparently, San Diego is calling to us. We just had a request from another listener for all the same places. You’ll be happy to hear that the Whaley House is the first episode scheduled in May. And we’ve added the others to the list. I’ll put your name down as a suggester for these locations. And the woman with the accent we got from fiverr.com and I can’t remember her name. She’s a great voice over actor! Thanks for contacting us! -Diane
Do you have a phone number I would like to tell you about a number of things I have experienced in the octagon hall
Hey Steve! Please email us at email@example.com and we’ll set up a time to record with you. Thanks! -Diane
First, I love your podcast, although I haven’t listened for a few months (some stuff going on). I have recommended it to several who are now avid listeners.
Second, decided to visit the lighthouse in St. Augustine, again. Though this time my kids (14 and 16) and I did the Dark of the Moon tour. It was great! Highly recommend it! Someone’s EMF reader kept going off and everyone in our group got excited. During our free time we went on the trails in the woods. We also went back into the basement to see if Peter would come out. He didn’t, but that’s ok.
Third, a suggestion. In the VERY small town of Weston, WVA, there is an incredible piece of architecture. It also happens to be the Trans Allegheny Insane Asylum, which closed in 1994. If you are lucky, one of the nurses will be outside and talk to you. She was so interesting. The history behind this is amazing and super fascinating. I have taken my kids 2x, for different tours. We will be going back as there are so many options for different tours. We have not done the paranormal tour there, but have heard amazing things. We may be brave and do the overnight! I will keep you posted if we do! They also have a building that they only use during October, for their Halloween special. SO MANY CHOICES! I highly recommend this location.
Thanks so much Astrid for sharing the podcast! We appreciate that! Glad you enjoyed the lighthouse and tour. In a recent interview I said it was the most haunted place we had ever visited. We always have experiences there! And you’ll be happy to know that I spoke with one of the experts on Trans Allegheny at the Haunted America Conference and she said she would love to join us for an episode. I’m thinking in October.
Hi ladies! Keep up the great work! This is definitely my go to podcast 🙂 I’m a proud member of the spooktacular crew and pretty soon I’ll be donating $5 a month 🙂 Keep up the great podcast!
Thanks for listening Lindsey and joining the Crew! We really appreciate that and are glad you are enjoying the podcast.
I found your podcast about a week ago and I love it!
We’re so glad you did! Thanks for listening Sheila!!
Hi from Cairns, in the tropical Northern Australia! I found your podcast by pure chance as I was looking for something interesting to listen during my long work commutes. With a crazy (but fulfilling) life like mine as a working and busy single parent, it’s great to have some ‘me’ time early in the morning and get to listen to your amazing podcast. I am passionate about history and paranormal (I have a couple of stories that I will email at some point) and you offer the perfect combination of the two, together with some good humour and quirky facts. I have been slowly catching up with all your episodes from day 1 and I would not be able to pick a favourite as I love them all!! You ladies rock! And keep safe – the news of hurricane Irma has reached us here too. Thinking of you all. Valentina xx
So glad you found us Valentina! Thank you for listening and your kind comments. They are much appreciated! Can’t wait to hear your stories! And thanks about Irma – we’re as prepared as we can be.
I have been working overnight for about a year and found this podcast 6 months ago. I am finally caught up and I was very surprised when I found your article on the Eddy House because I work about 2 miles from the location. This is by far my favorite podcast, and I have to suggest looking up Glastonbury Mountain and the man-eating rock. I Hope you are okay as you prepare for Irma, and wish you safe travels through the aftermath.
Thanks for listening Matthew and your nice comments! Your suggestion sounds quite intriguing – looking forward to checking it out. And yes, the stories around the Eddy Brothers and their house is so nuts! Keep it spooky!
