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In this episode, Zoey tells the story of Savannah, Georgia's Moon River Brewing Company. Riddled with ghosts, and a potential dark entity, the brewing company is one of many haunted buildings in what is considered the most haunted city in America. The ghosts include a town drunk killed by a local doctor (where the doctor faced no consequences), a m…
 
In King’s Tavern in Natchez, Mississippi, doors open and close on their own, glass breaks, tables vibrate, bare footprints appear on mopped floors, and apparitions will manifest on the stairs or behind you in the mirror. These hauntings are explained by a story that the first owner’s wife killed his mistress, Madeline, in the early 1800s and hid he…
 
This week Robin and Zoey discuss the story behind the Origin of the AMBER Alert System. But first, an exciting announcement! Instead of Something Southern this week, we have the first ever Something Spooky. Robin and Zoey talk about something they would like to cover in a podcast episode, but doesn't necessarily fit into the Haunted Hospitality the…
 
In the middle of the night, elderly couple Millie and Winnie Winston found blood scattered on the walls and floors throughout their Atlanta home. When police arrived at the scene, they were hesitant to believe their eyes, but the next day, tests revealed the blood was human and didn’t belong to either of the Winstons. Without much else to go on, th…
 
Who was the first Serial Killer? While we may never know that answer, we can tell you who the first recorded American Serial Killers are. Meet Micajah and Wiley Harpe - two brothers (or maybe cousins) born in North Carolina (or Scotland). They traveled the Southern United States during and after the American Revolutionary War, pillaging, killing, b…
 
The traditional story of Lavinia Fisher is one of extremes: that she was the first female serial killer in America, that she was the first woman executed by hanging in America, that she killed men by poisoned tea and a trapdoor before her husband cut up their bodies. The gory details of Lavinia’s life and her aggressive hauntings in Charleston’s Ol…
 
Listen to the mystery that surrounds the tragic death of 7 year old Nina Craigmiles. Doted upon by her family, she passed away at such a young age due to an accident. Her father, one of the richest men in Cleveland, TN spent around $1 million to ensure that her final resting place showed her his love for her. But the Mausoleum is home to a mystery …
 
Just before dawn on August 6, 1887, a blood-covered Tom Woolfolk ran out of his father's house to tell neighbors that someone was murdering his family that very minute. Listen as Robin and Zoey explore what happened that fateful night in Macon, Georgia, the life that led up to it, and the infamous events that transpired after. But before that, Zoey…
 
Why tell one story when you can tell all the stories in a town? As a request from Zoey's mother (Hi, Becky!), we visit Wichita, TX and hit 6 different locations! First, a quick mention, is Pinky's cave with it's infamous quote "Stop now or Pinky'll get you!" Then, we go to Witch's Gate # 1 and explore the story on how the iconic home was burned to …
 
If you drive fifteen minutes south from Siler City in rural Chatham County, North Carolina, you’ll find a place called the Devil’s Tramping Ground. Pine trees and red oaks line the edges of this clearing in the woods. And grass and low brush stretch out from the trees, stopping only as they reach a barren, 15 foot wide circle, too perfect to be nat…
 
The Biltmore Estate is a well known tourist attraction outside of Asheville, NC. It is a grand estate (around 180,000 square feet) built in 1889 as a vacation home for George Vanderbilt II. Over the years, it was turned into a museum and today, it is visited by 1.2 million guests each year. There were two deaths and three births within the main hou…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Haunted Hospitality! The legend of Mary the Wanderer pervades St. Simon's Island, Georgia. Locals report seeing the ghost of a woman in a white dress holding her lantern high and searching in death for the man she loved in life. But who was she beyond the scope of the legend? What brought her to the island in the fir…
 
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