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Southern Gothic

Southern Gothic Media

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Step into the world of the unknown and unravel the dark history, and infamous legends of the American South. Join us as we journey into the heart of this rich and fascinating region, uncovering its ghostly stories, haunted places, and eeriest tales through captivating storytelling, in-depth historical research, and an immersive audio soundscape. From the Bell Witch of Tennessee to the haunted Waverly Hills Sanatorium, the ghostly tales of the Myrtles Plantation, the Curse of Lake Lanier and ...
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Welcome to Fabled Collective, your haunting haven for all things paranormal, dark fantasy, horror, and southern gothic. Dive into a world where every story is steeped in mystery, every tale is tinged with the supernatural, and every legend is brought to life with spine-tingling detail. On this channel, Vanessa K. Eccles, author and creator, takes you on a journey through eerie folklore, ghostly encounters, and historical mysteries. Whether you’re captivated by haunted locations, bewitched by ...
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Remember Shuffle

Remember Shuffle

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Remember the 2000s? A podcast about the dumbest decade in western history. So dumb most of it passed right through us without leaving us anything to think about, until now! We look at the most popular movies, subcultures, political movements, books, and video games of the decade and wonder what made them so popular to audiences in the 2000s, and how their legacy can still be seen today.
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Enchanted Beast Podcast

Enchanted B.E.A.S.T. Podcast

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I'm Ella Shawn, a southern gothic erotic romance writer attempting to figure out how to live my most enchanted life. Enchanted B.E.A.S.T. Podcast is my new imaginary friend... where I come to work my own spiritual shit out without feeling like I'm having conversations with myself. Feel free to join me... but remember, This podcast is where I let my Enchanted BEAST roam free. She is not tamed, timid, or tactful. What she is, well Lylith is bold, essential, authentic, spiritual, and my Truth. ...
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Ghost Tour

Southern Gothic Media

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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 and ghost hunters! **We'll be back with Season Two in Spring 2020**
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The Judgment Night Radio Hour

Skyler Q. Andrews and Sam Ellis

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"The Judgment Night Radio Hour" is an audio drama and fiction anthology podcast featuring lurid, rousing tales of existential angst, metaphysical mayhem, spiritual crisis, sin, repentance, redemption, justice, and judgment. Wrought and recorded in the style of an old fire-and-brimstone AM gospel radio broadcast, this series of short stories and radio plays is hosted and narrated by the apocalyptic Reverend Reginald Cephas Weaver, III who gives soul-stirring "sermons" in the form of Southern ...
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Join us for a conversation with Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T Bone Burnett, co-creators of the southern gothic supernatural musical "Ghost Brothers of Darkland County." This extraordinary collaboration—13 years in the making—is a haunting tale of fraternal love, jealousy, and revenge. Our esteemed guests will talk about the inspiration behind the project and the all-star recording, with music and lyrics by Mellencamp, libretto by King, and musical direction by Burnett.
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Ken Grand-Pierre wants to remind you that everyone has a story to tell. Primarily a photojournalist based in New York City, Ken has traveled the world working with musicians. Within this series, you'll hear beautifully revealing conversations with musicians, writers, entrepreneurs and creatives from all walks of life.
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Helmed by acclaimed Hollywood screenwriter, Lucas Coleman, California Gothic Podcast is your ultimate destination for all things macabre. Immerse yourself in a chilling tapestry of supernatural tales, each meticulously crafted to captivate and terrify. Tune in now and let the nightmares come alive with 'California Gothic'—your gateway to a world where terror knows no bounds.
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The Chilling is a 13 part serialized podcast that details the true events behind a real-life haunting that took place in a small college town in Ohio. You will hear first hand accounts of the supernatural and the strange, all of which happened under one roof over the course of multiple decades. Your host Lindsey Brisbine will guide you through this true tale, stringing together bits of folklore along with insights from experts like demonologists, parapsychologists, mediums and many more, all ...
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Rainbowed Flickers Over The Crimson Screen

