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Come along with the show's host Megan, as she takes you to a new city each season where you hear all of the spooky, legends, and myths in each city. Don't forget all of the creepy tales haunted places and spiritual unrests. All around the world there are places filled with paranormal activity. These cities have a story to tell, and it is our job to listen. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hauntedology/support
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New Orleans is famous for its supernatural legends. Legends that even extend all the way out to three separate instance of “real” vampires. Resouces:https://exemplore.com/paranormal/The-Vampire-Legends-of-New-Orleanshttps://www.gonomad.com/85242-new-orleans-a-vampires-guide Music Credits for Hauntedology :Music: The Gatekeepers by Shane Ivers - htt…
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A stranger from out of town. Lavish parties. A mass murder unsolved to this day. Is it just a legend or is it true? Resources:https://witchesbrewtours.com/2018/01/30/ghosts-new-orleans-sultans-palace/https://www.tripsavvy.com/the-sultans-palace-1604515https://www.thenationalherald.com/200528/the-grisly-tale-of-the-sultans-brother/https://strangerem…
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New Orleans is famous for it’s beautiful wrought iron architecture. Many of the old houses are adorned with beautiful spike topped railings. But what if these railings were not just made for decorative reasons. What if, they had a more sinister reasoning behind their existence? Sources:https://www.trytoscare.me/legend/hanging-boy-new-orleans-la/htt…
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New Orleans is the main hub of Voodoo, or at least the main place that openly admits it. You cannot speak about NOLA without mentioning her famous Voodoo Queen who is said to still be as powerful in death as she was in life. Welcome to New Orleans ladies and gentleman. Resources:https://allthatsinteresting.com/marie-laveauhttps://ghostcitytours.com…
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Before we visit New Orleans, we are taking a fan requested stop in the town of Villisca, Iowa. This house was the sight of 8 murders back in 1912. Today it remains as haunted as ever. Sources:https://www.villiscaiowa.com/the-crime.phphttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villisca_axe_murdershttps://iowacoldcases.org/case-summaries/villisca-axe-murders/ht…
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Every podcast has its moments that are not public ready, but in this case I have decided to share them all with you and give you guys a good laugh. Music: The Gatekeepers by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comMusic: Dank Halloween by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comMusic: Fearful New World by Shane Ivers - https://www.silverman…
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Savannah is not done yet, with one last haunt and legend left to tell. This is the first hospital in the state of Georgia. It has seen illegal autopsies, hidden yellow fever deaths, and even had terrible psych treatments administered within its walls. Old Candler Resources :https://www.sjchs.org/home/about-us/our-history-and-regionhttps://www.reddi…
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Leave it Savannah, GA to have a haunted restaurant! The Pirates House is famous now for its amazing food and haunted tales. Back in the day though, it was infamous for other reasons. Sources:https://thepirateshouse.comhttps://ghostcitytours.com/savannah/haunted-places/haunted-restaurants/pirates-house/https://seeksghosts.blogspot.com/2012/10/savann…
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If you thought above ground Savannah was bad, wait until we go underground. This episode is just going to prepare you for the deep dive underground we take as we finish up the Savannah season of our podcast. Music Credits for Hauntedology Music: The Gatekeepers by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comMusic: Dank Halloween by Shane Ivers - ht…
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Known to have more than one paranormal encounter in Savannah is Jim Williams, author of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. His house is just as haunted as all of the other places he has been in Savannah too, maybe even a little more. HUGE THANKS TO PODCORN FOR SPONSORING THIS EPISODE OF HAUNTEDOLOGY. You can explore your own sponsorship oppor…
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Chatham County’s old jail in downtown Savannah, GA has seen it’s fair share of horrors, from prisoner hangings, to modern day poltergeists that just won’t leave. I guess some tortured spirits enjoy the perverse joy in scaring people even in the afterlife. •HUGE THANKS TO PODCORN FOR SPONSORING THIS EPISODE OF HAUNTEDOLOGY. You can explore your own …
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Savannah’s Olde Pink House is a famed location in Historic Downtown Savannah. The history of this house’s founding family is a little more curious and scandal worthy than the dear old south would have preferred back in those days. Olde Pink House Resources :https://ghostcitytours.com/savannah/haunted-places/haunted-restaurants/pink-house-restaurant…
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One of Savannah’s oldest houses, this house has seen and survived all of the tragedies that would be befall the city of Savannah. As one would expect, this house with having such a sordid history has some haunts that just don’t seem ready to leave yet. Music Credits for Hauntedology Music: The Gatekeepers by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound…
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Lurking quietly on Madison Square in Savannah sits the Sorrel-Weed House. Nicknamed shady corner by the family itself due to all the big beautiful trees casting a shade upon this mansion in the city. In the end though, the only thing shadier than the trees around the house would be the family and their dark, hidden, and somewhat twisted secrets. Re…
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The Kehoe House sits quietly on the corner of one of Savannah’s many squares. However, it has a history steeped in mystery. A few versions of the history of this house exist, and we are going to explore them all in this episode. Kehoe House Resources: https://ghostcitytours.com/savannah/haunted-places/haunted-hotels/kehoe-house/https://www.kehoehou…
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From the dark past of Savannah, to its current state as one of the most picturesque places in the South, if you walk down E St. Julian St. in the historic district you will find the site of an exorcism. To be specific, it is the site of the ONLY exorcism in the city to date. What happened here that was so terrible that the only solution was thought…
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In this episode, Hauntedology meets true crime! Back in the early 1900s era of Savannah, three women were brutally murdered. Though the house is now gone, spirits still remain, some spirits we don’t even have an explanation for. Gribble House Resourceshttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1909_Savannah_axe_murdershttps://www.miamighostchronicles.com/stra…
