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The Grave Talks is the weekly paranormal interview show hosted by Tony Brueski from the wildly popular Real Ghost Stories Online podcast. The podcast hosts new guests each week who share their haunting experiences with ghosts and the spirit world. Stories that encompass all areas of the paranormal, supernatural, demonic, ghost investigations, haunted houses, possessions, shadow people, the unexplained and more. Please be sure to subscribe to our weekly paranormal interview show "The Grave Talks" and give us a review to help us grow! Check out our website for more episodes and behind the scenes images and videos from the show.

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Haunted Chicago | The Grave Talks Podcast
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In part two of our interview, we discuss several other iconic Chicago locations including The Museum of Science and Industry. The ghosts of Bachelors Grove Cemetery. We also discuss if the geography of Chicago plays a role in it being such a haunted city. We also take a trip outside of Chicago to Springfield, IL to discuss the ghost of Abraham Lincon in his hometown. To listen to part two of our interview, you need to be a Grave Keeper (supporter of the show). You can do this by signing up on our Patreon Page here: http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks As a Grave Keeper, for $5 per month you will get: Access to every episode of our show, AD-FREE – MONTHS BEFORE THEY GO PUBLIC. Access to every EXCLUSIVE PART 2 episode of our show for Grave Keeper Only! Access to submit questions to upcoming guests of our show. The “good feeling” knowing that you are keeping this show alive (It really does feel good!) Sign up to become a Grave Keeper at http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks
Dec 10, 2018
The Devils Board Part One | The Grave Talks Podcast
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During the school year of 1987-1988 shocking, paranormal events took over a dorm and parts of an American college campus. These events would later be chronicled in the book, The Devils Board. Many of these events were blamed on an infatuation that one student had with what many thought of as a harmless board game: The Ouija Board. Spirits were summoned almost daily, and one would continue to stand out and let his name and story be known. To listen to part two of our interview, you need to be a Grave Keeper (supporter of the show). You can do this by signing up on our Patreon Page here: http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks As a Grave Keeper, for $5 per month you will get: Access to every episode of our show, AD-FREE – MONTHS BEFORE THEY GO PUBLIC. Access to every EXCLUSIVE PART 2 episode of our show for Grave Keeper Only! Access to submit questions to upcoming guests of our show. The “good feeling” knowing that you are keeping this show alive (It really does feel good!) Sign up to become a Grave Keeper at http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks
Dec 03, 2018
The Bill Bean Story Part 1 | The Grave Talks
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A life filled with drugs, addiction, poor choices and lack of direction. This is where Bill Bean came from. Through his childhood, Bill experienced dark forces that took over his family. Abuse, violence and emotional trauma were the "norms" through most of his formative years. Why was it that dark energy and negative forces would take over family members? What did they want, and who were they going after? To listen to part two of our interview, you need to be a Grave Keeper (supporter of the show). You can do this by signing up on our Patreon Page here: http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks As a Grave Keeper, for $5 per month you will get: Access to every episode of our show, AD-FREE – MONTHS BEFORE THEY GO PUBLIC. Access to every EXCLUSIVE PART 2 episode of our show for Grave Keeper Only! Access to submit questions to upcoming guests of our show. The “good feeling” knowing that you are keeping this show alive (It really does feel good!)
Nov 26, 2018
The Rockford Haunting Part 1 | The Grave Talks Podcast
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Strange noises, shadow people and being physically attacked are not things anyone seeks out in a new home. In the winter of 2012, Hunter and Jenny Scott found all this and more in there new country home just outside of Rockford, Alabama. They thought they had found the perfect fixer-upper. What they really stumbled into was an experience that would later be titled The Rockford Haunting.  The murderous story and connections experienced by this family were so unique that many years earlier, the famous author Harper Lee began penning a now infamous unpublished work on it.  What dark past did this home hide? What did the spirits of the deceased want? We discuss all of this and more with paranormal investigator Kim Johnson, who helped the family through this very difficult and extreme time in their life. Listen to part 2 at http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks Visit our site:  http://www.thegravetalks.com/the-rockford-haunting/
Nov 19, 2018
The Exorcism of Cindy Sauer Part 1 | The Grave Talks Podcast
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Cindy Sauer Appeared to be enjoying a good life. She was married to a loving husband and was a mother to 3 girls. A far cry from the title of the book that would depict the following years of her life, The Exorcism of Cindy Sauer. Then things suddenly took a turn for the worst. in 2009 her husband took his own life very unexpectedly. She was overcome with grief and as many would fall into a depression. It was at this time that unexplained events began occurring around her home. She's very quickly concluded that these may be paranormal in nature, possibly even her deceased husband attempting to leave a message. This assumption very quickly changed as things went from paranormal to sinister and possibly demonic. She suffered horrific nightmares, terrifying images presented night after night depicting unspeakable atrocities. And then the hunting went from an external battle to an internal war that would require an exorcism. The Exorcism of Cindy Sauer, was one that did not end in one cleansing. The internal battle would continue for a time to come and would it never permanently go away. On today’s episode of The Grave Talks, we hear the personal story of The Exorcism of Cindy Sauer.