Rainbowed Flickers Over The Crimson Screen

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Have you ever stumbled up on a movie that was so bad , it's good ? Embarrassed to tell your friends about that 70s low budget sci-fi that you can't get out of your head ? Well…you're in good company.Have a seat next to us every two weeks infront of the Crimson screen. With two different perspectives, one French, one American. We will try to convince the other why these films deserve a rewatch or why they should stay hidden.
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Eclipsed

Campside Media / Sony Music Entertainment

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Lakes disappear, sailors cry, and pop stars go into battle on this season of ECLIPSED. Hosted by writer Bijan Stephen (The Verge, The Believer), each episode features a story hidden in the shadow of another historical event. ECLIPSED: a Campside Media & Sony Music Entertainment production. Find more great podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at sonymusic.com/podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Daily interviews with people from all walks of life. See the real heroes of life take center stage. I’ve come in contact with interesting people all over. They’re all worth hearing about! #strokesurvivor #interviews Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dale613/support
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It was a chilly evening in April of 1810 when Alexander Hostler sat alone in his room with a single candle flickering in the darkness. Only days before, Hostler’s lifelong friend Samuel Jocelyn, Jr. had been found dead, leaving the young man absolutely devastated. But on this particular night, his suffering was interrupted by the sound of a voice c…
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Text Vanessa Your Thoughts! In a realm where magic intertwines with destiny, Of Love and Legend follows a young woman's journey of love, sacrifice, and self-discovery as she becomes entangled in a prophecy that binds her fate to a legendary king. Chivalry isn't dead. The enchanted wood lured Guinevere into its embrace all of her teen years. It held…
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It is my absolute pleasure to welcome you to A Summer in New York. In case you missed the announcement, this will be a mini-season of the podcast where I’ll be talking to some incredibly talented people about the things that make New York City special. What brings all these talks together is a desire that we have to explore the question “why is thi…
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Remember Shuffle presents our Hawk Talk, or Hawk Doc--the Shuffle Boys return to the world of 2000s video gaming to swoop in on the THPS franchise. They discuss the real world impact of these videogames on the growth of skateboarding, their phenomenal soundtracks, what made the games great, how they fell off, and the place that they now hold in peo…
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Text Vanessa Your Thoughts! Hear the eerie past of one of Savannah's oldest and most haunted hotels, The Marshall House—a hotel filled with ghosts and history. Located on historic Broughton Street, this hotel boasts a rich history dating back to its construction in 1851 by Mary Marshall. Unlike other historic hotels in Savannah, The Marshall House …
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Text Vanessa Your Thoughts! The science of bad vibes is interesting. Have you ever visited a place that felt unusually peaceful or, conversely, oppressively heavy? Throughout my travels to various haunted locations, I’ve encountered places steeped in history and tragedy, where visitors often sense lingering negativity. Sensitive individuals are esp…
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On November 6, 1936 Verna Garr Taylor was found in a ditch on a rural road in Kentucky with a bullet hole through her chest. Suspicion immediately fell on her purported fiancé Henry Denhardt. The former Kentucky politician claimed Verna had committed suicide, but the evidence suggested otherwise, leading to one of the most sensational court cases i…
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Since its grand opening on May 1, 1905, the Seelbach Hotel has stood as one of Louisville, Kentucky's most lavish and luxurious establishments. It has hosted an array of notable figures, from U.S. Presidents and legendary actors to notorious bootleggers and mobsters. As a result, the hotel is steeped in lore, with some claiming it was here that F. …
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I want you to listen to me as hard as you can. ⁠It’s 1999 and every movie is about sitting in a cubicle feeling unfulfilled and numb to life. We delve into the 18 months of the 2000s before 9/11 and their flailing attempts to diagnose their ennui. Is it my furniture? Is that the problem? It’s gotta be my coffee table, that’s the problem. Give Remem…