I work third shift at a factory which makes safety equipment, including hard hats of which I am one of the 6 on staff who print logos on the hats. Listening to podcasts is very popular throughout the plant and one of my coworkers told me about yours. I believe she has already binged until up to date, I’m on episode 52. I love the combining of history and paranormal, I like the description skeptical believer and I think the banter between Diane and Denise is fun. I tell people I’m listening to ghost stories, I’ve passed the podcast name on to a few, and no one really bats an eye because they know I’m into the paranormal. We have a resident spirit, Doug, and over the last year I’ve had several new employees be pointed in my direction to explain Doug. I tell them if they see a shadow out of the corner of their eye, hear a weird noise or walk through a cold spot, just say “Hi, Doug.” and continue on. They, and Doug, totally appreciate the advice. And I truly enjoy your podcast. I look forward to getting caught up over the next month and maybe be up to date by Halloween, my favorite holiday. Thanks for all the work you do putting these podcasts and the blog together. Blessed be
So glad to have you listening Sheila and so happy your co-worker turned you on to us! Glad we can help you get through your work shift! And Doug sounds like an interesting character! Good way to initiate the newbies anyway! Thanks for listening and keep it spooky! -Diane
Awesome show!!! I just discovered your podcast today and I was 4 shows in before I knew it. I like the guest you’ve had on and the stories they share. I know I will be spending the next few days getting caught up and looking forward to your next show. Thanks….Roger(with 2 r’s…lol)
Hey Roger with 2 Rs! Thanks so much for listening to the podcast and thank you for your donation! Both are greatly appreciated!
I love your show! Just discovered it the other day and it’s great! You all should check out Haunted Wilmington,NC lots of ghost activity here! Savannah GA is great too! The oakdale cemetery is awesome!
Hey Rachel! Thanks for listening! We actually went on a ghost tour in Wilmington in 2016 on one of our road trips. And yes, it does have a lot of activity going on there. We’ve been to Savannah several times and we absolutely love it! Especially the cemeteries! But we have not hit Oakdale yet. Need to put that on the list!
This is a great podcast! Awesome blend of history an the supernatural! Ii have been enjoying listening while I’m at work. Has been very entertaining! I have had several experiences in my life as well.. Can’t wait for the next podcast!
Glad you are enjoying the podcast! Would love to hear about your experiences! -Diane
Love the show! Hope there are plans to bring Kelly on as a cohost eventually. I Love Diane but I kind of miss the back and forth between her and Denise.
Thanks so much Mike! I imagine Kelly may just be in some future episodes 😉
I am loving your show. I came acrossed it while listening to” stuff you missed in history class” and it sounded intriguing. I have been listening for a couple of months (#290 Queen Mary) and now trying to catch up with all the older shows. I love the banter, tidbits and squirrel holes. It makes the show fun and I feel like I’m sitting with you in your living room having a chat. You have made me laugh and taught me new things as I drive to work, karate class or just around town. I have even yelled back at the radio when you accidentally called N.J. New England. I live in south N.J. near Philly so there’s lots of history, ghosts and lovely cemeteries (I accidentally scared some one once in one) around here. Could I add a few of my hauntings your possible future podcast list of cape May, N.J., Mt. Holly/Battle of Ironworks Hill, and the old Burlington county jail. I was also going to add Ft Mifflin, but you already did a show on that very cool place. I just didn’t catch up to that one yet. Keep up the spooktacular show.
Hey Jacquelyn! So glad you are listening!! I love your suggestions and have added them! We did do the Emlen Physick Estate in Cape May, but I know there are more haunts there. And boy did I screw up when I said New Jersey was part of New England! I have definitely heard about it – lol!!
Dear Diane, I have been listening to your wonderful podcast for years!! I love history, and have a very avid interest in the paranormal, after all, as a child of 5 or 6 I would rather play in one of the oldest cemeteries in St. Paul, MN (only a block from my grandmother’s house) than with other kids in the neighborhood. Of course, grandma never questioned where the flowers came from (lol). Even at that young age, I found history and genealogy fascinating. A fascination that has lasted my entire 71 years.
Your latest podcast spoke of drive in theaters. Well, 3 years ago I moved from Huntington Beach, CA to a wonderful little town in the high desert called 29 Palms. There’s about 20K people spread out over 65 square miles, oh, and the world’s largest marine corps training base of about 15,000 marines — literally less than 2 miles from my front door. We are also right at the north entrance to the 800K square mile Joshua Tree National Park. Check out the website. It’s very interesting.
About 300 ft. from my back door is the Smith’s Ranch Drive In Theater. One of the LAST in Southern California. It’s a very historic venue, having been established 70 years ago or so. It’s open 4 days a week, shows 2 movies a night, and they are VERY current. This week we have John Wick 3 and Long Shot. All for $5.00. When Avengers Endgame was showing, we had it the weekend it opened, and lines that went forever. Here’s the web site for it: www:29drive-in.com, So, all I have to do is walk over, pay my $5 and sit in the outside patio, with water fall feature, and enjoy the movies on a beautiful desert night. What more can you ask for.
