Listen this week as Gina talks about the mysteriously haunted Annabelle doll and controversial paranormal investigators Ed & Lorraine Warren. Then Diana talks about the murder of Dariusz Janiszewski in Poland as well as the twists and turns that prove that the truth is stranger than fiction.
Unfortunately this week we do not cover our usual topics and themes because we struggled with technical difficulties. We’ll be back next week with the Black Dahlia! In the meantime, join us as we learn how much we know about each other by answering friend tag questions. If you’ve ever wondered what our favorite true crimes are and who we would choose to haunt us, this is the episode for you!
This week Gina talks about the death of Danny Hansford at the hand of Jim Williams in Savannah, Georgia. Then Diana talks about Dorothy Eady AKA Omm Sety, a woman who believed she was a reincarnated Egyptian priestess.
Join Diana and Gina this week as they talk more about the Lost Colony of Roanoke with a special guest.
Resource – A Kingdom Strange: The Brief and Tragic History of the Lost Colony of Roanoke by James Horn
Join us this week as Diana discusses the puzzling WOW! Signal and Gina reignites the controversial Tanya Harding scandal.
Join us this week as Diana and Gina talk about the paranormal activity within the Bridgewater Triangle in Massachusetts and the sad greed fueled murder of the Ewell Family in Fresno, California.
Join us this week as your hosts Gina and Diana talk more about flappers and ghosts. This week we discuss the Butterfly Murders that took place during the 1920’s and the haunted happenings at the Lemp Mansion.
Join hosts Diana and Gina as they talk more about the infamous murder at Hinterkaifeck farm in Germany in 1922.
Join Diana and Gina as they start the new year by discussing Israel Keyes, a terrifyingly cold modern day serial killer.
Join hosts Diana and Gina for a Christmas special! Get to know your hosts with a holiday Q&A and enjoy a Victorian style Christmas Eve with a spooky story.
The Ghost Finder by William Hope Hodgson published in The Idler, June 1910.