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The Ghost Furnace - Episode 21 - Missoula to Antigonish In this episode we look at an old news article which reffrences a lesser known poltergeist case in the early 1900's. Which sparks a conversation about how and why people believe what they do. If you have a story or would like to reach us, you can find us on facebook or Instagram or reach out t…
 
On the last episode of Southern Gothic we explored Huntingdon College’s most iconic haunting, The Red Lady of Huntingdon College; but this week, we head back down to Montgomery, Alabama to explore one of the campus’s lesser-known “spooks”– Frank the Library Ghost. Help Southern Gothic grow by becoming a Patreon Supporter today! Connect with Souther…
 
“Nearly all colleges have ghosts, legends that have grown up around some supernatural occurrences generations of students tell to each other [...] but the finest of those ghost stories, those college ghost stories, is told here at Huntingdon College in Montgomery.” - Kathryn Tucker Windham, 1918 - 2011 Huntingdon College of Montgomery, Alabama regu…
 
The Ghost Furnace Podcast - Episode 20 - Explosions in the Sky This week we discuss two listener emails. One about a possible space related event which continues a series of weirdness. The other a story of a local creek which hold many dangers. Big thanks to Kenny and Chris for sending us their stories! If you would like share your story reach out …
 
The Ghost Furnace Podcast Episode 19 "You Look Like You've Seen a Ghost" On this episode we welcome back Brian who shares with us stories of his time spent working in a location over many years with lots of activity. Everything from footsteps, malfunctioning equipment to apparitions. If you have a story of ghosts, cryptids, ufo's or anything parano…
 
Old Taverns and New Mysteries Episode 18 of the Ghost Furnace Podcast In this episode we explore the haunts and history around the Jen Bonnet Tavern in Bedford, Pa. Then sent down a rabbit hole by a list of haunted locations, we start to explore a place called Spirit falls outside a nearby town which is new to us. If you have any stories about ghos…
 
In this Southern Gothic: Minisode we return to Williamsburg, Virginia to explore the most haunted residence in the four-century-old colonial town-- the Peyton Randolph House. Help Southern Gothic grow by becoming a Patreon Supporter today! Website: SouthernGothicMedia.com Merch Store: https://www.southerngothicmedia.com/merch Pinterest @SouthernGot…
 
The Ghost Furnace Podcast Episode 15 - Havana Syndrome This episode Nic and Bond talk about the history and recent news around the mysterious Havana Syndrome. Articles cited in this episode: Online. Corera, Gordon. "'Havana syndrome' and the mystery of the microwaves" BBC September 9th 2021 Online. Lindell-Bokat, Spencer. "Is 'Havana Syndrome' an '…
 
When construction began on the Williamsburg Gaol it was never intended to house those who were deemed as significantly dangerous, like murderers or pirates. Instead it was meant for largely non violent offenders, such as debtors, thieves, the mentally ill and enslaved people who were caught after fleeing their captors... but good intentions pale in…
 
Ghost Tour is an all new podcast created by Brandon Schexnayder of Southern Gothic Media in partnership with Alicia King Marshall, a veteran tour guide and owner of Franklin Walking Tours. Together these two ghost story addicts take listeners on a journey through the mysterious and often creepy world of haunted tourism as told by local tour guides …
 
In 1837 Godfrey Barnsley purchased 3,645 acres of land that had recently been acquired from the Cherokee people in the coercive Treaty of New Echota and opened up for settlement by force. But Barnsley was not concerned and planned to build an extravagant mansion for his wife and family on what legend claims was the sacred ground for generations of …
 
“Blood Seeped Under the Door, Down the Steps, and into the Street…” On the corner of Orleans Avenue and Dauphine Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans is a stately three and a half-story mansion that is said to be the site of a massacre so significant that blood flowed from the building and into the street. It is the tale of a mysterious Turk…
 
Today Bond has an update on our previous segment featuring the Peninsula Python. Friend of the pod Jen was able to track down the original Atlantic article from November 1945. It adds some context to the story and is just a really wild story about a small town. If you have a story or comments, you can email us at theghostfurnacepodcst@gmail.com or …
 
On this episode of The Ghost Furnace podcast, Nic and Bond are joined by Brian, who listeners my remember from his thunderbird story. The conversations starts with bigfoot and takes some twists and turns along the way. Hope you all enjoy it. Another huge thanks to Brian for sharing both his time and insights with us! If you have a story you'd like …
 
Built in 1881, Sloss Furnaces was the first of many blast furnaces in Birmingham, Alabama to manufacture pig iron. The furnaces aided in catalyzing an Industrial Revolution in the postwar south. It was in Alabama, that the iron industry took off, providing the rest of the country with the material necessary to build everything from country bridges …
 
LOST TO TIME AND THE SHIFTING CURRENTS OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER… It was in 1828 that the town of Rodney, Mississippi was formally incorporated. Located near the Mississippi River, the town would grow to become an essential port for steamboats traveling up and down the river. Rodney became known as a bustling town and thriving entertainment center, …
 
In 1891 Octavia Hatcher was twenty years-old. She was married to the most successful businessmen in the state of Kentucky and was awaiting the birth of her first child. There should have been nothing but excitement and hope in a bright future for the family, but that was not to be. After the devastating loss of her child, Octavia became despondent,…
 
The Ghost Furnace Podcast Episode 9 - Hometown Haunts In this episode we speak with Josh from the Center of Harmony where he shares three very different tales which range from sounds to full apparitions. Special thanks to Josh for taking the time to share his stories with us, you can follow his adventures below: greatthingsllc.com and on insta @2ca…
 
On Episode 8 of The Ghost Furnace we travel up north to Mercer County Pa with a story about a possible thunderbird sighting. Followed by a discussion about some questionable, yet common ghost hunting tactics. Big thanks to Brian for taking the time to share his story this week! If you have a story, about ghosts, cryptids, ufo's, high strangeness, f…
 
Enter our April T-shirt Giveaway by signing up for our newsletter at SouthernGothicMedia.com In October 1872, a small Georgia community was bursting with visitors and curiosity seekers in an attempt to discover the truth behind mysterious happenings at the family home of Allen Powell Surrency. In what many consider to be one of the most documented …
 
On this week's episode of the Ghost Furnace Podcast we have a story from our friend Kelsey who tells us a tale of a shadow child and a grizzly discovery in Hawaii. Then Nic brings us a story from Tangier Island, Virginia which turns into a quintessential Ghost Furnace type of conversation. Check out Kelsey's art on instagram @phlinxtheartist Stop a…
 
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