My Haunted Life Podcast
By Angela Hartshorn
Hello! This is my podcast where I delve into the history behind paranormal events. Each week I cover a different spooky location or creepy topic and sometimes even share my own experiences or interview my friends about theirs. So grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
This week on the podcast we continue the month of Haunted Dolls with another of the most infamous, Annabelle. This sweet little Ragged Anne Doll has caused a lot of trouble. She tormented nurses, terrified priests, and even almost killed Ed and Lorraine Warren.
August 11, 2022
Robert the Doll
On this week’s episode we are delving into the history of one of the most famous haunted dolls in the world, Robert the Doll. This one has always given me the heebee jeebees. Maybe because it’s relatable. Robert has been to blame for people losing their jobs, relationships, deaths, and all sorts of mishaps. He has gained celebrity status from his little home at the Fort East Martello Museum in Key West, Florida where he receives 100s of visitors, letters, candy, and other presents a year. Many believe that he is the inspiration for the Chucky franchise. But what/who is Robert? What haunts Robert the Doll? Has he come to life because of the love of an obsessive child or is he a demon? There’s so much to this one. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
August 05, 2022
Ned the Alien and the 1897 UFO Crash in Aurora, Texas
On this week’s podcast, we are finishing up our tour of the Texas with an out of the world stop. We went to go see Ned the Alien’s grave and wandered around Aurora, Texas! For the UFO enthusiasts out there, this was like Roswell before Roswell. As the story goes in 1987, a ufo crashed on Judge Proctor's land. The most sensational part of the story is they recovered the pilot, described as Martian looking, and gave him a proper Christian burial in the local cemetery. But the mystery and controversy over Ned just keeps on growing, long after it’s death. Of course the easiest thing to do is dig them up and do some DNA testing but the debate over exhumation continues. UFO researchers have been even met in the cemetery by locals with guns protecting their Ned. The story is awesome. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
July 08, 2022
Top 10 Haunted Bathrooms
Hello goblins and ghouls and welcome to another episode of my haunted life podcast, with me, your host, Angela Hartshorn. How is everyone doing this week? This week I’m doing top 10 haunted bathrooms. No real surprise, most of them are found in the UK. I was actually surprised there were so many haunted, and well documented, bathrooms. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
July 01, 2022
On this week’s episode, we are continuing our adventures in Texas with my buddy Rayne and this time we are going to the infamous Goatman’s Bridge. This is an incredibly sad and dark story, full of racism, demons, and even child murder so be prepared for that. I feel like the story of Goatman’s Bridge has exploded in popularity in recent years and it seems like every ghost show or youtuber or podcaster has done an episode on it, so here’s ours! I’m curious, who guessed it from my incredibly difficult clues? Be honest! Anyway! So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
June 16, 2022
On this week’s episode, I’m taking you to the Screaming Bridge in Arlington, Texas, a creepy out of the way spot known to the locals as a place to hear disembodied screams from long dead teenagers who died on the road. Local legend states that some kids were out celebrating a football game win one night when they collided with each on the bridge. This seemed reasonable enough for me since football, especially high school football, you know, all of that Friday Night light stuff, is a big deal down in Texas. Apparently the area is now imprinted with the kids dying screams and legend has it that if you stare into the river where the car went in at midnight you can see the graves of those killed. This was all I knew about it going into this adventure. I’m doing something a little different this time. This time I’m going to be giving you the history, and then as an extra special treat, I will have the one and only Rayne on to discuss our adventures. I even have a little bit of video to share on the website. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
June 02, 2022
The death and ghosts of Stede Bonnet and Blackbeard, inspired by Our Flag Means Death
On this week’s podcast I am telling you about ghost pirates. As you should all know by now I’m a giant nerd and one of my newest obsessions is Our Flag Means Death on HBO starring Rhys Darby, who I would leave my husband for, and Taika Waitka as the pirates Stede Bonnet and Blackbeard. Some people might not realize that these were real guys! I feel like everyone has heard of Blackbeard from the 5 million pop culture references out there like Ian McShane in the Pirate of the Caribbean franchise and apparently Hugh Jackman in Pan. I need to go watch that apparently. Bonnet is less well known. Growing up I had a pirate phase, I mean who didn’t, and I remember reading about the Gentleman Pirate. He wasn’t my favorite. I kinda lumped him with the likes of Holden Caulfield from Catcher in the Rye and the classic poor little rich kid archetype and I honestly hadn’t thought much about him since. And then I found out Rhys Darby was in a pirate show and I needed it in my life more than anything. Our Flag Means Death puts a comedic and romantic spin on Bonnet and Blackbeard’s relationship that made me care a little too much about these characters. And as I’m watching the show I couldn’t help but wonder if there’s ghost stories associated with them and of course there is! So I did some digging and honestly Bonnet might be one of my favorite pirates now! That being said, what happens to these guys is pretty rough so maybe prepare yourself for that. I actually teared up researching this one. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup
