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This week, Lacey and Ivy are shining a light on the creepy, unexplainable and surprisingly sultry goings-on of America's most haunted lighthouses. In this episode, you'll learn everything from how to make a ghost in a basement, the origin of the word parrot, and that you've REALLY got to know more than one song on the piano. Also, we discuss our good friend Zak Bagans and the Ghost Adventures episode of Point Sur lighthouse.
Getting Weird in the Woods
Thoreau may have found peace in the woods, but all we found was scary stuff. This week, Ivy and Lacey explore the Freetown-Fall River State Forest, known for its mythical creatures and very real murders, and more than likely solved a cold case on the Isle of the Dolls. Lacey learns how to pronounce Pukwedgies and Ivy learns that she would do damn near anything to survive the apocalypse. So grab a flashlight and head on in, Y'all.
Built in 1860 for General Hugh Weedon Mercer, The Mercer house has long been a staple in Savannah’s historic district. Tall and stately, it’s numerous rooms have seen many owners and hold many stories. It’s history is rich, but dark. Haunting these halls are tragic deaths, notorious murders, and some even think they’re cursed with deep south hoodoo. Today, we’re taking you down to Savannah Georgia for the story of the infamous Mercer House.
Nicolas Cage was fed fox meat by nuns. That’s not pertinent, but now that we have your attention, he also lived in one of the most haunted houses in America, where one of the most highly regarded socialites in New Orleans watched her house and reputation go up in flames in 1834. When the ashes settled, she would be regarded as one of the most evil, infamous women in United States History. This is the story of Delphine LaLaurie, Y'all!
In the heart of New Orleans charms, dolls and Mardi Gras beads lay at the foot of a vandalized tomb. But these markings - dozens and dozens of X’s drawn on the tomb’s face - aren’t an expression of disrespect. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. They represent the gratitude of hundreds who have come to put their hope in hope in the power of the most prolific Voodoo Queen in history -- this is the story of Marie Catherine Laveau. Voo, Y'all!
This week we’ve got a special Holiday episode for y’all - Lacey and Ivy swap stories about the singing ghost of Selena Quintanilla-Perez and the haunting story of the Kiss and Kill Murder. Then the season gets all wrapped with a game of trivia and some special guests. Jingle Boos, Y’all!
Behind the Pine Curtain
Some of our favorite ghosts from past episodes meet us where the south begins. This week we take a peek behind the Pine Curtain of East Texas and find ax murderers, roaming sasquatch and underground alien tunnels. Also, Lacey and Ivy recount a few of their own firsthand stories and interview a special guest!
“A cemetery with a beach attached” - with a rep like that, you know we couldn’t pass up Galveston, Texas. And it did not disappoint. This week we’ve got everything from Walmart Ghosts to Voodoo queens to Jack the Ripper. And of course, we’ve got some firsthand stories for Y,all!
This episode is the GOAT, y'all. This week we are in Denton and we've got voodoo goat men on a bridge, peeping Wandas in a dorm, stabby farmers at a nursery, firsthand ghost stories and a whole lot more!
Hotel Part 3: Menger
We're remembering the Alamo ghosts this week at the Menger Hotel in San Antonio. We've got Davy Crockett, a French beheading and lots and lots of King Ranch casserole. Bon Appetit, y'all!
Hotel Part 1: Baker
This week takes us to the crazy town of Mineral Wells to spend some time in The Baker Hotel, which was once a spa destination for old Hollywood but is now one of the most haunted hotels in Texas. Don't get too scared now, y'all.
El Paso High School
It's Friday Night Frights this week on Boo Y'all podcast, as we explore the ghosts that roam the halls of El Paso High school in El Paso, Texas. Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Loud Boos, y'all.
Black Hope Curse
Season one is all about The Lone Star State and the first stop is Crosby, Texas, to explore the Black Hope Curse. We're talkin' about buried bodies, sudden deaths, levitating pets, and much, much more. Enjoy, y'all.