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Here we are in the midpoint of our college tour-palooza! We hope you're learning a thing or two. In this episode, Zoey talks about the famous ghost of Roy Simms from Texas A&M, but don't worry, he's not the only ghost on campus. The spirit of dog mascot Reveille V is on Kyle Field and you can hear how she makes her presence known. Robin shares a fe…
 
For the second installment of the second season of our Haunted College Tour Palooza, we're traveling (metaphorically, of course) to three colleges in Mississippi. The Mississippi University for Women, Delta State University, and Mississippi State University all come with paranormal encounters haunting their halls. Listen to learn about Mary (a Civi…
 
Welcome back to the 2nd annual Haunted College Tour-palooza by Haunted Hospitality! We'd like to remind everyone of our sole purpose in doing the College Tour - to scare incoming freshmen. So if you know anyone attending these colleges in the fall, be sure to send the episode their way! In this episode, Zoey covers what she has dubbed the most haun…
 
Have you ever wandered into the woods by yourself only to feel like you were being watched? If so, you aren't alone. In this episode, Robin scoured the internet for first person accounts of paranormal experiences in the Southern US wilderness. Expect five true horror stories spanning Appalachia, involving an arsonist ghost, a dopplegänger, a potent…
 
Robin is still out this week, so Zoey invited guest Brittany onto the podcast. Brittany is an equally southern friend of Robin and Zoey, the third in the trio, and Zoey's other Bridesmaid! In today's episode, Zoey covers the Patreon requested story of the Yorktown Memorial Hospital (thank you Haley for the recc!) in Yorktown, Texas. This hospital h…
 
Hello, everyone! Zoey here. If you listen to the first five minutes of the episode, you already know this, but in case you haven't and are looking at the title saying "that isn't southern?" allow me to explain. For Robin's mental well being, we're not going to share all the details but it boils down to this. Robin got hurt in an accident, and while…
 
Say that five times fast! Robin did! In today's episode, Zoey brings us to the small town of Bladenboro, NC, population, 1,750. But this small town has a big story. In the year of 1932, the Williams family became the talk of the town when, over a four day span, over 20 mysterious, source-less fires erupted throughout their home. Zoey goes over the …
 
Marie Laveau — AKA the Vodou Queen of New Orleans — is as much a mystery to us in death as she was in life. Newspaper accounts of the time ricocheted between love and hate, respect and fear. But who was this woman, a descendant of enslaved people, with her thumb on the pulse of Louisiana power? If anything, Vodou was and is even more controversial …
 
Zoey brings us to San Antonio, Texas to visit the historic San Fernando Cathedral. As the longest standing continuously functioning religious communities in the state of Texas, it has a lot of history. And with that history comes ghosts. It also helps that there are supposedly people buried in the walls, it holds ashes of Alamo soldiers, and a hors…
 
On Friday, June 13, 1980, Candy Montgomery dropped by her friend Betty Gore's house in Wylie, Texas to ask if Betty's daughter could go see The Empire Strikes Back that night with the Montgomery family. On the surface, it seemed that Candy and Betty were friends. They went to the same church; their children had sleepovers; Candy even threw Betty a …
 
On August 29th, 1994, the Hodges family died in their Virginia home, their bodies discovered by the fire department called to put out the fire that had been reported by neighbors. However, they had not died fire-related deaths. In fact, only two had been burned at all. Instead, the mother had been strangled, the two daughters had been shot at close…
 
In the Old Talbott Tavern's 243 years of existence, it's collected its fair share of famous visitors, legends, and things that go bump in the night. The first ghost stories you'll come across during a quick Google search are spooky for sure, but almost expected in a place like this: the outlaw Jesse James still roaming the halls, the former owner's…
 
Are you currently hiding under your bed covers thinking you're being haunted? Well, you're in luck! This episode covers how to tell if you're being haunted (common ghost phenomena), how to scientifically prove you're being haunted, and what to do once you've determined you're being haunted. If that doesn't sound like a great thing, don't worry, we …
 
Have you ever sat there and listened to a ghost story around a fire and the story teller says something like it's a matter of fact, and you see everyone else nodding because, duh, everyone knows that, and then you have to play along like you knew that and you can't ask questions and your night is ruined because you feel stupid and you dropped your …
 
Four-year-old Bobby Dunbar disappeared during a family trip to Louisiana's Swayze Lake in the August of 1912. Everyone from his family to friends to strangers searched the lake for a week, using dynamite to unsettle the water in case it would bring his body to the surface. When they couldn't find him in the lake, his parents were left wondering wha…
 
How about all three (mountain lion, bear, and goat) in one? Well then, you got yourself an Ozark Howler! Native to the Ozark region in the US of A, the Ozark Howler is described as either a thin bear or a fat mountain lion with horns and thick gray or black fur. The Ozark Howler get's its name from not only its location, but also the indescribable …
 
If you Google "southern haunted places" or "most haunted places in the south," you'll probably come across the Myrtles Plantation. We know this from experience. Myrtles Plantation, their spooky photos, and the tale of their most famous ghost, Chloe, come up again and again. So we looked into this a bit more to see what was up. Prepare for a menager…
 