Nov 12, 2018
Haunted St. Albans Sanatorium Part 1 | The Grave Talks Podcast
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Darkness Has A Home At St. Albans Sanatorium. There's never any guarantee that you're going to "find" anything on a ghost hunt. Investigators often scoff at televised ghost shows and their enormous amount of evidence conveniently found just in time for the cameras. If you ever decide to enter haunted St. Albans Sanatorium seeking to find the proof you are looking for, it may just be your lucky day. Originally constructed as a boys school during a time when hazing was just part of life and academics, St. Albans Sanatorium saw its first years brimming with adolescent energy and poor choices. Listen to part 2 here: http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks Visit our page here: http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-st-albans-sanatorium/
Nov 05, 2018
Missouri State Penitentiary Part 1 | The Grave Talks Podcast
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Dark Energy Lives At the Missouri State Penitentiary. Nearly 100 years older than Alcatraz, the Haunted Missouri State Penitentiary has a very dark history. Stories of abuse, dungeons, malnourishment, riots, murder and more are all disturbing chapters in the life of this massive gothic structure. Today it sits as a museum and tourist attraction, for years it was home to the worst of society. For others, it was their final stop before putting to death by the gas chamber. Listen to part 2 here: http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks Visit our website here: http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-missouri-state-penitentiary/
Oct 29, 2018
Haunted House of Wills Part 1 | The Grave Talks Podcast
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Sometimes a building just speaks to you. Something about it comes alive and reaches out to grab your imagination and focus. For me, the haunted House of Wills is one of those places. The haunting images of its decaying insides line many websites of both paranormal investigators and urban explorers. For many years it was left to rot, in this time many investigators and adventure seekers discovered something not so welcoming behind its doors. With a storied history that leads back to the turn of the century, what is now known as the Haunted House of Wills was once a Greman social club, speakeasy, hospital and in its last incarnation for many years, a funeral home. Rumors of murders, mafia involvement and unsavory business practices plagued many of owners while it was in operation. Listen to part 2 at - http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks Visit our website at - http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-house-of-wills/ ‎
Oct 22, 2018
Return to Bothell Part 1 | The Grave Talks Podcast
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In the previous episode of The Grave Talk, we talked with Keith Linder about the haunting of his home. We discussed the chaos it caused in his personal life and the mental strain it took on him and his girlfriend. His story was featured on an episode of Ghost Adventures, however, very little evidence was found by the Ghost Adventures crew, resulting in many calling Keith and his Girlfriend a fraud. Despite the stories Keith shared and the existing evidence shown to a national audience, Keith endured ridicule and many expressing their doubt in his story.  Listen to part 2 at http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks  Visit our website at http://www.thegravetalks.com/return-to-bothell/
Oct 15, 2018
The Bothell Hell House Part 1 | The Grave Talks Podcast
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Darkness Lives in The Bothell Hell House. I’ve talks to countless individuals, families, and investigators about their haunting encounters and quite honestly, the story of The Bothell Hell House is one of the most terrifying I’ve ever heard. I can’t recall a case where so many dark and seemingly demonic signs and actions were taken against the living with such force and hate. This is truly a stunning case about pure evil and its desire to wreak havoc on the lives of the living. To listen to both parts of the interview become a Grave Keeper at http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks Visit our episode page at http://www.thegravetalks.com/the-bothell-hell-house/
Oct 08, 2018
Western State Lunatic Asylum Part 1 | The Grave Talks Podcast
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The Western State Lunatic Asylum has been the topic of paranormal rumors and legends for decades. What are the menacing forces that live behind its walls. For over one hundred and twenty years the Western Lunatic Asylum has been the site of medical experiments and has seen medicine and care turn from archaic to modern. The mad, the violent, and the disenfranchised of Western Kentucky were all once housed together inside its dark medical wards. Many became victims of garish experiments and arcane medical practices of another time. We discuss the stories of discarded orphans, the feeble-minded and the criminally insane living together in this man-made purgatory. It is these spirits that still make themselves and their torment known to the living to this day. To hear part two of our interview with Steve Asher, become a Grave Keeper at http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks  Find out more at: http://www.thegravetalks.com/western-state-lunatic-asylum/
Oct 01, 2018
Haunted Big Sur Lighthouse - Part 1 | The Grave Talks Podcast
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Originally commissioned in 1889, the Big Sur Lighthouse has been a beacon for those coming off the ocean in peace, and a final sign of life, as many lives were swept up by the ocean as their ships went down. Not only has what is now known as the Haunted Big Sur Lighthouse been a structure by the sea, it has been home to many families employed to watch the building and to keep its lights shining bright. Many of the families who called the haunted Big Sur Lighthouse home lasted less than one year before calling it quits. Maybe it was the isolation of living in such tight quarters that drove them out. It could have been the constant anxiety that they felt, watching ships come in and many... Go down. Either way, emotions ran high in the Big Sur Lighthouse for many generations. Does the energy that these families felt still echo through the halls of Big Sur, or do their spirits intelligently run the lighthouse from the other side? It is questions like these that we have answered in today's episode of The Grave Talks as we talk with Julie Nunes about the ghosts of Big Sur. To listen to part 2 of our interview visit http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks See more at http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-big-sur-lighthouse/