May 26, 2022
Ok so this week’s episode was suppose to come out 2 weeks ago but that’s when the death happened so it’s happening now. This week I’m talking to the wonderful Candace Ó Fearáin-Black of the Julian Black’s Arcane Vampire Ball. We are talking about a Colorado vampire legend. Candy has told me this story before but this is the first time we really got to dig into it. And since its semi local we are planning on going to investigate it soon. For those in the area you might know that the Arcane Vampire Ball has already happened. In fact, Candy and I talk about it alot in this episode. I heard it was a really great event. I highly recommend you all come out next year. Julian is hosting the The Colorado Springs Vampire Soiree this weekend. This Saturday. Definitely check that out if you can. It’s only $10 to get in and it’s going to be a lot of fun! So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
May 13, 2022
Burying Point Cemetery
On this week’s episode I am finishing off the Salem episodes with a little trip to Old Burying Point Cemetery, the oldest cemetery in Salem and the second oldest cemetery in the nation. This is the quintessential colonial cemetery, 400 year old hand carved tombstones, big leafy trees creating long shadows and whose old roots are starting to push tombstones over. It’s immensely beautiful! And incredibly haunted. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
April 21, 2022
Ropes Mansion in Salem, Massachusetts
On this week’s episode we are continuing the Salem episodes with The Ropes Mansion. It is a gorgeous, two storied, white colonial mansion with cute little gabled windows. Its close to downtown Salem at 318 Essex Street. The Ropes Mansion housed 4 generations of Ropes family members that lived and died within it’s walls. It saw happiness and a lot of tragedy, which makes sense why it’s one of Salem’s most haunted house, and it’s not even connected to the Salem Witch Trials. It might look incredibly familiar to those that are fans of the disney cult classic, Hocus Pocus. The Ropes Mansion exterior was used as Allsion’s house. Remember the part when Max and Dani are trick or treating and they get into a fight and she goes and cries in the hay bale and Max has to make her feel better and they are in front of that gorgeous home, yep that one. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
April 07, 2022
Salem Witch Museum Part 2
On this week’s and next week’s episode I’m continuing my interview with Rachel Chris-Doane, Director of Education of the Salem Witch Museum. This second part has become the most requested episode ever! I still can’t believe I got her on my little ole podcast. And the second part is just as good as the first! So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
March 10, 2022
Salem Witch Museum Part 1
On this week’s and next week’s episode I’m talking to Rachel Chris-Doane, Director of Education of the Salem Witch Museum. You know the one in the beautiful castle looking structure, that was actually featured in FallOut 4. I still can’t believe I got her on my little ole podcast. As you all know I’m a bit of a history nerd, and Rachel absolutely annihilated most of what I thought I knew and taught me so many new things I had no idea about. I have been raving about this interview since it has happened. And I’m so excited to finally get it out to you. We talked long enough that I’m actually going to break it into two episodes so prepare for the first half. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you. If you are interested in more pictures, info, and my sources for this week’s episode make sure to check out my website www.myhauntedlifepodcast.com. I promise to get the website updated with all of the info for Salem and the February episodes every soon! If you have a ghost story to share email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 03, 2022
Bobby Mackey's Music World
For this week’s episode I’m doing what is known as "the most haunted night club in America,” Bobby Mackey’s Music World in Wilder, Kentucky. I feel like this one is a two for one special. Not only is there a tale of love gone wrong that there are two! One is the unfortunate story of Pearl Bryan, whose story rivaled the murder of Lizzie Borden’s parents in media attention which happened only four years earlier and competed for the dubious distinction of “Crime of the Century.” The second story is that of Johanna and her rose perfume and how her story transcends time. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you. Thank you to everyone out there listening today. I know this one was a bit of a dark one and kinda rough to get through so thank you to everybody that hung on. If you are interested in more pictures, info, and my sources for this week’s episode make sure to check out my website www.myhauntedlifepodcast.com. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast so you don’t miss an episode. We finish up the til Death Do We part episodes next week, with another murder mystery, slightly less love involved but it’s a good story I promise. If you have a ghost story to share email me at email@example.com. And make sure you tell your friends and family about it. Word of mouth goes a long way. You can also follow My Haunted Life Podcast on facebook, instagram, and tiktok. If you like what you hear and want to support the show please subscribe to the Patreon page. You can support the show for as little as $2 a month. And that’s it for this show. I’ll see you all next week on My Haunted Life podcast and until then Stay Haunted!