When Hazel Carpenter waved goodbye to her daughter, who was on the train going to college, she felt a burst of love. Virginia was a wonderful and beautiful daughter, and Hazel felt blessed to have her. However, Hazel didn't know that would be the last time she would ever see her daughter again. Virginia lived a life full of difficulties with an chi…
 
When we dive into the paranormal on this podcast, we explore people's greatest fears. So we'd be remiss if we skipped over one of Robin's greatest fears: mirrors. On the surface, they're really not that scary — just a reflective pane with which to check if you have spinach in your teeth. (You do.) But, what if one day you look in the mirror and see…
 
This episode marks the 1 Year Anniversary of Haunted Hospitality, and we have a good spook in store for you. You've heard of the Wicked Witch of the West. Now it's time for the Weirdest Witch of the South. Known sometimes as the Bell Witch, sometimes as Kate, this spirit haunts Robertson County, Tennessee. The Bell family lived on their farm and fo…
 
A little before 1 AM on the morning of July 27, 1996, Eric Rudolph dropped his green backpack underneath a bench in Atlanta, Georgia's crowded Olympic Centennial Park, set the bomb's timer for 55 minutes, and walked away. Before morning, two people would be dead and 111 would be injured — and within a week, the security guard who first spotted the …
 
Aileen Wuornos was born into a bad life, had a bad childhood, and grew to be a bad adult. The odds were stacked against her, and after living a life of abuse, torture, and petty crime, she kicked it up a level and added murder to her list. While she was born in Michigan, her killing spree of 7 men took place in Florida between November 1989 and Nov…
 
When young governess Fannie Lillian Madison checked into her hotel in Richmond, Virginia at 2 AM, she registered under a pseudonym: F.L. Merton. Just 24 hours later, her body was found in the Old Reservoir — and an autopsy revealed she was seven months pregnant. We only know of one person she came to visit in the city, her cousin Thomas Cluverius, …
 
Can you believe we're 50? Who knew that Robin and Zoey had enough energy in them to make 50 episodes and not miss a single Tuesday. Well, our path is still in the beginning and we're thankful for every single listen. To celebrate being 50, Robin and Zoey share the mediums - stories that are too long to be a Something Something, too short to be a fu…
 
If you perform an internet search for the Surrency, Georgia haunting, you'll see tales of red eyes in the darkness, a girl levitating in her bed, and a fire poker out for the kill. The truth isn't quite as dramatic, but it certainly is weird. Prepare for a vanishing pig, slutty potatoes, a speedy clock, teleporting liquor, an old sea captain drinki…
 
Five southern Zak-Bagans-esque brothers play dominoes with a ghost. Yep. You read that correctly. These are the special guests in this week's episode. Zoey tells us about the Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary that started in a horrible way, continued to have a horrible history, and then was shut down. It was investigated by the crew of the TV show…
 
Georgia's man-made Lake Lanier is a summer vacation hotspot with an abundance of beaches, trails, and islands — and an inordinate amount of deaths. Theories about the drownings range from practical (murky water + leftover debris at the bottom of the lake) to supernatural (hands of the dead pulling swimmers deeper under the water). The ghostly lore …
 
That is right, we're back with another cryptid episode. We all know that the Lizard Man ended with two camps you can be in: I believe in the Lizard Man and I (Kind of) believe in the Lizard Man. Will our episode end in a similar way as Zoey tells Robin and listeners about the Fouke Monster of Fouke, Arkansas? A creature also known as the Boggy Cree…
 
Medgar Evers was a trailblazing leader in the Civil Rights Movement. As the NAACP's first field secretary in the South, he investigated crimes against Black people all over Mississippi and helped establish the organization's focus on grassroots activism. As Evers became more well known, white supremacists started harassing his family, passing out K…
 
Relationships aren't always healthy and fun. Sometimes, two people who should stay far far away from each other start dating, and it usually ends in tears and misery. However, in this episode, it ends in tragedy. Shayna Hubers and Ryan Poston had a toxic, unhealthy relationship that was on again, off again. Shayna was obsessive and stalker-ish, and…
 
Way back in yesteryear, we briefly talked about Robert the Doll in a Something Spooky segment — and if you can't tell, we're back at it again! Much like the famous Annabelle doll, Robert has captured the attention of paranormal enthusiasts for decades. And luckily for us, he resides in the Fort East Martello Museum in Clearwater, Florida, making hi…
 
Ever been to a plantation and feel like something was just a little bit off? Not sure if its the history of the place, the knowledge of what happened there, or something more on the spooky side? In this episode, Zoey goes over the Ferry Plantation of Virginia Beach and the 11 spirits that are said to reside there. Included in those 11 spirits is th…
 
If you were anywhere around the internet — or the woods, for that matter — in the late summer and early fall of 2016, you probably remember that clowns became a weirdly big deal. It all started when a group of kids claimed to see clowns behind their apartment complex in Greenville, South Carolina, trying to lead them to an abandoned house in the wo…
 