Sep 24, 2018
Haunted Summerwind Mansion Part 1 | The Grave Talks Podcast
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There mere mention of the name Summerwind Mansion is instantly connected to the word haunted when discussed in the state of Wisconsin. The haunted Summerwind Mansion has a story spanning more than a century. Its story runs deep through many families, rumors of insanity, demonic activity, and ghosts. The haunted Summerwind Mansion is infamous no so much for who lived there, but for why many couldn't live there. Many have been drawn to the property for unexplained reasons or forces. To date, almost all of its residents who attempted to occupy the fabled structured, have found themselves also compelled or forced to leave with just as much drive. Why does the haunted Summerwind Mansion have such powers? This is a question hundreds have been asking since it was built more than one hundred years ago. Listen to part 2 of our interview at http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks   http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-summerwind-mansion/ ‎
Sep 17, 2018
Haunted Wisconsin (Part 1) - The Grave Talks Podcast
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Part 1: Haunted Wisconsin And Its Spirits. Maybe it's just the circle of people I grew up around. Maybe its just the physical location and everyone having common paranormal experiences. Whatever it is, talk of "ghosts" around Wisconsin is a common thing. It's not as taboo a topic as it feels in other areas of the country. As a child, I would regularly check out books from the local library about haunted Wisconsin and would ask teachers, friends or anyone who would listen about their ghostly experiences. On today's episode of The Grave Talks, we discuss several of Wisconsin's haunted locations as well as a few others in surrounding states with Craig Nehring Of Fox Valley Ghost Hunters. To listen to part 2 of our interview visit http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks Visit our website at http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-wisconsin/
Sep 10, 2018
Haunted Kentucky State Penitentiary
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Haunted Kentucky State PenitentiaryOftentimes the institutions or former prisons that we discuss on The Grave Talks are long forgotten relics that no longer house the living. The Kentucky State Penitentiary breaks this mold. Today, the behemoth is known as the castle on the Cumberland still houses hundreds of inmates and staff working to keep the worst of society behind its walls. Quite a feat for a structure completed in 1886 and still running today. The Haunted Kentucky State Penitentiary is still home to Kentucky's death row inmates and houses the execution facility. To listen to part two of our interview, become a Grave Keeper through Patreon at http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks More at:  http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-kentucky…ate-penitentiary/Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sep 03, 2018
Haunted Bobby Mackey's Music World
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Some legends claim that the property holds a portal to the other side. Some say the side it points to is down, meaning hell. Almost a gateway of sorts to the underworld. Rumors fly abound that the ghost of a man found dead in a field mere miles from the front door haunt Bobby Mackey's Music World. They claim that the murder took place at the hands of Satanists who cured the location and everyone involved in prosecuting their murder case. Further stories of darkness include that of a pregnant dancer named Johanna. It is rumored that she committed suicide in the 1950s after her father murdered her lover and father to her unborn child in the dressing room of Bobby Mackey's Music World. Listen to part to at http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks Visit our site at :  http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-bobby-mackeys-music-world/Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aug 27, 2018
Haunted 1858 Garnett House Hotel
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In the 1870's, the town of Garnett Kansas was a crossroads of a new world. Settlers, cowboys, criminals and the righteous all passed through this now forgotten town. Some notable characters of the day included Wyatt Erp, Bat Masterson, Wild Bill Hickock, Buffalo Bill Cody, Belle Star, Jesse James and many others have all stayed at what was the Garnett House Hotel.Screams in the night have been heard on EVP recording was taken at the Haunted Garnett House. One of the most disturbing elements of these screams is that they appear to come from a child. Who this child is, and what this child need remains to be known. However, these screams are far from a one-time occurrence.Listen to more at https://www.patreon.com/thegravetalksLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aug 20, 2018
Haunted Ashmore Estates
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Sometimes a building just speaks to you. Draws you close to it, for some reason drives you through its doors and keeps you there. Haunted Ashmore Estates is one of those places. The property in Ashmore, IL has been standing since 1916 and has seen countless souls pass through its doors. Their slogan "some call it home" speaks to a select group who at one time during their lives, did, in fact, call it home. It seems that even in death, many of these same individuals still feel this way. Find out more at:  http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-ashmore-estates/Listen to part 2 at : http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalksLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aug 13, 2018
