Do you dare to chase the things that go bump in the night? Join Brooke on her new podcast, Sleepless in Suburbia, as she explores what hides in the shadows and lurks in the darkness. There's a new scary adventure each week, if you dare to join in every Tuesday. 

 

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Hey gang, long time no spooky share, it's Brooke the older wise more amazing sister, and I've missed your freaking faces. While Sam is off saving the world in her role as a 911 dispatcher, I'm branching off on my own until she returns. My new podcast, Sleepless in Suburbia, launched last week!! In fact, if you're listening to this today, 7/22/2020, you have four spooky episodes to binge. So what is Sleepless in Suburbia? Here's a peak.

 

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Hey Everyone! Its me the younger Clumsier sister here to explain why your Wednesday is lacking its normal spooky. NEVER FEAR NEW EPIODOSES RETURN OCTOBER 30 OR AT THE VERY LATEST NOVEMBER 6

Lock your doors and stay out of the shadows, this weeks episodes might keep you up tonight. 

 

Brooke is facing one of her fears today. Lurking in the shadows, possibly dancing between this reality and another, is a man I hope you never meet. His eyes burn red and upon his head is a hat. Many know him as a demon or as an omen of something bad to come. You might wake to find him walking from behind a curtain observing you like a specimen in a cage. Have you met the Hatman? You will today. 

Sam takes us to a town where, there is more hiding in the shadows than a man in a top hat with a briefcase. In this small midwestern town literally everywhere you look is haunted. From the parks to beautiful classic architecture homes, this town has it all... even a portal to hell. When we enter the city limits of Atchison, KS... stay together, because this road trip will leave you behind listening to the ghosts whaling from the cemetery. 

Are you ready? 

 

Let’s Keep the Spooky Conversation Going, Here’s How.

 

 

 

Welcome to episode 24 packed with spooky stories and haunted road trips. 

Hop in, Sam takes the wheel first. All aboard to Helltown USA located in the northern part of Summit County. Just like any other town in America with its strong roots in the past. Picture large forests as far as the eye can see with a large lumber mill making paper and lots of boarded up abandoned buildings with government signs warning against trespassing.

Wait what!

What does the government have to do with a cemetery, a house in the woods, a school bus, a church, a Hearse, a High Wall to "Hell" leading to the "End of the world", Satanic activity, and a slaughter house?

Trust me this is no conspiracy episode hop in side and we will find out what's really going on in this mostly deserted town. 

 

When Brooke takes the wheel we are headed west. 

I know it’s not winter yet and the air is just starting to get a chill (or at least it is here in my home state of Missouri), but my mind keeps wandering to warmer days. So hop in we are heading to San Diego.

Welcome to the El Campo Santo Cemetery, where restless spirits disrespected everyday by cars driving over their graves are a bit cranky. Walking the graves you may encounter a historic area employee dressed in period clothes, or perhaps not. Don’t be confused because those walking among us in period clothes, are not of this century.

This area, located a stones throw from the Whaley house, was so rich with paranormal activity in the 90’s that store owner pooled their resources to raise funds to have an exorcism done on the land. How haunted does it have to be, that store owners find the hauntings bad for business.

You won’t believe how active this cemetery is. Grab a buddy, we’re getting ready to explore the incredibly haunted El Campo Santo cemetery.

 
 

Let’s Keep the Spooky Conversation Going, Here’s How.

 

 

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Welcome back to a Paranormal Road Trip, are you ready for a haunted ride through America's scariest ghost stories? Hop in let's go.

This week Sam gets us the heck out of Texas and set our sights on Lake Charles, LA.

We are going to talk about the Original Bloody Valentine Toni Jo Henry herself. Let's dive deep into her master plan to break the love her life out of jail when everything goes wrong. What's a girl to do when she has no money or car? Murder of course!

But we will learn from Ms. Henry as to not going drinking and telling all your secrets. Does the smell of burning hair and cheap perfume smelt inside of the courthouse have to do with Toni Jo's death sentence to be the first female in the electric chair have anything to do with it?

Who knows let's hop inside and make room for a little crime in this weeks episode!

