Lost treasure, spooky stories, and the bizarre. With a hint of skateboarding as well. You get a taste of it every week from Legend. Yes, I guess you could call it history, but it's haunted history. Sometimes life can be paranormal. And it can be strange. And that's what Legend is all about. Because in the end, the reality is scarier than fiction.
Well, it's been 25 whole episodes. That's a quarter of the way to a hundred! Every time we reach a quarter, I will make a special episode. They'll be like the Quarter Quells from the Hunger Games, but instead of a gruesome competition which is a fight to the death, you'll get a special episode of Legend. And I'm going to call them Quarterly Specials. The next Quarterly Special will be the 50th episode. But now, let's focus on this week's special episode. One of my most asked questions is, Where does the music in the podcast come from? Well, you're in luck, because in this week's episode, I will be playing all of the music that has ever been in one of my podcasts, including the full version of the music you heard at the beginning of this episode.
Same style as the last episode. But Sweden. If you want your town featured in the next episode of Legend, share Legend with your friends and your towns will be at the top of my analytics list. Then, I will notice your town and you will get an episode about your town.
In this episode and in the last few, I've been finding bizarre stories that have taken place in the towns that listen to my podcast. If you want your town featured in the next episode of Legend, share Legend with your friends and your towns will be at the top of my analytics list. Then, I will notice your town and you will get an episode about your town.
Same style as the last episode. Just a new state and new towns. If you want your town featured in the next episode of Legend, share Legend with your friends and your town will climb to the top of my analytics list. Then I will notice it and make an episode about your town.
I'm doing a mini-series of the towns that listen to my podcast. I find bizarre and spooky stories in the towns of Ashburn, Washington, and Falls Church Virginia. If you want your town featured in the next episode of Legend, share Legend with your friends and your town will have the top rank on my analytics list.
In this episode, we only have one story instead of the usual two. We focus on the missing case of D.B. Cooper, a man wanted by the FBI. This episode was heavily inspired by Ryan Agnew, host of the YouTube channels Scrubby, Scrubs, and Scrubae. Here is a link to his video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A23TXhL604U
In this episode we take a haunted tour of San Diego, from the Whaley House to the El Campo Santo Cemetery, we discover some of the most bizarre occurrences that have taken place in San Diego. Also, there was a problem making this episode, so the mic quality is poor.
In this episode, we take a tour of New York State by observing some of the most bizarre stories in the state's history. From train stations to churches, darkness and light can be found just about everywhere.
In this episode, we take a tour of Alaska and its dark past. We observe hotels with ghosts and other paranormal activity. From stories of a sailor who asked for a haunted room, to a girl named Alice, one thing is for sure. The most chilling part of Alaska isn't its weather.
Forests can be dark. They can be creepy. But when they are just trees, you can't see anything. And that makes it even darker. We could build a metropolis in it and then abandon it. And sometimes that will lead us to go so crazy we need to go to an asylum. And when it gets overcrowded, we don't know what to do next. But that's just the way that we work. We create the problem and then try to fix it. And when we fail, the results can be devastating.
Lighthouses and mansions are very different, but they do have one similarity. As of now, most of them are old. And with age, comes the past, and lots of darkness with it. And also, there might be ghosts. I'm Rishu Sheth, and I welcome you to Legend.
King Tut and the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine are among one of the most discussed topics in history. They both date back to the past 200 years ago (one of them thousands of years ago) and are still debated today. But they have one thing in common. They were both cursed.
Forrest Fenn and Thomas J. Beale are both extremely similar. They both hid treasures that have never been found and are both very mysterious about it. Except one is dead and the other is alive. In this episode, we explore both of these treasures and the history behind them.