February 17, 2022
Love Month: Chatham Manor
On this week’s episode we are talking about the White Lady of Chatham Manor in virginia. It’s a short, sweet story. Chatham Manor has seen a lot of horror with slavery, a slave rebellion, and the civil war, even being used as a battlefield hospital but the story of the white lady has endured as the most popular ghost story at Chatham Manor. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
February 11, 2022
The Don CeSar Hotel
On this week’s episode I’m starting off the ghostly love stories with the story of the Don CeSar Hotel in St. Pete, Florida. This is probably the sweetest, most romantic story of the bunch. It’s a story of star crossed young lovers who never forgot about each other, and the giant pink hotel that was built because of it.
February 04, 2022
Resurrection Mary Part 4
This week I’m finishing off the Resurrection Mary episodes. I have Tony Szabelski on from Chicago Hauntings. Tony was the nice gentleman that helped up with the Kean Ave Werewolf research. We are discussing what it like being a ghost tour leader in Chicago and in particular the Archer Triangle and we also discuss one of the most famous and mysterious Mary case, the one with the Resurrection Cemetery gates. And of course, a little more about Chicago’s other haunted locations. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
January 20, 2022
The Archer Triangle, Part 3 of the Resurrection Mary Saga
This week we are going back to Chicago and I’m going to tell you about all the weird things that surround Resurrection Cemetery and our girl Mary. This area has been dubbed the Archer Triangle. Of course our girl is the most famous entity but there was so much it needed it’s own episode. We are talking ghosts and gangsters, monks and demons, werewolves and nuclear bombs. Also one of the strangest and saddest true crime stories that I have ever read, that shook the country and even got Elvis involved. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
January 06, 2022
This week I’m doing an episode inspired by my friends Andrew and Chris at Cronk Art and Curiosities. They were recently traveling in Europe, Italy in particular, and ended up at Christmas Market. As their story goes, they were wandering the stalls and they came across this table of nutcrackers and santas and at the end of the table were a bunch of witches and they had to buy me one. I lost my mind and got really excited for my little La Befana so I thought a fun holiday episode about Christmas witches was called for. I'm going to tell you about Gryla, Frau Perchta, Holda, Grye-Carling, and La Befana. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you. Warning some graphic disembowelment will be discussed!
December 24, 2021
Resurrection Mary Part 2
This week, finally, I am bringing back our girl Resurrection Mary! There’s just so much with her and I just kept finding more and more. There has been decades of sightings and her story has morphed over time. Her story comes out of a little bit of a seedy area where there were a lot of crime and death so there is definitely some strong energies in the area. The thing is to is no one can fully pinpoint who Mary was either. So she has become a lot of things, different with each telling. A lost youth, some innocent energy trapped among all of the dark, to wonder the roadway of Archer Avenue.
