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222 Paranormal Podcast

All things paranormal With your host Jennifer Shortridge & Joe Shortridge Brother and Sister duo Joe and Jen have been interested in all things paranormal since their childhood. We bring to you our personal experiences, news from the paranormal world and special guests.
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Now displaying: December, 2018
Dec 30, 2018

Another year wraps up and we have had a phenomenal time! From start to finish we have brought you some fresh and new shows which included some of the finest interviews of paranormal realm, tales from haunted locations and weird tales of the strange. We have been blessed to be able to travel to haunted locations, ghost hunt with friends and meet new people at many conventions. AS we look back the 222 Paranormal Podcast brings you a recap of 2018's finest moments, funny stories from the road and of course a new round of bloopers!

Joe and Jen want to thank you for listening and being on the rabbit hole journey and wish you all the best as we all go into 2019!

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Dec 23, 2018

Welcome to the 2018 Christmas Spooktacular! On the 127th episode of the 222 Paranormal Podcast we bring you scary ghost stories of Christmas and hear from friends of the show's Christmas time ghost encounters. For centuries, the telling of ghost stories around campfires and hearths were shared among friends, clans and families at Yule to give the living access to the dead. Original stories were darker, tied more to the winter, darkness, rebirth and the fundamentals of life. As the Victorian age came about the stories morphed to add life lessons and used to keep children from misbehaving. Today we share Christmas Ghost tales as our gift to you.

Listen in to our amazing show #127 and to all our listeners we want to wish everyone a very happy holiday season!

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Dec 16, 2018

Return of the Ward! Return of the Ward!!! Once again our paths cross with the myth hunter, Mothman expert, the wizard of weird... the one and only Steve Ward.

Fresh off his time in Point Pleasant WV, Steve Ward stops by the 222 Paranormal Podcast to update us on this year's Mothman Festival and other weird happenings. Steve has years of true field experience, and Steve's knowledge of legends and high weirdness bring an amazing show full of interesting tales from his travels.

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Dec 9, 2018

Nothing is more iconic or tragic than the story of the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Lost lives, lost loves, lost history, lost souls. Thinking about how tragic events leave remnants of people stuck in the place they took their last breath. On the Water, in their cabin, on the deck, at the helm. Where do these spirits remain? Can they ever rest in peace? Do they haunt the oceans and shores where they were found, or sadly lost at sea? Could they go on knowing their story was not in vain, they were remembered and mourned. Does future generations recalling their deaths help easy them into the afterlife or are the stuck, frozen in time where the ice met metal? Do they cling the the objects we go to visit and view at museums?

Listen as we bring you the episode 125, of the 222 Paranormal Podcast, The Ghosts of Titanic.

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Dec 2, 2018

Across America there are some places that will always be known for being a safe haven. Churches, schools, lighthouses and fire stations. Places that the living congregate to seek shelter, get a meal, work, sleep, be with friends. So why wouldn't the dead hang around too? Fire Houses have a long history of activity, from former co-workers, tragically lost lives who remained behind, those lost in the line of duty, neighborhood dwellers curious to be around the living. Ask anyone who spends time in a firehouse and I am sure stories arise. Listen in to the episode 124 of the 222 Paranormal Podcast for some tales of the most haunted Fire Stations and house around America and talk to one man who runs such a place, the Michigan Firehouse Museum.

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