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The Wikipedia page for today’s guest describes her as a musician that plays with genres such as “synth pop” “dance-punk” and “punk rock.” Though there’s a kernel of truth to that, it exemplifies how words continue to fail the artist known as Peaches. For over three decades Peaches has remained a vital voice in the worlds of music, visual art, and r…
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"The Witch of Pungo" Originally Aired in June 2022 On Wednesday, July 10, 1706, scores of people arrived at what is now known as Witch Duck Point on the Lynnhaven River in Virginia. They were there to witness a unique but brutal legal proceeding that would never again be carried out in the colony of Virginia– the trial of forty-six-year-old Grace S…
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Empathy is a word we all know and yet there are times when it can feel elusive in our lives. One of the best antidotes for that is witnessing how it shows up in other people's lives, especially when it’s an individual that’s exerting it outwardly. That’s been the case as of late with Nabil Ayers, American music industry entrepreneur, musician, and …
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Detective Louis N. Scarcella was a legendary figure in New York City during the '90s. In a city overrun with violent crime, he cracked the toughest cases and put away the worst criminals. But the story changed when a group of convicted murderers-turned-jailhouse lawyers made a startling discovery that linked all their cases: Scarcella was the cop w…
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Remember Shuffle finally turns to the presidential election that started it all (and by “it,” we mean the end of the world), the 2000 election between George W. Bush and Al Gore. With the help of returning guest @Gluten_Daddy, the Shuffle Bois first attempt to reframe this election in order to look at it without the hindsight that comes with knowin…
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This is the last bonus episode of season 7 and to call it a special one feels like a massive understatement. Sofia Loporcaro is an award-winning radio host, producer, and podcaster based in Los Angeles who’s made being a music fan a full-time job. Her podcast, Before the Chorus, centers on exploring the emotional journeys of a songs inception to it…
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Marc Fennell is a wild multi-hyphenate from Australia and…to be honest with you, even saying that doesn’t feel fitting enough. Along with being a decorated journalist, he’s a television host, documentary presenter, radio personality, a writer, a dad, and as he simply likes to put it: a maker of things. Marc is also a person who’s directly inspired …
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On March 28, 1869, Knox Martin was hanged for murdering John and Elizabeth Wittenmeier in their Nashville home. Curiously, only several days prior, Martin had made a deal with local physicians to sell his body to them for experimenting following the execution-- experimentation that looked an awful lot like something out Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.…
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You know, it’s a wild thing to think about how today’s guest goes about his craft. TOBi wouldn’t be the first artist to be a lover of the old school while also carving out his own path…but honestly, we’ve never seen it done like this before. Hailing from both Lagos, Nigeria, and Brampton, Canada, TOBi is an artist full of multitudes. His latest alb…
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In 1891, miners in the Coal Creek Valley, the most lucrative mining region in the state of Tennessee, decided they were tired of being replaced by convict labor and were going to do something about it. So on the night of July 14th, 300 men, armed to the teeth, descended upon the stockade in Briceville where the convicts were housed, took control, a…
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It’s mentioned towards the end of this episode, but it should also be said here: Danielle Ponder is a person who exemplifies grace. Her humbleness is part of that, but what also shines through is her tenacious passion for justice. An ex-lawyer turned professional musician, Ms. Ponder is an artist who’s on the rise in a magnificent way. Her debut al…
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This episode I visit with my very good friend Bitty. We both grew up in the Ohio but it took working on the west coast for us to connect. I loved hearing about how her grandmother would visit Bitty from the after life and how she lived out her college days in a haunted dorm. Then the episode wraps up where it all started, with Grandma… saying hello…
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The episode you’re about to hear is one of my favourites of this entire series. Adia Victoria is a singer-songwriter who combines elements of blues, folk, and gothic country to tell stories. She’s also punk af, which is conveyed all-across today’s podcast. You see, Adia is the type of person who strives to live her words, constantly proving how tru…