December 02, 2021
The Sallie House
This week I’m doing a case that scared the hell out of me as a child and stayed with me throughout my life, the Sallie House. I remember watching all about it on Sightings at the time and following the case. Sallie is said to be a little girl spirit that haunts a house in Atchison, Kansas at 508 N. 2nd street. Sallie isn’t a nice spirit. In fact, she would move toys, start fires and physically attack the residents of the house. These attacks, in the form of bloody scratches would form in front of eyewitnesses, and were even caught live several times. So let's get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
October 29, 2021
This week I’m continuing the stories that scared the out of me so I’m telling you about the legend of La Llorona, the weeping woman. She is a famous spirit known in latin american cultures but has been gaining popularity in the past few years since she has started showing up in more populated areas usually caught on security cameras drifting through the streets. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
October 21, 2021
On this week's episode I continue the spooky Halloween episodes with another one that gives me the heebie jeebies, the Wendigo. A wendigo is an indigenous American evil spirit of the forests of Canada but can sometimes be found in the northern states of Minnesota and Wisconsin and according to a story I found online right here on Pikes Peak, so that doesn’t make me very happy. It was said that there was once a hunter that got lost in the woods and resorted to cannibalism to survive. He was cursed for this and started having an insatiable taste for human flesh that corrupted his body and mind. The Wendigo has become pretty popular in pop culture today but according to native americans it is something that shouldn’t be taken lightly because it is pure evil. In fact one of the translations I found for Wendigo is “the evil spirit that devours mankind.” https://historyboots.wordpress.com/2015/06/13/additional-information-ate-his-family-wendigos-and-murder-trials-in-19th-century-western-canada/amp/ https://allthatsinteresting.com/wendigo http://www.murderpedia.org/male.R/r/runner-swift.htm https://www.legendsofamerica.com/mn-wendigo/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wendigo https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killing_of_Tim_McLean
October 08, 2021
Resurrection Mary Part 1
This week I’m telling you the tale of the one and only, Resurrection Mary from Chicago. Her story is the classic hitchhiking ghost tale and the lady in white story haunting the roadway where she was killed. But Mary is a little different from most. She is a huge cultural icon. Her story has captured the imagination of thousands of people. She’s the lost soul looking for a night of happiness but the weird thing with Mary, unlike a lot of phantom ladies out there people believe they know who she was. There is so much research into her origin story, of course there’s differing opinions but we will go into that later. There’s some people that genuine believe that they knew her in life. It’s all just so fascinating. So for today, I’m focusing on how people usually encounter her in a story that is told over and over again. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
October 01, 2021
Episode Throwback: The Pickety Witch Rachel Powell and New Gloucester
For those that have been listening to the show for a little while you might have realized that we hit an anniversary! The podcast is officially 1 year old as of July 30th! We made it a year! To celebrate I’m doing a throwback episode, all the way back to I believe episode 2 with my very dear friend Rachel Powell of the Pickety Witch. I’m so excited about today’s story brought to you by the Pickety Witch. It has a little bit of everything. Ghosts with knives, a cleaning spirit, a phantom baby crying, and we even talk a little bit about the fae. This episode also includes our first EVP! Rachel is also the featured artist in my autumn equinox subscription box! I have a ton of her Mabon pins, as well as spells about apples, some shadow work, there’s a lot of fun stuff in this box. I technically have two featured artists for this one because it has been so crazy I’m getting candles made by Brittany over at Faery Grove Candles for the Autumn Equinox Box and the Samhain Box! I’m so very excited for these. You can get your box at www.foggcouture.com
September 10, 2021
This week I am going across the pond, all the way to Scotland, to the shores of Loch Ness, known best for the cryptid that lives in it’s depth. The Loch Ness Monster, or Nessie to her friends, has actually been spotted twice this last week. Seems appropriate to talk about the most notorious home in the Highlands, Boleskine House. Boleskine House is probably most infamous because Aleister Crowley once owned the home where he practiced one of his most famous rituals where he attempted to summon the 12 Kings of Hell. The House was later owned by Led Zepplin’s guitarist Jimmy Page. But the house has always had a dark history.
September 02, 2021
The Devil Made Me Do It Case, Part 3
This week I’m finishing up my deep dive into the Devil Made Me Do It Case. It’s amazing to think that after two episodes we still haven’t gotten to the murder and court case, spoiler alert, there’s a murder coming. I left off last week with Ed and Lorraine Warren coming in to help the Glatzel family with David’s possession and trying to convince the church it was time for an exorcism. I realized when I was editing that I had like three different pronunciations of the Glatzel family name. Sorry about that. I was immensely tired when recording but I don’t think that should happen anymore. This week I go into the murder, the case, and what happened to everyone after. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
August 12, 2021
The Devil Made Me Do It Part 2
This week I’m continuing the story leading up to the Devil Made Me Do It Court Case. We left off last week with poor David Glatzel fighting against the demons trying to possess him and his family trying their hardest to help him when they could. This is when famed paranormal investigators Ed and Lorriane Warren arrive. This week's episode is a Warren heavy episode. I start with some of their background and then go into their involvement with the Glatzel family and later the exorcism. I was able to find old interviews with Ed and Lorraine so you get to hear the story directly from their mouths. So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
August 05, 2021
The Devil Made Me Do It Part 1
In 1980 David Glatzel became possessed by a demon. Out of desperation David's sister's boyfriend, Arne Cheyenne Johnson, told the demon to leave his little buddy alone and to take him on instead. This had dire consequences. This ended up leading to one of the most famous murder cases of all time, the aptly nicknamed The Devil Made Me Do It Case. This was one of Ed and Lorraine Warren's biggest cases of their careers. This might sound familiar since it was the basis for the Conjuring 3 movie that came out this year. This week I tell you about how it all began! So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. I have a story to tell you.