Old Charleston Jail
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Haunted Old Charleston JailThese days if a building is still standing past the age of 30, it almost inevitably has a ghost story attached to it. If a building has been standing for nearly 200 years, it likely holds hundreds of ghost stories. Add to that the fact that it was built on a burial ground and imprisoned those deserving and not through one of the darkest periods of American history. You then have a structure almost glowing with the paranormal. That building is the Haunted Old Charleston Jail.To listen to every episode of The Grave Talks & Exclusive Interviews become a Grave Keeper at https://www.patreon.com/thegravetalksLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aug 06, 2018
Haunted Bonnie Springs Ranch
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Located just outside the glitz and excess of the Las Vegas strip sits a plot of land that takes visitors to another time and place. That land is known as the Haunted Bonnie Springs Ranch. The ranch has much more to offer than just ghosts or spirits from another time. However, the undead who still reside on the ranch will be the focus of this episode of The Grave Talks. Find out more at:  http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-bonnie-springs-ranch/To listen to every episode of The Grave Talks & Exclusive Interviews become a Grave Keeper at https://www.patreon.com/thegravetalksLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jul 30, 2018
Haunted Antiques
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How haunted are these items? That very much depends on what it is we are talking about and what the haunted antique was used for. When one owns a haunted antique, does the former owner come with it? Sometimes, yes. Sometimes, no. According to author Duane Scott Cerny who we talked to about this topic, it seems haunted antiques are more a vehicle for repeated energy than they are for a conscious energy or soul. Find out more at  http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-antiques/To listen to every episode of The Grave Talks & Exclusive Interviews become a Grave Keeper at https://www.patreon.com/thegravetalksLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jul 23, 2018
How To Get More Episodes of The Grave Talks
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When you become a Grave Keeper through Patreon you will have EXCLUSIVE ACCESS to ADVANCE EPISODES weeks before they are released to the public and EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS for Patreon Supporters ONLY!!! Become a Grave Keeper and help to keep us on the air here: https://www.patreon.com/thegravetalksLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jul 16, 2018
Haunted USS Hornet
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Take the drive past Oakland or up to Bay Farm Island, and you will find yourself on Almeda Island. The island is home to several decommissioned US war vessels from a bygone era. Many of which now spend their days baking away in the hot California Sun slowly rising and falling in a sea of salt water. Not exactly the perfect environment for preservation. Nonetheless, the Haunted USS Hornet resides in these Waters, as does a live crew that works tirelessly to tell the story of an American legend and the crew who sailed her. That same crew, who to this day, although deceased may still be on board the haunted ship if the stories are real. Find out more at  http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-uss-hornet/To listen to every episode of The Grave Talks & Exclusive Interviews become a Grave Keeper at https://www.patreon.com/thegravetalksLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jul 16, 2018
Haunted Hales Bar Dam
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The Haunted Hales Bar Dam Today.Today, the area is home to tourists, fisherman, campers and the spirits of those who haunt the Hales Bar Dam. Some say the ghost of a murdered woman roams the hall trying to tell her long-forgotten story. Others claim that a demonic entity walks the tunnel system of the dam. Full-bodied apparations have also appeared to ghost hunters and tourists in the area, many suspecting those buried in its walls have never left.Find out more at  http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-hales-bar-dam/To listen to every episode of The Grave Talks & Exclusive Interviews become a Grave Keeper at https://www.patreon.com/thegravetalksLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jul 09, 2018
Haunted Hill View Manor
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On today's episode of The Grave Talks, we talk with Rachelle Rozzo and Jim Backus, the foremost investigators of the Haunted Hill View Manor. We hear the story of its ghosts, spirits and what they why they choose to haunt the Hill View. Were these spirits once residents of the historic building, or have they arrived to the party after the living left? To listen to every episode of The Grave Talks & Exclusive Interviews become a Grave Keeper at https://www.patreon.com/thegravetalksLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jul 02, 2018
Haunted Costume Shop Day Dreams & Nightmares
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Daydreams and Nightmares costume shop in Modesto California is much more than just another store to buy a costume for Halloween or a party. Instead, this is known as the haunted costume shop. A shop frequented by regulars and celebrities alike seeking out their next costume, or spirt. Find out more at http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-costume-shop/ To listen to every episode of The Grave Talks & Exclusive Interviews become a Grave Keeper at https://www.patreon.com/thegravetalksLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jun 25, 2018
Rolling Hills Asylum
