Everyone has heard of the 1600's Salem Witch Trials, but did you know there were prosecutions in Ohio, Michigan Connecticut and Pennsylvania as recent as the 1800'. Like the case that took place in Bethel, OH. where poor Nancy Evans was accused by vengeful neighbors. In this the 189th episode of the 222 Paranormal Podcast, we delve into some of the lesser know cases and trials where people were accused of witchcraft in the American colonies and states. Listen in as we tell the tales of one of the darkest chapters in Early American History.
Nestled at the base of Ohio, across the Ohio River from West Virginia sets a small sleepy town. But this isn't any town usa, this is Haunted Marietta. Marietta is the first permanent settlement of the new United States in the Territory Northwest of the Ohio River, but the white settlers weren't the first occupants.The Native American Hopewell tribes inhabited the lands since at least 100BC building multi-earthwork mounds across the whole of the area. As the French, George Washington and the settlers became interested in establishing homesteads, the conflicts arose, the killing began, revolutionary wars, the destruction of the sacred mounds and the massive flooding from the Ohio River all contributed to the spirits unrested converging in the small town of Marietta. Listen as we tell you the history of the Famous Lafayette Hotel, the Mound Cemetery and more about the city known as Haunted Marietta.
When you hear the words Disneyland you may think, happy, fun, dreams come true...or final resting place? Since the amusement parks opening, millions have visited but some select few have never left. For years families have brought their deceased loved ones to park for the final journey to the happiest place on earth.
Walt Disney probably never imaged the ashes of his fans would be spread around his creation even though Disney had an innate obsession with death.
Listen in as we bring you the 187th episode of the 222 Paranormal Podcast stories of deaths that occurred in the park, people who left their loved ones behind and the ghosts that roam the park.
I think it is every paranormal investigators dream is to search for a historic haunted mansion to buy. For one ghost hunter, this dream became reality. Jill Shelley of St. Croix Paranormal sought out a her real estate ambition, and after searching high and low, she made her dream come true. Nestled in a small community in Boyd, Minnesota stands the Boyd House. Built in the 1800's this home came with more than just four walls and a roof, it same with an extra bonus...ghosts. Jill shares her journey of looking for and purchasing a historic home and who she thinks is still residing in her house. The Boyd House is available for you and your team to brave staying the night.