July 29, 2021
Kiki Dombrowski and A Curious Future
On today’s show I have the one and only, one of the sweetest creatures I know, the amazing Kiki Dombrowski. Kiki has been on the show before all of the way back in episode 12 telling me about her haunted adventures in Nashville. This week we talk all about Kiki’s new book, A Curious Future: A handbook of unusual divination and unique oracular techniques.. I thought there was a lot in the last edition but Kiki has outdone herself. She has expanded on some of the techniques she wrote about before and has added all new chapters on different techniques. It’s pretty amazing!
July 15, 2021
On today's podcast I tell you the story behind local legend, Desperation Mona. Frequent guest of the show, my grandmother, found this story in the newspaper and had to send it to me. I had actually never heard of Mona, even though I have lived in the area my whole life, and had to get to researching. This story becomes a rabbit hole that I did not expect. There's a ghost, a murder on Pikes Peak, and a serial killer that uses rattlesnakes. Grandma was very excited to hear my findings so I had her on the podcast!
July 09, 2021
The Glam Witch and Chicago
On this week's episode I continue my conversation with Michael Herkes, the Glam Witch, about his personal paranormal experiences and fun spooky things to do around Chicago as we plan out our upcoming adventures. Apparently O’Hare has Mothman sightings! I’m still trying to convince Michael to go searching for him.
June 24, 2021
The Glam Witch and Bachelor's Grove Cemetery, Part One
On this week's episode, I talk to Michael Herkes, known as the Glam Witch, about his experiences at Bachelor's Grove Cemetery near Chicago and other weird Chicago oddities. Michael is a witch author with numerous books to his name.
June 17, 2021
MHL Special Presentation: The Haunted Insider with Bella Brujita
On today’s podcast I’m doing something a little different. I had the one and only Bella Brujita on a few weeks ago talking about her brand new podcast, the Haunted Insider. Today I’m so excited to present you with the first episode! If you are from Colorado, specifically Denver, you are aware weird things happen in Cheesman Park after dark. Bella goes into the history of the park and the history of the hauntings. Paranormal history is my absolute favorite! So lets get into shall we? Grab yourself a cup of tea, make sure the doors are locked and the sage is close by. She has a story to tell you.
June 10, 2021
Katie Orr and Ghost Hunting
On today’s podcast I’m talking to my friend and returning guest, Katie Orr, an amazing artist, storyteller, and creator. On our first podcast we talked about spirits around us at the Manitou Art Center. On today’s podcast we talk about Katie’s numerous projects, and the girl is busy, and our most recent My Haunted Life ghost hunt.
June 03, 2021
Oddities and Curiosities with Michelle Cozzaglio
On today's podcast I talk to Michelle Cozzaglio, one of the owners and operators of the Oddities and Curiosities Expo, a traveling show that showcases vendors of the strange and unusual. We talk about the show and she shares a story about a man that became an oddity and not in a way you would expect.
May 27, 2021
McInteer Villa with Stephanie Part 2
On this week's episode I continue the conversation with Stephanie from McInteer Villa in Atchison, Kansas. This week we talk about Stephanie's paranormal adventures, more experiences including a pup, and have a weird occurrence during the podcast.
May 20, 2021
McInteer Villa with Stephanie
On this week's podcast we have the owner of McInteer Villa, Stephanie, who tells us all of the history and weird experiences at the house and there is a lot to cover. Episode 1 of 2.
