Saturday January 28 2017
Our guest tonight was
The Haunting of Mississippi,
The Haunting of Louisiana,
The Haunting of Cape Cod and the Islands.
did the intro, and
completely neglected to mention why
was absent, as I was at a paranormal investigation in downtown Los Angeles.
Kat had Barbara start out about the
Apart from retelling of one ghost slapping awake a drowsing security guard, Barbara spoke about the
Sometimes the ghost of Mary Elizabeth would waylay tours by kindly calling the tour group into her bedroom, much to the surprise of the tour guide who'd turn around and find the tour group no longer following.
Barbara spoke of her stay at the
Bed & Breakfast, where a young invisible child vocally greeted her with a simple, single "Hello" around 2am.
After the first break, both outro and intro again neglecting to mention my existence,
Ceiling Cat Barbara Duncan
reported our having listeners tonight in the US, the UK, Canada, Singapore, Costa Rica, Unknown, and the new Anonymous.
(Kat did mention me on the outro for the second break.)
Bed and Breakfast
where one house and dog-sitter encountered a spectral figure on the staircase landing.
Another time the owners discovered a massive moisture drip from the ceiling; their plumber found a portrait hidden in the walls, and the water dripping immediately stopped.
Henry asked about the
Williams' Gingerbread House,
about which Barbara spoke.
She spoke about the enigmatic Jennie Merrill
Glenburnie Goat Castle murders,
as well as a tragic tale connected to a portrait at
also a tale of murder.
As Barbara spoke about King's Tavern, Henry suspected there was Some Sort Of Voice.
Listeners in the
could hear it as well.
It became a bit more evident as Barbara continued regarding
murder on the Natchez Trace,
and brutal brothers Big Harpe and Little Harpe, Mason and Murrell.
Henry asked about
in West Point, Mississippi, during which the faint distant voice/s were still evident.
Amusingly, Barbara was perplexed about the standard optival illusion of a portrait's eyes "following her," despite being a commonality amongst portraitures.
With time running down, Henry had Barbara discuss
aka Dr. Haller
Kat imparted that next week our topic would be on Great Lakes Ghosts.