Fasten your seatbelts, Brooke's driving. *gulp*

Along the Mississippi just north of STL, you'll find Alton, IL, population right around 30,000…. and countless restless spirits. Alton, though smaller in the living population, is known to be one of the most haunted cities in America.

In Alton at one of it's highest points, you'll find an Italianate-Victorian red brick home. There are 15 acres of beautiful gardens, disturbed crypts, and even possible satanic rituals. Welcome to McPike Mansion.

On these grounds, you'll want to keep your guard up, and protective crystals close because some of these spirits or maybe demonic entities may follow you home. While strolling through the property, you may be hugged, touched, or choked by unseen forces. If you keep your head on a swivel you may even see not one, but several apparitions of previous owners.

With those ghost stories and encounters, we're just getting started with all the things that go bump in the night as McPike Mansion. Are you brave enough to go on this ride with us?

 

Let’s Keep the Spooky Conversation Going, Here’s How.

 

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Happy October Eve Ghosts and Ghouls!! 

We are celebrating this haunting time of year with a bonus episode. This is our latest Mini Murdersode which is exclusive content for our Patrons. 

In this episode, Brooke explores a Missouri unsolved murder that took place just a couple hours from where she calls home. This is Skidmore Missouri a Town of Secrets the Murder of Ken Rex McElroy.

The sleepy little town of Skidmore Missouri, hidden away in Nodaway county in North West Missouri has its tragedies and its secrets. Riddled with brutal crimes and missing people, one of this towns greatest mysteries is a "who done it."

Who took justice into their own hands and gunned down this alleged town bully in the middle of the day without a single person seeing a thing? Hop in everyone we are exploring a town so sworn to secrecy that nearly 40 years later, this murder is still unsolved. 

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Welcome to Episode 22 of a Paranormal Road Trip Podcast. It's time for a spooky ride, buckle-up everyone. 

Someone punch 3801 Madison Avenue into the GPS, we're headed to Indianapolis, Indiana. Here you'll find a red brick pre-Civil War home, with restless spirits that go bump in the night.

The Hannah House, built by Alexander Hannah in 1858, has seen its share of history and tragedy. Alexander used his home to serve as a safe stop along the underground railroad. Now people wonder if it's some of those slaves who still hide in the basement of the Hannah House.

From figures hiding in the shadows to the nauseating smell of burning flesh, visitors to the basement where a tragic fire took the lives of slaves fleeing the south don't feel alone.

Be careful walking the halls as objects have been known to fly at unsuspecting passerby's. Oh and that man you see standing on the lawn, on the stairs, or in the hall may evaporate into thin air when you walk towards him. The grandpa man just might have a little chit chat with your kiddos.

Things are not always what they seem at the Hannah House. Buckle your seatbelts, grab a buddy, we are heading to Indiana.

Here we go again on another adventure in Texas. We are off to see the paranormal ways of the Emily Morgan DoubleTree Hotel. This hotel is named after Emily Morgan, who was an indentured servant during the Texas Revolution.

Six weeks after the legendary Battle of the Alamo, on April 16, 1836, Emily Morgan was captured along with other members of her household by the Mexican army and was forced to travel with the forces of General Antonio López de Santa Anna. While no official record exists surrounding the details of the unguarded Mexican camp, it is rumored that General Santa Anna was "preoccupied" with Emily Morgan during the pivotal battle cries, missing them completely and not alerting his troops. This former hospital now hotel has an interesting past.

Come join us as we talk about the terra cotta gargoyles, each one depicting a different ailment. There's an elevator that has a mind of its own and likes to take its riders to the basement. Any votes to leave Brooke there? That's just the tip of the iceberg of all the other things that go bump in the night.

Let’s Keep the Spooky Conversation Going, Here’s How.

Are you ready for another Paranormal Road Trip? Lock the car doors, seriously double-check that they are locked; we're on the road to Louisiana. Hiding in the shadows of the night, stalking the fields, lurking through the bayous of Louisiana are things of nightmares.