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Strange noises in the night. A corridor where shadow people roam freely. In more recent times, conscious and sometimes humorous comments come through as investigators try to make contact with the dead while collecting EVPs. For a facility that once held some very negative energy, surprisingly there seems to be quite a positive energy emanating from Rolling Hills Asylum these days.On this episode of The Grave Talks, we discuss the current state of affairs with Sharon Coyle, Proprietress of the facility.Download link error has been updated and fixed.Find out more at http://www.thegravetalks.com/rolling-hills-asylum/To listen to every episode of The Grave Talks & Exclusive Interviews become a Grave Keeper at https://www.patreon.com/thegravetalksLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jun 18, 2018
19: Seminole Death House | Haunted Places & People
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Haunted Seminole Death House & It's Dark History In the area of Seminole Florida, there is a building with a tragic and storied past. Its inhabitants tend to leave very quickly, for strange reasons. This building is known to the local paranormal community as the haunted Seminole death house. It's been home to countless individuals and families over the years. Lives lived, and lives lost to unexpected, unexplained and bizarre situations. What do the spirits of this house have against those still living? What Lies Beneath The Haunted Seminole Death House? Find out more at http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-seminole-death-house/
Jun 11, 2018
Seminole Death House
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Haunted Seminole Death House & It's Dark HistoryIn the area of Seminole Florida, there is a building with a tragic and storied past. Its inhabitants tend to leave very quickly, for strange reasons. This building is known to the local paranormal community as the haunted Seminole death house. It's been home to countless individuals and families over the years. Lives lived, and lives lost to unexpected, unexplained and bizarre situations. What do the spirits of this house have against those still living?What Lies Beneath The Haunted Seminole Death House?Find out more at http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-seminole-death-house/Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jun 11, 2018
18: The Haunted Queen Mary | Haunted Places & Ghost Stories
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Are The Ghosts of The Haunted Queen Mary Happy? One may feel the need to help a ghost or spirit "crossover". However, what if the spirit is already crossed over to the place they want to be. What if that place is on board a ship that they loved in life. What if they are already at home and we are the ones invading their space? Find out more about the haunted Queen Mary at: http://www.thegravetalks.com/haunted-queen-mary/
Jun 04, 2018
17: The Ghosts of St. Augustine | Haunted Cities & Haunted Places
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St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied city in the United States. Because of this, you can imagine that St. Augustine's history is rich. Along with all of the people who have lived in and visited St. Augustine throughout its 449 years, a lot of people have died here. After death, many assume that these spirits should "move on", however, if you've ever walked the streets of St. Augustine you may develop a differing opinion on the final destination. It's safe to say, St. Augustine may be one of the most haunted cities in the United States. Ghosts that don't want to leave. The downtown streets of St. Augustine are old, narrow, and tightly connected. They lead from one haunted location to the next. With so many haunted locations its impossible to cover them all in one episode, but we will do our best. Today on the Grave Talks, The Ghosts of St. Augustine. Find more at [http://www.thegravetalks.com/the-ghosts-of-st-augustine/](http://www.thegravetalks.com/the-ghosts-of-st-augustine/)
May 28, 2018
16: The Allen House | Haunted Places & Ghost Stories
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A house that speaks to you When Mark Spencer and his family moved into the beautiful old Allen House in Monticello, Arkansas, they were aware of its notorious reputation for being haunted. According to local lore, the troubled spirit of society belle Ladell Allen, who had mysteriously committed suicide in the master bedroom in 1948, still roamed the grand historic mansion known as the Allen House. Just some old ghost stories... Yet, Mark remained skeptical about the ghosts of the Allen House — until he and his family began encountering faceless phantoms, a doppelganger spirit, and other paranormal phenomena. Ensuing ghost investigations offered convincing evidence that six spirits, including Ladell, inhabited their home. Lost love letters lead to death at the Allen House But the most shocking event occurred the day Mark followed a strange urge to explore the attic of the Allen House and found, crammed under a floorboard, secret love letters that touchingly depict Ladell Allen’s forbidden, heart-searing romance—and shed light on her tragic end. Find more at http://www.thegravetalks.com/the-allen-house/
May 21, 2018
15: The Farnsworth House Inn | Haunted Places & Ghosts
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The Historic Farnsworth House Inn is named in honor of Brigadier General Elon John Farnsworth, who led an ill-fated charge after the failure of Pickett's charge, claiming the lives of Farnsworth and 65 of his men. A long and violent history. The original part of the house was built in 1810, followed by the brick structure in 1833\. The house sheltered Confederate sharpshooters during the three-day conflict, one of whom it is believed to have accidentally shot 20 year-old Mary Virginia "Jennie"  Wade, the only civilian who died during the battle. More than 100 bullet holes pock the walls. Following the battle, the house served as a hospital. The Lincoln procession passed the Farnsworth House on November 19, 1863, on the way to the National Cemetery where he delivered the famous Gettysburg Address. Harvey Sweney, the owner of the house during the battle, composed a letter to his brother, penning the most insightful and powerful account ever written on the subject. Today, the Bed & Breakfast guests enjoy lovely Victorian rooms and at times... Ghosts Today we discuss the ghosts of The Historic Farnsworth House Inn. Get more at http://www.thegravetalks.com