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The Banner Mine explosion of April 8, 1911, in Alabama claimed the lives of 128 men, predominantly African American prisoners leased to the Pratt Consolidated Coal Company by the state. This devastating event underscored the dire conditions of convict-lease labor, a system exploiting carefully tailored laws to target black men for profit-driven inc…
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By now you’ve probably clocked the tagline of this podcast that reads “a podcast about music” with music scratched off and the word “people” above it. That tagline is as literal as possible to depict what drives this podcast and what intrigues me the most: the lives of people and what we can learn from them. I’d be hard-pressed to think of an episo…
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Having gratitude for life is something that’s a perpetual journey for me. It’s something I’ve admittedly been pretty bad at over the years. That said, the gratitude I feel for today’s episode is something that can’t be overstated. Local Natives are a band from Orange County, California that I’ve loved since I was in college. It’s always a special t…
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In September 1962, Mr. and Mrs. Daughtery, an elderly couple residing in Portsmouth, Virginia, along with their great-great-grandson Cleveland Harmon, found themselves at the center of inexplicable occurrences. Within their home, objects began moving on their own, and furniture inexplicably flew about, leaving no rational explanation for the chaos.…
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This weeks guest is the amazing Dave Schrader. Dave is the host of the Paranormal 60 Podcast and Investigator on @travelchannel’s #HolzerFiles. We chat about what spirits must be thinking on the other side, what has frightened Dave the most and why is everything these days blamed on demons… It was so great talking about the spiritual realm with som…
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At 1:20 pm on Saturday, July 19, 1970, a fire broke out in an abandoned home in Hadsboro, Mississippi, that was well known throughout the community as haunted. But what made the incident so unbelievable wasn't necessarily the claim of spirits there, but rather the fact a psychic had foretold of the Cahill House's fiery demise less than a year prior…
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Once again we are getting Ziti pilled in this return to our series on The Sopranos. David Chase has said he wanted to make a show about trying to find happiness in an American context and Season 2 has a clear through-line of themes of American Existentialism. Tony’s adventures with ennui, religion, and consumerism as a gangster at the End of Histor…
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Historical Blindness is a podcast about history’s myths, mysteries, and misconceptions. By examining cases of outrageous hoaxes, pernicious conspiracy theory, mass delusion, baffling mysteries and unreliable historiography, host Nathaniel Lloyd searches for insights into modern religious belief and political culture. Learn more about your ad choice…
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This week’s guest is the very talented Lauren P Banks. Lauren is an amazing artist and creator. You may know her from one of those creations…The Southern Gothic Dollhouse. We talk about how she got started on the project then take a turn into the spooky with a childhood story about someone errr...something that haunted Lauren growing up… To stay up…
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It comes up pretty early on in this podcast: but Jesse Boykins III is the kind of person that people smile about when they hear his name. I’ve seen it happen numerous times throughout the years, both across the US and abroad. Sure, much of that has to do with how celebrated Jesse is as an artist, but so much of that love also has to do with how Jes…
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On Tuesday, September 8, 1987, 77-year-old Minnie Clyde Winston stepped out of her bathtub onto the tile floor and felt something sticky under her foot. Holding a towel, she looked down and discovered she was standing in a small puddle of red liquid—a substance that would later be identified as human blood. But if that wasn't alarming enough, Minni…
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Chris Wade, of the excellent Hell on Earth and goated pod Chapo Trap House podcasts brings his expertise in the field of early 200s adult animation to Remember Shuffle. On this episode, the Shuffle Bois and Chris discuss the history of niche cable networks, the comic geniuses Mike Lazzo and Adam Reed, and the highly scientific field of generationol…
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Our first bonus episode of season 7 is another chat I’ve been dying to have for a long time and I love that it happened under these circumstances. You see, Denai Moore is a British-Jamaican artist I’ve gotten to know over the years through her music (which is fucking excellent by the way). We do chat about her music career across this podcast, but …
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