Wrapping up our first two-parter and the year of 2021, Zoey brings us back to the LaLaurie Mansion in New Orleans, Louisiana to take a look at what happened after Madame Delphine LaLaurie escaped to France. Delphine was a terrible woman who tortured and allegedly killed enslaved people on her property, though she never faced justice for it. With a …
 
Closing out the end of the year, we have our first two part episode! In this week's, and next week's, episode, Zoey will be telling us about Delphine LaLaurie - a heinous woman who tortured the men and women and children she had enslaved on the property. This week is the true crime portion, and Zoey tells us about the fire that exposed Delphine for…
 
The sky and sea are gray. Ocean waves are coming in stronger. The wind is whipping past you as you walk alone down the beach. You begin to see a person in the distance, but their features are vague. As they get closer, all you see are gray clothes and the figure of a man. Before you can say hello, he points to the mainland and disappears. And you k…
 
In what is one of the creepiest Haunted Hospitality episodes, Zoey shares several stories of encounters with Black Eyed Children (aka Black Eyed Kids). With the first well known story happening in Texas, this really seemed like the perfect episode for us, so it is a bit longer. Also, Robin was really looking forward to the episode, so we had to mak…
 
In 1587, England wanted to start a new phase of colonization in North America by establishing their first permanent colony: a group of over 115 people who would have children and live on the continent for the rest of their lives. When they arrived on Roanoke Island — what is now part of North Carolina — conditions were worse than the group expected…
 
It's a tale as old as lotteries: someone wins big and ends up in a worse place than where they started. In this episode, Zoey shares the tale of Florida Man Abraham Shakespeare who won the Florida $30 million Jackpot in 2006. Abraham went from irregular laboring jobs to a million dollar house practically overnight, but he also caused a sensation. E…
 
The Magnolia Hotel in Seguin, Texas has been everything from a home to a jail, from a rest stop for travelers to a hideaway for a killer. Wilhelm Faust, the convicted killer of twelve year old Emma Voelcker, hid in the hotel as he tried (and failed) to avoid punishment for his crimes. A place with stories like this is bound to be haunted, in more w…
 
In this week's episode, Zoey talks about the ghosts at the St Augustine lighthouse in St. Augustine, FL. The ghosts include three giggling little girls, a shadow being known as The Man, and a woman who stands on the cat walk, looking down to where her husband died. But first, Robin put together a very rude quiz for Zoey, filled with un-guessable so…
 
Content warning for murder, infanticide, rape, and alcohol abuse. We know that Nannie Doss killed four of her five husbands. She admitted it at the age of 49 when she was finally arrested. However, members of her family often grew ill when she came to visit and many people believe she killed up to eleven people. Before we get into that though, Zoey…
 
Thank you for joining me on our very special Halloween Episode. Things are going to be a bit different on this one, so no spoilers here. Happy Halloween :) Please Note: It is not advised to listen while driving. There are a couple instances of loud, sudden sounds. Site: hauntedhospitality.wordpress.com/2021/10/31/a-haunted-halloween-special/…
 
In this week's episode, Robin and Zoey are virtual again and making up for the previous oopsie daisy. Since this episode is coming out the Tuesday before Halloween, Zoey decided to tell us about the man who killed Halloween, also known as the Candy Man. Listen to figure out why a town in Texas didn't go trick-or-treating for two decades and why you…
 
A haunted forest by the Chesapeake Bay + an empty house that set itself on fire, put the fire out, then set itself on fire again + tales of buried treasure under a pond called the Old Cow Hole + sassy British soldier ghosts + flying ships + shapeshifting animals + skeletons dressed in armor. 'Nuff said. But first, Zoey tells us about the evolution …
 
Wow this is a big episode! Biggest news is that the Haunted Hospitality Patreon is now live! Give it a visit at www.patreon.com/hauntedhospitality and consider joining our $3 tier. With that monthly subscription, you get 3 extra minisodes right off the bat, plus at least one more on the 13th of every month starting in November. Plus, once you subsc…
 
William Goebel was already dying from multiple gunshot wounds when he was sworn in as Governor of Kentucky on January 31, 1900. Outside the Capital Hotel, militia prepared for war, faithful voters prayed for good news, and Kentucky's OTHER governor could only hope the backlash wouldn't fall on him. How did we get here? Political infighting turned v…
 
This week's unsolved mystery takes place in Jefferson County, Alabama. Billy Dye, Robert Dye, and Dan Brasher all disappeared on the same stormy night, March 3, 1956. While no one knows what happens to this day, locals feel like they know the truth. Zoey shares the facts of the case and several theories (including her own) that all center around on…
 
Why did Yazoo City, Mississippi burn down in 1904? Locals say it was because of a witch's curse — and with good reason! According to legend, a sheriff chased the witch into quicksand, where she told him she would burn Yazoo City in twenty years. When she was buried, they placed a chain link fence around her grave to prevent her from completing the …
 
In Zoey's first True Crime episode after the College-Palooza, she takes us on a wild ride that is the life of Amanda Taylor, otherwise known as the Selfie Killer. A woman who was grieving over her husbands death, Amanda vowed to kill the man she felt was responsible, and then a couple others to experience the thrill. But before that, Robin shares a…
 
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