In Ghostly's twenty-first episode, Pat and Rebecca explore Marie Laveau, the original Voodoo Queen of New Orleans. Born in 1801, she was known for her charity work and voodoo magic. Since her death, Laveau has been seen all around New Orleans,
The 104th Anniversary of the Chicago Eastland Disaster. 844 people died in 15 minutes on a boat that never even left the dock.
In Ghostly's nineteenth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore President Abraham Lincoln and the stories of his ghost. The sixteenth president of the United States had an interesting life, but one that was also filled with sadness.
Check out our new merchandise Zazzle store! Visit http://ghostlypodcast.com/store for all your Ghostly merch! In Ghostly’s eighteenth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore the phenomenon known as Ouija boards. These modern talking boards have been sold in t...
In Ghostly's seventeenth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore the curse of Poltergeist
In Ghostly's sixteenth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore Waverly Hills Sanatorium, one of America’s most haunted places.
n Ghostly's first BONUS EPISODE, Pat and Rebecca go deeper into the history of H.H. Holmes, one of America’s first serial killers.
In Ghostly's fifteenth episode, Pat and Rebecca along with their friend Mondo explore H.H. Holmes, America’s first serial killer.
In Ghostly's fourteenth episode, Pat and Rebecca explore the Peshtigo Fire on October 8th, 1871 in Peshtigo, WI.
In Ghostly's thirteenth episode, Pat and Rebecca celebrate six months of Ghostly as well as National Poetry Month by exploring the haunting history of Edgar Allan Poe and the ghostly sightings that have continued after his death.