If you aren't careful while out for a late-night hurricane drink in the quarter, you might find yourself face to face with a creature. Its head is that of a dog, but it could also be the head of a chicken, cow, or pig attached to a human body. It might devour your flesh or taunt you into taking its curse.

Encountering the bayou beast should be on the bottom of your to-do list. Don't miss this episode if you want to learn a handy mathematical trick to avoid falling victim with a Rougarou.

Welcome to Louisiana everybody, this paranormal road trip car leaves before dusk. Let these be your warning; this car goes with or without you. So if you aren't back by nightfall, you're on your own in Rougarou territory.

 

Sam takes the wheel and we head west. Lets take a quick quant over to Yorktown, a cute place in Texas oozing with small-town charm. Home to the beginning of every country music song with its back roads and old-timey buildings.

On East Main St., past the Yorktown City Hall intersection, is a strip of buildings time and people seems to have forgotten. But the bumps in the night that lay ahead have not forgotten a thing. Did you hear that?

While walking the halls of this abandoned hospital make sure to wave at Dr. Norwierski, Stacy and the Felician sisters. Keep your hands to yourself while we travel the halls where time stands still and blood stains the walls.

Let this be a warning to anyone with tattoos, gulp like both of these sisters, you may want to cover up or who knows what will happen on the other side of the faded red entry steps under the ominous "MEMORIAL HOSPITAL" sign.

Stay together everyone.

 

If you have any haunted happenings, email them to hello@aparanormalroadtrip.com and we just might feature you and your favorite ghost on an upcoming episode. 

 

THERE'S MERCH YOU GHOULS! We are super jazzed to announce the opening of our online shop. Head on over to our SHOP to pick up a Basic Ghoul tee, a Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun Mug, or other fun items to get you in the fall spirit. 

 

EXCLUSIVE mini-murdersodes are out on Patreon! If you like the murdery true crime thing, you're going to love our exclusive mini-murdersodes just for our patrons on PATREON. Want to support the podcast (Which we appreciate so so much. It helps with LOTS of behind the scenes items like production.) and get fun exclusive patron only content and freebies, consider being one of our Patronshttps://www.patreon.com/aparanormalroadtrip

 

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This week we are on the highway to Hellsville, are you ready for a spooky ride on this paranormal podcast? Sam takes the wheel first this week.Hotel Monte Vista may have played host to many famous figures over the years, such as John Wayne, Bing Crosby, and Harry Truman, it also apparently is home to a number of unearthly figures. Don't forget to wave at the "Meat Man" and the "Women of the night" as we zip through this historic hotel and its many floors of spooky guess.

Brooke's turn....Welcome to Disneyland in Anaheim, CA.

The days are packed with excited children and parents reliving their childhood at the park overrun with princesses, larger than life mice, and rides to make your stomach flip. It's happiness, it's excitement, and it's oh so very haunted.

When the sun goes down on Disneyland, the spirits come out to play. From ghosts of children crying at exits of rides to words of warning from a Cast Member crushed to death by a ride, things turn especially creepy at night. Hop in the car, fasten your seatbelt, we're going to Disneyland. You have no idea what you'll see in the dark in this amusement park. You might meet a Cast Member dressed up like Elsa or you might come face to face with something that goes bump in the night.

 

 

If you have any haunted happenings, email them to hello@aparanormalroadtrip.com and we just might feature you and your favorite ghost on an upcoming episode. 

 

THERE'S MERCH YOU GHOULS! We are super jazzed to announce the opening of our online shop. Head on over to our SHOP to pick up a Basic Ghoul tee, a Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun Mug, or other fun items to get you in the fall spirit. 

 

EXCLUSIVE mini-murdersodes start this week on 9/12/2019! If you like the murdery true crime thing, you're going to love our exclusive mini-murdersodes starting THIS WEEK just for our patrons on PATREON. Want to support the podcast (Which we appreciate so so much. It helps with LOTS of behind the scenes items like production.) and get fun exclusive patron only content and freebies, consider being one of our Patronshttps://www.patreon.com/aparanormalroadtrip

 

If you like what you hear please take just a second to rate/review the podcast on iTunes. Then let's stay connected between episodes on Facebook

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