When it comes to murder, most cases aren’t hard to figure out. The husband did it. The wife did it. The vengeful ex did it. The crime falls into a well-established pattern, and the motives are easy to spot. But then there are times when murder makes no sense. They don’t fall into a template,... Continue Reading →
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-nsr9y-ea718c In this episode, we will be talking about two cemeteries in Asheville, NC. One is Riverside Cemetery, home to affluent people and war victims. The second is a paupers cemetery that was ripped up to build a school on the property.
One of the best places in Asheville to stroll through history is the Riverside Cemetery. Its 87 acres of rolling hills is filled with stories and beauty. One area overlooks the French Broad River. The cemetery dates back to 1885 and is the oldest cemetery in Asheville. The Asheville Cemetery Company established the area as... Continue Reading →
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-hb8e6-ea0fed In the last episode of Alcatraz, we will be discussing the hauntings of Alcatraz. I'll be joined by my mom and Leslie, as we discuss our thoughts and just some fun stories about things in life.
Alcatraz has been described as a portal to another dimension and is filled with the energy of the prisoners who never left. Native Americans used the island as a prison of sorts to banish those who had violated tribal law. And now, these spirits continue to lurk in the shadows of this distant island. Staff... Continue Reading →
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-vh7aw-e84e50 In this week's episode, we will be discussing the famous escape that took place at Alcatraz. The three men who escaped remain missing to this day and many people believe that they successfully made the escape and have been living out their life in Brazil. Find out more in this week's episode.
Located on the lonely island in the middle of San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz was the re-fortified prison for America’s most dangerous criminals. It held Al Capone and the Birdman of Alcatraz. And while Alcatraz had long been considered un-escapable, during its re-fortification in the 1930s, it was given tough iron bars, strategically positioned guard towers,... Continue Reading →
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-nyvxy-e75235 In tonight's episode, we will discuss the history of Alcatraz. We will look at how it was transformed from a military fort to American's most escape-proof prison.
Sitting in the middle of the San Francisco Bay is the infamous Alcatraz Island. While Alcatraz, and its infamous nickname “The Rock,” is best known as being a maximum-security prison for the likes of Al Capone and James “Whitey” Bulger, its history stretches far beyond those days. Long before the island became known as Alcatraz,... Continue Reading →
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-xh5vt-e64db2 This week we travel to Oklahoma and discuss a couple of theatres who have quite a bit of paranormal activity. First, we will discuss the quaint Tulsa Little Theatre who's old stage manager is still playing pranks. Then we will check the Tulsa Theatre where spirits who room its halls aren't as nice.