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Bonaventure Cemetery is one of the oldest and most beautiful cemetery in Savannah. Being the oldest can also mean being the most haunted or at least home to some pretty creepy stories! Music Credits for Hauntedology:Music: The Gatekeepers by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comMusic: Dank Halloween by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansoun…
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Last week’s episode got our show’s host wondering just how much Voodoo really went on or even how much still goes on today behind closed doors in their hometown of Savannah. This little mini spin off episode is enough to get ones mind wondering about the type of activities that go on general without anyone ever being the wiser. Savanah Voodoo Resou…
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In this episode, Megan and Lin tell listeners all about one of Savannah, GA’s most haunted hotels, the 17Hundred90 Inn and Restaurant. This location is so haunted that major TV shows have even tried to come stay the night to see what they could capture! What is going on at this place? Well, that is what this episode is going to tell you all about! …
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Dive deeper into the Marshall House in this special bonus episode. In our first episode regarding the Marshall House, we were left in question about rooms 214, 314, and 414. After a bit of digging, Megan and Lin think they have enough knowledge to throw our a few theories and speculations as to what may have happened there based on the knowledge of…
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Located in the heart of Downtown Savannah is The Marshall House, built long ago to be a hotel, this infamous building has been that and more. Three times this building was converted into a makeshift hospital, and not all the patients went home, some have stayed in Savannah forever. Marshall House Resources:https://ghostcitytours.com/savannah/haunte…
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Alright, let’s be real NO podcast is ever perfect on the first recording. Let’s just fess up about that. However, when a mother and daughter host episodes together that dynamic is bound to come out on countless occasions, sometimes it can be left in there but sometimes it is not. What happens to that audio? I’m about to drop the bomb and give you g…
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In this episode, Megan tells the story of Savannah’s most beloved little girl, both in life and death. Gracie’s story is heart wrenching and a little different than most. Listen now, to find out what happened to this vibrant little girl, and how she is still one of Savannah’s most beloved even in death. Gracie’s Resources https://gallivanter.travel…
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The historic Moon River Brewing Company, while now a restaurant that is open for business has a very dark past, and some of the past still remains, malevolent as ever. Don’t believe me? Listen & find out for yourself. Moon River Brewing Company Resources https://www.ghostsavannah.com/2013/08/moon-river-brewing-company-haunted/https://lynnesutherlan…
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HAPPY HALLOWEEN! In this special Halloween bonus episode, Megan and Lin talk about one of the creepiest stories so far. The legend of Rene Rhondolia. Rene was said to be a man of gigantic proportion who happened to murder children. Listen along as the two decide what they they about the tale of Rene Rhondolia. Rene Rhondolia Linkshttps://www.wikitr…
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Only Megan can tell a story about a cemetery and making it educational, creepy, and comical all at the same time. This episode will keep you laughing, make your jaw drop, and hopefully teach you a valuable lesson. That lesson is, DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT, go dying in Savannah, we WILL lose your body. Colonial Park Cemetery Resources:https://www.atl…
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In this episode our show’s host tells the story of a woman named Alice Riley who traveled to America to work her way to freedom but ended up meeting her untimely end at the gallows. The story of the first murder, female hanging, and doling out of colonial capital justice is one full of more questions than answers. The Woman Savannah HangedResources…
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Savannah was set up to be haunted before the colonist even set foot here. You see, Savannah was built on top of Native American Burial Grounds. A lot of people believe that warrants a haunting. This episode explores some possible deaths that could warrant a haunting along with the show’s host, Megan’s personal flair and commentary on the subject. D…
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In this episode our show’s host, Megan, goes over the last big reason as to why Savannah, GA is believed to be the most haunted city in the USA. Yellow Fever was a viral epidemic that ravaged Savannah, not once, not twice, but three times in the 1800’s. There was a lot of gruesome and painful deaths. Victims suffered so badly that Yellow Fever has …
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Savannah always spared from being burnt to the ground by General Sherman but the city was not spared from the many acts of vandalism his soldiers would be allowed to inflict upon the city. This episode takes you through Sherman’s March through Georgia and also throws in a ghost story that is due in part to the vandalism and Cemetery desecration his…
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Welcome to my City, I live in the most haunted city in America. I live in Savannah, GA. This season starts off talking about one of the many early bloody battles that would help Savannah to become a city built upon her own dead. The siege of Savannah goes all the way back to the Revolutionary War, Savannah’s history was definitely a tough one. This…
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In this episode, our show’s host, Megan, has an interview with local friend Maddie Famiglietti. Maddie is a current student at UCF, and she’s also making her dreams come true by working as a Cast Member at Walt Disney World in Florida! In this interview, Megan and Maddie discuss college life, balancing life and work, working at Disney, park recomme…
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In this episode, the show’s host Megan tells the story the famous music festival Woodstock, along with some things you may not have know about this festival with someone who was only a child when the actual Woodstock took place and does not really know much about it other than the basics. Dive in as we learn and celebrate Woodstock. This episode co…
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In this episode, the shows host Megan interviews a friend that she met via Instagram and they talk about life abroad as her guest lives in the UK, they also talk a little bit about a lot of things ranging from entrepreneurship, to iMessage capability overseas, all the way to funny childhood stories. This definitely a very fun, open, and entertainin…
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