This week we're going to talk about my own personal paranormal experiences, including the time I got to go on a ghost hunt with an actual paranormal investigation team in St Ignatius hospital, which has been featured on shows such as ghost adventures and paranormal lockdown!
This episode we will be covering the police brutality that poc have to endure and the changes that need to be made. We see you. We feel for you. And we will do our part to ensure that you are given the same human rights as everyone else. We understand that your voices weren't being heard and we will all join you. All of our voices will be heard. All lives can't matter until black lives matter.
This, on the eve of the forty year anniversary of one of the most disastrous volcanic eruptions in US history, we're going to cover the may 18, 1980 eruption, the deaths, and paranormal activity near the volcano of Mount St Helens.
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Happy New year everyone! Today I talk about the Covina massacre: a Santa dressed killer who attempted to slaughter an entire family. I also talk about the Anderson murders near Seattle Washington in 2007.
Tonight we talk about the Dyatlov Pass; one night an experienced hiking expedition died under mysterious circumstances in 1959. Mouse also talks about where some of the most popular Halloween traditions and where they came from.
Tonight we talk about the blood countess, Elizabeth bathory who was rumored to have bathed in the blood of virgins as a way to stay young. Mouse also finishes her myths and legends from every US State.
Tonight we discuss the the case of the Gary Indiana house that is corroborated by CPS, hospital, and police officials and the house that Zak bagans of ghost adventures bought and investigated. And mouse continues her myths and legends from every 50 state.