Now, for other stuff. Have you ever done cast on the Griggs Mansion in St. Paul, MN? It’s considered to the most haunted house in St. Paul, possibly, even in Minnesota. The reason I’m asking is that in 1963, I think, I spent the summer working as a Jill of all trades for the summer. My first real job. I did clerical work, clean up work and whatever needed to be done. That was the last year that the St. Paul Art Center was there. After that, the mansion was bought by Carl L. Wescheke who was a publisher of occult books and the founder of Llewelyn Publishing, which publishes FATE magazine. He was there for a couple of years. The home has an EXTENSIVE history of haunting and there’s about seven or eight spirits inhabiting it. Just check it out on the net, but it’s the Chauncy Griggs Mansion – there’s another Griggs place, but it’s not haunted. As far as I know, the house is privately owned now.
Now, back to my story, YES I experienced several “haunted” things during that summer, I have always been “sensitive” to the paranormal (remember, playing in cemeteries (lol). So didn’t allow it to affect me too much. Also, at this time I had no clue about the reputation of the home. Going forward to the early 80’s I found a book called the “Haunted Heartland” which had the Griggs Mansion in it. Imagine my shock when I found out about it’s reputation!!! It also explained some of the strange things I encountered while I was there, that summer.
Also, have you ever done Sleepy Hollow? Again, a personal reason. I recently found out that the man who built the Reformed Church in Sleepy Hollow, Frederick Phillipse, is my 13th great grandfather (wow) and he his two wives and some other family member are buried in the crypt of that church. (Love genealogy and DNA)
I also have a great grandfather who drove freight and passengers from Sundance, WY to Deadwood, SD. And yes, I’ve been there to visit Mt. Moriah Cemetary on one of my road trips. Having been in the military and of an adventurous nature, I’ve been in ALOT of places, both here in the US and all over Europe always checking out burial sites, many of the places you have done episodes on.
Lastly, I mentioned being “sensitive” to paranormal phenomena, well I, it really a little more than that. I have had the experience of seeing full bodied apparitions a few times, including my maternal Grandmother in 1958 and my son, Robert in 1985. Being an animal lover, I have even had phantom pets pay me a visit now and then. I have sensed presences in many of the places I have visited and have heard voices. I have visited battlefields, historic buildings, churches and burial sites all across the US and in several countries and cities in Europe. These experiences are so common for me that I just accept them as being “normal” and I love it. It may sound strange, but it reinforces my belief in life after death, and I feel so fortunate had have this ability.
Sorry this has taken so long, but I was trying to hit the high points of my 71 years. Please don’t ever stop because your podcast combines my two most avid interests.
Love and Hugs, Sharon Remackel
Wow Sharon! Thanks so much for your wonderful comments! I love that you still have a drive-in so close to you and I’m jealous you can just walk over! And I can just see you as a little girl, frolicking in the cemetery and gathering flowers to take home. We have done Sleepy Hollow and the Headless Horsemen. It was episode 155. And how cool that you have a genealogical connection! Thank you for sharing your experiences! I look forward to sharing them with the listeners! -Diane
Was quite surprised to hear you read the WHOLE post — and as part of your 300th episode. What an honor. We had more of a synchronicity going on than you think, as my original post had a whole paragraph on the Joshua Tree Inn and Gram Parson’s macabre death/cremation (almost) and his subsequent haunting of room 8. But, I removed it to shorten things up a bit. Also, thank you for adding the Griggs Mansion to your list. I’m sure you’ll have fun researching it.
Here’s a bit of trivia. In the middle 1800’s Mormon pioneers came though this valley on their migration to the west coast. When they saw the Yucca trees they reminded them of Joshua at the battle of Jericho, with his arms raised up, so they called them Joshua Trees — and the rest is history (lol). Sharon
All I can say is WHOA!! Thanks for the trivia too! -Diane
Love to listen to your show. I have been going through the podcasts from most current to your earlier podcasts; i am an avid fan of history and anything supernatural or paranormal. Listening to your podcast helps my work day go faster. I am currently listening to episode 268 Hauntings of the Cumberlands; and am actually getting disgusted listening to the person that you are interviewing. I am having a hard time believing half of the things she is saying. I know people have complained before about episodes like this. May I suggest that when you do episodes like this, you interview a few people from the area. I will continue to listen as I find your podcast very interesting, but really a whole show with one person is a little much. Keep up the good work and tell Mort I like listening to him too.