May 14, 2018
14: Ghosts of Chattanooga | Haunted Placed & Ghosts
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Chattanooga is one of the most haunted cities in the United States. Chattanooga is the home of one of the most famous railways in American history, the site of a historic trade route along the Tennessee River and the gateway to the Deep South. Chattanooga has a haunted past- a past that still lives through the spirits that still roam the city. The dead still roam the streets. Whether it is the ghost of the Delta Queen still lingering from the days of the river trade, the porter who forever roams the grounds of the historic Terminal Station or the ghosts that have haunted the city from below, through its elaborate underground tunnel system, the specter of Chattanooga’s past is everywhere. Today we discuss the ghosts of Chattanooga. Find out more at http://www.thegravetalks.com
May 07, 2018
13: Ghosts of The West Virginia State Penitentiary | Haunted Places
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The West Virginia State Penitentiary is one of the most haunting structures you will ever see. Built to somewhat mimic a prison built in Joliet Illinois, The West Virginia State Penitentiary is a massive gothic structure that looks like it could be the set for a horror movie where the dead return feast on the flesh of the living as a group of hold-outs seek solace behind its strong walls... Oh, wait. That's already been done. The West Virginia State Penitentiary was home to countless famous inmates over the course of its life. The West Virginia State Penitentiary was also the site of countless murders, suicides, and unspeakable violence. It's limestone walls still hold much of this negative energy which can be felt from the moment you walk through its gates. Several riots occurred on the property during its life, many which ended in death and emotional devastation. Today The West Virginia State Penitentiary is used for corporate functions, meetings, retreats, weddings and of course ghost hunts. Today we hear the real ghost stories of The West Virginia State Penitentiary. See more at http://www.thegravetalks.com
Apr 30, 2018
12: The Ghosts of Mackinac Island | Haunted Places & Ghosts
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Mackinac Island to me is one of the most intriguing places I've ever visited. Even as a child, something drew me to the island and called me back time and time again. I wouldn't say it was paranormal, but there was something about it that I couldn't put my finger on. Located between the upper and lower peninsula of Michigan, Mackinac Island is a tourist hot spot in the summer seasons. In winter, it could very well be the setting for a horror movie like the shining as the population drops off to locals only, with the only way to access the island being a once daily ice-breaking fairy or helicopter. The massive resorts such as the grand hotel sit empty, with only the maintenance and caretakers roaming the halls... Or could there be others still on the island... not so living people... still walking the halls of these historic resorts and homesteads. On today's episode of The Grave Talks, we hear several ghost stories, yet just touch the surface of one of the most haunted islands in the world. The Ghosts of Mackinac Island. Find out more at http://www.thegravetalks.com
Apr 23, 2018
6: Ghost Hunting With Brian Parsons | Haunted, Paranormal & Supernatural
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Brian D. Parsons is the Director of Ghost Help (formerly a paranormal group from 1996-2011), the Executive Director of ParaNexus and has worked with a number of groups and organizations since 1996.  Brian has written six books, Handbook for the Amateur Paranormal Investigator or Ghost Hunter: How to Become a Successful Paranormal Group as well as a companion book, Betty's Ghost: A Guide to Paranormal Investigation, and follow-up exploring more concepts in paranormal group operation Handbook for the Amateur Paranormal Investigator II: The Art and Science of Paranormal Investigation . His fourth book, The "E4" Method: Breaking the Mold of Paranormal Investigation looks at his unique methodology of client-centered investigation that utilizes a skeptical foundation, psychology, advanced interviewing skills, parapsychology, spiritualism, as well as the "Ghost Excavation" methodology  He joins us today to discuss ghost hunting and what he believes to be the best methods of hunting for ghosts. Find out more at http://www.thegravetalks.com
Apr 16, 2018
11: The Crescent Hotel | Haunted Places & Paranormal Stories
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The Crescent hotel was built in 1886 as a resort for the wealthy and notable, however quickly became unmanageable and fell into disrepair. In 1908, it had been reopened as the Crescent college and Conservatory for Young girls. This establishment closed down in 1924, then opened once more in 1930 as a college. In 1937, it got a brand new owner, Norman G. Baker, who turned the place into a hospital and health resort. Baker, a rich person inventor and radio personality, titled himself as a doctor, despite having had no medical coaching. He claimed to own discovered variety of "cures" for numerous ailments, as well as cancer, and launched frequent attacks on organized medicine, which he accused of being corrupt and profit-driven. Having been run out of Iowa for practicing medicine without a license, Baker moved his cancer patients to Arkansas and publicized his new health resort at the Crescent. His "cure" consisted primarily of drinking the area's spring water.[clarification needed] In 1940, federal charges were filed against Baker for fraud and he spent four years in jail. On March fifteen, 1967, the hotel was nearly burned to the ground. In 1997, the Crescent hotel was purchased by Marty and Elise Roenigk, who oversaw a six-year restoration and renovation of the hotel rooms. Today we hear the ghost stories of what is known as on the most haunted hotels in the United States.