May 13, 2021
Paranormal Experiences with Mr. Valdez
Today’s guest, Alex Valdez, Mr. Valdez if you’re nasty, is one of those new friendships. Alex is a newly independent burlesque performer and producer and he’s pretty freaking amazing. Not only do we talk about some creepy experiences but we also have probably one of the sweetest, if not the sweetest story, in My Haunted Life history.
May 07, 2021
The Haunted Insider with Bella Brujita
On today’s podcast I have the honor to have my paranormal sister Bella Brujita back on. She is releasing her very own podcast, coming out tomorrow called the Haunted Insider. We talk about the podcast, how Bella got into the paranormal, and so much more!
April 29, 2021
Shadow People with Kayla
Today I talk to my friend Kayla, one of the admins of our facebook group, who grew up with a shadow man in her house. We talk encounters, feelings, and theories.
April 22, 2021
A Little Alchemy
On today’s podcast I have the wonderful makers behind A Little Alchemy. For part of my day job, I have been making witch subscription boxes for the pagan holidays and one of the most important things to me to build community and I really love showcasing my friends and fellow makers. The gents of A Little Alchemy are the featured artists for my Beltane Boxes, which go on sale tomorrow, Friday the 16th, for the subscribers and to the public, on Monday the 19th. I talk to A Little Alchemy, who specializes in making self-care items, like soaps and bath bombs, with a dark twist. We talk business, inspirations, movies, and new popular ways to receive your horror.
April 16, 2021
Episode 29 Thompson's Bookstore
On this week's podcast we visit Thompson's Bookstore in Fort Worth, Texas a lovely cocktail bar and speakeasy, and interview employees Rayne (friend of the show), Devon, and Sean about some of their paranormal experiences including hearing footsteps, being touched, and poltergeist activity.
April 09, 2021
Gay ghost, Salem, New Orleans, and American Horror Story adventures with Andrew and Chris Part 2
On this week's episode I continue my conversation with to Chris, who has recently started experiencing paranormal activity and Andrew of Cronk Art and Oddities as we talk about their gay ghost and their paranormal adventures in Salem and New Orleans, and tracking down the American Horror Story locations.
April 01, 2021
Gay ghost, Salem, New Orleans, and American Horror Story adventures with Andrew and Chris
On this week's episode I talk to Chris, who has recently started experiencing paranormal activity and Andrew of Cronk Art and Oddities as we talk about their gay ghost and their paranormal adventures in Salem and New Orleans, and tracking down the American Horror Story locations.
March 19, 2021
The Lumber Baron Inn with Grandma
Today we talk about the Lumber Baron Inn hauntings with my grandma! We talk the murders, Denver weirdness, and one of my most terrifying paranormal experiences.
March 11, 2021
Christian Day and WitchCon
On this week’s episode I talk to Christian Day, author, entrepreneur, publisher, warlock, and owner of HEX and OMEN in Salem, MA and New Orleans, LA, about his new event WitchCon
March 04, 2021
The Denver Vampire Ball with Julian Black and Candace Midnight
On today’s episode I talk to the DJ for the Denver Vampire Ball, Julian Black and his lovely wife Candace Midnight. We talk vampires and a spooky experience they once shared together on his birthday.
February 26, 2021
The Molly Brown House with Bella Brujita
Bella Brujita is a Denver paranormal extraordinaire! She has worked at the Molly Brown House for many, many years and has so many wonderful experiences to share.
February 19, 2021
Dark Musings with Aristotle Pramagioulis Part II
On today’s podcast we talk about a little bit of everything with the artist behind Egregore Design, Aristotle Pramagioulis.
February 11, 2021
Dark Musings with Aristotle Pramagioulis of Egregore Design, Part 1
On today’s podcast we talk about a little bit of everything with the artist behind Egregore Design, Aristotle Pramagioulis.
February 04, 2021
The Conjuring House Part 2
On today’s podcast I talk to Cory Heinzen who is the current owner of the Conjuring House, made famous by the Perron Family Haunting and the Conjuring movie.
January 28, 2021
The Conjuring House Part 1
On today’s podcast I talk to Cory Heinzen who is the current owner of the Conjuring House, made famous by the Perron Family Haunting and the Conjuring movie.
January 22, 2021
The Ouija Conversation, Part 2
The My Haunted Admin Team continues our conversation and answers your questions about Ouija boards.
January 14, 2021
The Ouija Conversation, Part 1
On this week’s podcast me and the My Haunted Admin Team discuss our own experiences with a Ouija board and answer questions from the group.