Thanks for listening Vicki! Using the term “disgusting” in regards to a fellow listener seems a bit heavy handed. Listeners join me often to share their insight and experiences about a location they have suggested. I have absolutely no way to talk to a bunch of people from one area as I am usually not at the location. So there are many episodes you probably won’t enjoy. I don’t have them join me as much now as editing takes too long. Mort says, “Thanks!”
I have been binge listening for a while and love the show.i am on episode 223 and heard that Diane was wanting to find stories of nude ghosts. One kept coming to mind from Paranormal Witness. This was a heartwarming story of a mother’s love that goes beyond death. Christine Skudish, 24 was traveling with her son along Hgwy 50. Her son, Nick was 3 at the time. They ran off the road and down a steep enbankment. Christine died in the crash, and Nick was in the car with his mom, not understanding what happened to her.
On June 10, 1994, Deborah Hoyt had an urgent feeling to travel this highway and Deborah and her husband went down this road. As they traveled Deborah saw a nude woman laying on the side of the road. She asked her husband to turn around and go back, thinking the woman was injured. She could not find the woman, but they were able to find the car crash, that could not be seen from the road. This saved her sons life. This happened in Southern California.
I am not sure of the actual events of this story, but it is a sweet story of how a mom saved her so.
Thanks for listening Suzanne and for your support! I had heard this story before and it really is heartwarming to know that mom was able to save him by not only bringing attention to him, but I imagine she kept him alive in the car too. Thanks for sharing!
I just found out about you guys last Sunday, so I’m working my way through. Thanks for your great show. I don’t think you’ve done either of these yet so could you consider doing a show on haunted South Bend Indiana or haunted Gary Indiana?
Thanks for listening Rachel. We definitely have Gary, Indiana on the list! Lots of requests for that!
Hey guys! I just discovered your podcast on Spotify. And, I have really enjoyed it so far. Have you guys ever explored any places in North Carolina? That’s where I am from, and there seems to be so many hot spots here.
It definitely is full of hot spots! We’ve made a trip through the state and visited the outer islands and all through the middle. Asheville was our favorite! We have many episodes from the Biltmore to Moses Cone Mansion to road trip episodes.
Hi Mrs. Kelly and Mrs .Diane!,
I want to say I love your podcast and I am 11 years old .I found this Podcast a few months ago on a drive back from tarpon springs , Tampa, Fl and have been listening ever since . I have been on a few close ghost encounters and love hearing about and experiencing the paranormal. Your podcasts are funny , historical, informative and spooky. I have been listening to this podcasts in the car , on my bed , on the sofa and so basically everywhere , I watch a few episodes a day. We just learned you guys are in central Florida and my mom and I would love to meet you puts . My mom will send a comment soon. I have been to the ringling museum, ybor city , the Biltmore and many more places you have done podcasts of. We would like to donate to the cemetery and be in a mausoleum in the cemetery. A personal favorite podcast of mine is the trans Allegheny insane asylum. Don’t listen to any of the terrible comments, keep doing great ! My mom and I would like to stay in communication with you.
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Listening and love your show. I really love the way you eave history with ghostly events. It just clicks! Can you answer me one question? You have a big band snippet when you do today in history,I just love it. Can you please send me the name of that snippet/song and the name of the Orquestra. It compliments your show. I am bingeing your show and it is the best I’ve heard all over the podnet. Keep up the Great Job!
Hey Reuben! The piece is called “In Your Arms” and it is by Kevin MacLeod. Here it is on YouTube: https://youtu.be/L9IIFLSgE2c It is available on iTunes I believe and here is the website: https://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/?keywords=%20%C8%D5%B1%BE%B5%DB%B9%FA%D6%F7%D2%E5%C7%D6%D5%BC%CA%B1%C6%DA%A3%A81940~1945%C4%EA%A3%A9&Search=Search Thanks for listening! -Diane