Apr 09, 2018
10: The Bellgrove Plantation | Haunted Places & Ghost Stories
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Many people and paranormal groups have tried to answer the question of "Is the Bellgrove Plantation Haunted"? Even the SyFy Channel’s Ghost Hunters has investigated the Bellgrove Plantation. All who enter the Bellgrove Plantation, come back away have an equivalent answer . . . There is definitely something there.We have seen apparitions. We've heard voices and sounds. We've seen a ball of light in broad daylight! We've we've seen pictures that just can’t be explained. These are all statements have been made about the house. How haunted is the Bellgrove Plantation? Among the unimaginable volume of proof that has been gathered, one of great interest is the witnessing of a girl dressed in white standing on the balcony, additionally, an African–American girl in a very yellow dress wearing a turban leave the room carrying something. Another apparition of a soldier walking past the spectator so clearly that the color of his hair was defined and has also been caught at the Bellgrove Plantation. Today we hear the full history of The Bellgrove Plantation. Find more athttp://www.thegravetalks.com/the-bellgrove-plantation/
Apr 02, 2018
9: The Bellaire House | Haunted Places & Ghosts
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The Bellaire House sits on a Leyline - that implies there is a consistent wellspring of paranormal vitality that goes all through the house. In the Ohio Valley, numerous coal mine blasts have happened and numerous lives were lost. The Bellaire House sits over Coal Mine #1, Jacob Heatherington claimed the majority of the coal mines in the Ohio Valley. Jacob likewise worked in the mines with his representatives and his closest companion Jack, a donkey. The old nursery rhyme "This is the House that Jack Built" was about Jack to enable Jacob to construct his manor and his coal mine business. Behind the house is a Native American internment area. Before the house is the Ohio River. The some dark spirits have been removed, more return time and time again. There is a kid soul staying inside the Bellaire House and her name is Emily Davis. She used to play at the Bellaire House when she was a kid. Through research Rebecca Stamm-Gardner and Kristin Lee discovered there was additionally a second Emily Davis. The Bellaire House appears to dependably pull in individuals who have a similar first and last name arrangement. One Emily Davis was know to have suffocated, and another Emily Davis was known as a dear companion to the first proprietor of the land. Emily likes to talk through EVP's and on the Ghost Box. She jumps at the chance to illuminate the "beautiful hues " of the K2 meter. In 2005 Kristin Lee was affected by two floods which left her family homeless. Soon after they moved in they saw "odd" things. Kristin Lee faulted everything except for paranormal until the point when one night as she lay in bed, she was assaulted and her dog was tossed against the wall. By then Kristin Lee connected with Ohio Valley Paranormal Research Investigations. Today we hear the story of the Bellaire House. Find out more at http://www.thegravetalks.com
Mar 26, 2018
8: White Hill Mansion | Haunted Places & Ghosts
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Robert Field inherited the property that would later be known as The White Hill Mansion from his father in 1757\. As a successful merchant, Robert built a comfortable mansion on the property. Robert married Mary Peel in 1765\. The marriage would be cut short by death, as Robert drowned under mysterious circumstances January 29, 1775.  Mary lived at White Hill Mansion throughout the RevolutionaryWar and thanks to her cunning intelligence helped the property survived intact. In 1797 Mary signed over the property to her son, Robert III. Unfortunately, he lost the entire property due to mismanagement in 1804. The White Hill Mansion has changed hands many times since the original owners, occupied by inventors, doctors and a State Senator. In 1923 an upscale German Restaurant often visited by New Jersey’s elite was opened in The White Hill Mansion. In 1972 the restaurant was sold. It was twice sold after that and finally to the Stepan planned to demolish the house, the Borough stepped in and bought the White Hill Mansion, saving it from destruction.  A restoration project of The White Hill Mansion began in 2004\. Over 30,000 artifacts were uncovered, as well as several building foundations and evidence of native American occupation. Many spirits are still said to haunt the halls of The White Hill Mansion. Today we learn who they are.  See more at http://www.ghostpodcast.com
Mar 19, 2018
7: Statler City Hotel | Haunted Places & Paranormal Activity
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The Statler City Hotel was built by Elsworth Statler in 1923 in the heart of downtown Buffalo. It featured glorious ballrooms and 1100 hotel rooms that are still occupied by some guests to this day... However the hotel is closed, and these guests are not living.  We talk with Conor Hawkins about the history of the Statler City Hotel, where it has been and where it is going in the future. We also learn about its deceased guests that still linger around the hotel to this day.  Find out more at http://www.thegravetalks.com
Mar 12, 2018
6: St. Ignatius Haunted Hospital in Colfax | Haunted Places & Paranormal Activity
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In 1893, St. Ignatius was the first hospital to serve Whitman County. The first patient was a pneumonia case. In the first month, ten were admitted. Three were released and seven remained. The first death was recorded in June of 1893, when F.E. Martin, a railroad employee, was crushed between railroad cars. He is just one of the ghosts known to walk the halls. The hospital was sold in 1968, but the building stayed open until 2003 and housed developmentally disabled adults in the bottom floors. All that remains now are the spirits of the past. On this episode we learn about its haunted past and who still lives there today. If its a haunted place or person, we talk about it on The Grave Talks! We discuss everything from demons, demonic activity, ghosts, ghost hunting, ghost stories, haunted houses, haunted asylums, paranormal activity, supernatural sightings or other unexplained ghostly activity! Subscribe, and don't miss a single episode! Find out more at http://www.thegravetalks.com #ghosts #ghoststories #halloween #horror #paranormal #supernatural #haunting #haunted #demonic #hauntedhouse #cemetery #evp #ghoststory #ghostbusters #unexplained #shadowpeople #investigation #truestory