January 07, 2021
Ghost Stories with my Grandma
On this weeks episode, I’m very excited to share with you some of my family ghost stories as told by my grandma!
December 17, 2020
Yuletide Creatures with Kaedrich Olsen
On today’s episode, my guest is Kaedrich Olsen and we continue our discussion on the darker Yuletide characters. Today we discuss the Yule goat, the Mari Lwyd, and more.
December 11, 2020
Yuletide Creatures with Kaedrich Olson
On today’s podcast we discuss some of the darker creatures that come out around Yuletide. We talk Krampus, the Christmas witch, and so much more.
December 03, 2020
Halloween New Orleans Finale with Isibella Karnstein
The Halloween Finale with Isibella Karnstein of the podcast The Hourglass with Isibella, we talk all about our favorite place New Orleans!
October 29, 2020
Mini episode #4
More listener spooky experiences!
October 26, 2020
Episode 13 with Chele Archer and her experience living in a haunted house
On today’s podcast we talk to Chele Archer of Archer’s Arrows by Chele about her experiences being haunted, living in a haunted house, and how to take back that power.
October 22, 2020
Mini Episode #3
More stories of paranormal experiences from listeners
October 19, 2020
Episode 12: Adventures in Nashville with Kiki Dombrowski
On this week’s episode, I have Kiki Dombrowski, author, witch and all round probably the best human ever. Kiki and I discuss witchcraft, plants, and her paranormal adventures in Nashville, Tennessee.
October 15, 2020
Mini Episode #2
More stories of paranormal experiences from listeners
October 12, 2020
Episode 11: The Outlaws and Lawmen Jail Museum
On this week’s episode we talk to Michelle R. From the Outlaws and Lawmen Jail Museum in Cripple Creek, Colorado
October 08, 2020
Mini episode #1
Listener stories read by me
October 05, 2020
Episode 10: Hitchhiking Ghosts with Tonya Brown
On this weeks episode of my haunted life podcast I discuss hitchhiking ghost with Tonya Brown of Witch Way magazine
October 02, 2020
Episode 9 with Katie Orr
This podcast features Katie Orr, artist and storyteller extraordinaire. We talk about her experiences, hauntings at the Manitou Art Center, and the Winchester Mystery house.
September 24, 2020
Episode 8: Countess Elizabeth Bathory. The finale of the Vampire Trilogy with Rayne Drawps
And so ends the Vampire Trilogy! Rayne and I finish with Countess Elizabeth Bathory. Trigger Warning: It gets graphic.
September 17, 2020
Episode 7: Part 2 of the Vampire Trilogy with Rayne Drawps of the Vampire Court of Dallas
This is the second episode of the vampire trilogy. In this one we talk about the New England Vampire Scare.
September 10, 2020
Episode 6: Vampire I with Rayne Drawps of the Vampire Court of Dallas
This episode starts the beginning of a trilogy of vampire episodes. This week we talk to the Queen of the Vampire Court of Dallas, Rayne Drawps about what it means to life as a vampire.
September 04, 2020
Episode 5 with Sandra Mariah Wright, Salem Witch and co-author of Reading the Leaves
On today’s podcast I talk to Sandra Mariah Wright, Salem witch and co-author of the book Reading the Leaves: An Intuitive Guide to the Ancient Art and Modern Magic of Tea Leaf Divination. We talk About Sandura’s spooky experiences in Salem, crystals, tea, and she even walks us through how to do a basic tea leaf reading.
August 29, 2020
Episode 4 with Fiona Horne and the Queen Mary
Fiona Horne discusses her time aboard the Queen Mary and working with Peter James
August 21, 2020
Episode 3 Miramont Castle with Colleen
In today’s episode we talk about the infamous Miramont Castle in Manitou Springs, Colorado with my buddy (and one of the admins from the Facebook group) Colleen! 👻
August 13, 2020
Episode 2 New Gloucester with the Pickety Witch
We talk to Rachel Powell of the Pickety Witch about some of her childhood haunts
August 06, 2020
Episode 1 Residual Haunts with Isibella Karnstein
Interview with Contesa Isibella Karnstein of the Chateau- Cat Girl Manor as well as the host of the Denver Vampire Ball and the New Orleans Vampire Masquerade
July 30, 2020