Mar 05, 2018
6: Malvern Manor | Haunted Places & Paranormal Encounters
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The Malvern Manor was the fourth structure built in Malvern and named the Cottage Hotel. Its original clientele were people who came via the railroad, which today is the Wabash Trace Nature Trail. In the 1950s it was turned into a care facility and years later, more of a group home setting where people with ranging ailments all lived in the home together. Today, it is the residents and guests of years past who haunt the Malven Manor. On today's episode, we talk with Josh Heard, the current owner of Malvern Manor about what those ghosts want today.  Find out more at http://www.thegravetalks.com
Feb 26, 2018
5: Haunted Hinsdale House | Paranormal & Supernatural
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The haunted house in Hinsdale, perhaps the most famous haunted house in the area, has all the elements of a good ghost story: a mysterious history, strange sightings, unexplainable events and even an exorcism. The house on McMahon Road first gained notoriety when a book, “Echoes of a Haunting,” Clara and Phil Dandy lived in the house along with their children in the early 1970s. During their time there, they were visited by many spirits. A priest from St. Bonaventure University was at the house more than once to perform an exorcism which worked for awhile but as time went by the Dandy family lost the battle and ended up leaving the house for good. As the years passed by a few families have lived in the home but didn’t stay for long. This is where Daniel Klaes chapter in this story starts. Daniel purchased the infamous house and put it back into a functional condition. Today Daniel lets teams investigate the property in hopes of discovering the mystery behind the ghosts who haunt this home.
Feb 19, 2018
4: Andrea Perron's True Conjuring | Haunted, Paranormal, Supernatural
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This is the true story of what occurred to the real-life family portrayed in The Conjuring. In June of 1970 Andrea Perrons family found a glorious farm and then moved mountains to buy what was known as the old Arnold Estate; two-hundred acres of land with a big barn and a farmhouse; plenty of space to spread out and explore Nature. It was the perfect place to raise a family, according to the owner, though he failed to disclose a crucial element of the experience he endured as an occupant. The day they moved in, he told her father: “…leave the lights on at night.” A rather cryptic message. Thus began an incredible odyssey; a supernatural excursion through dimensions of time and space as the history of its characters from the ages began to reveal themselves to seven mortals who could not conceive of and never anticipated such events transpiring in our lives. Portions of their story would later be turned into the blockbuster movie The Conjuring. For almost a decade her family lived among the dead. There they came to understand that we are not alone and there is something beyond mortal existence. Listen to more at http://www.thegravetalks.com
Feb 19, 2018
3: What Happened in Watervliet?
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Today we continue our talk with Jill Marie Morris about “207”, The true story based upon a series of terrifying events that occurred in her life living in Upstate New York during the late 1980s. We discuss what she attempts to uncover about the unknown history of this area of Watervliet, and the roadblocks that continue to fall in her quest for the truth. Listen to this exciting two-part episode to learn the dark and possibly demonic history of this haunted area. See more at http://www.thegravetalks.com
Feb 19, 2018
2: 207 In Watervliet | Haunted, Paranormal & Supernatural
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Today we talk with Jill Marie Morris about “207”. The true story based upon a series of terrifying events that occurred in her life living in Upstate New York during the late 1980s. Just married and pregnant, Jill and her then-husband moved into 207 19th Street, Watervliet, despite her hesitation about the spiritual aspects of the property. Jill tell us about her experience a with a sequence of foreboding dreams. We also discuss the disturbing events when husband began to undergo extreme personality disturbances and bizarre behavior which continued to escalate until after months of relentless emotional and spiritual torture he cornered her and their eight-month-old son with a loaded .12-gauge shotgun. Listen to this exciting two-part episode to learn the dark and possibly demonic history of this haunted area. Listen to more at http://www.thegravetalks.com
Feb 19, 2018
1: Beattie Mansion | True Haunted Experiences
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The Beattie Mansion, also known as the House on the Hill was built in 1854 by Armstrong and Eliza Beattie. Armstrong died in 1878 from a “sudden bout of cholera”. Eliza died 2 years later in 1880\. They had no children. The home was sold to the Ladies Union Benevolence Association (LUBA) and became a “Home for the Friendless” designed for the homeless and distressed of the era. Also in 1895 The Beattie Mansion was converted into the Memorial Home for the Aged which it served for 100 years. In 1995 LUBA, in need of more modern facilities for its residents and decided to move the aged home to another location. At this point the building was temporarily used as a group home for the mentally ill and substance addicts. It was sold to the current owner in 2004 and has sat empty since, with the plans to turn the building into a quaint B&B. However… Those plans have been put on hold due to its undead residents…. Listen to the podcast to hear their story. Please subscribe and listen to more episodes at http://www.thegravetalks.com
Feb 19, 2018