Case 145: Ashwell Prison UK - A Wrecking Spree and Ghostly Inmates
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by Anne Rzechowicz and Renata Daniel
1w ago
In the heart of Oakham Rutland - lies an abandoned jail that was known by the name of Her Majesty’s Prison’ Ashwell. It first opened it’s doors in 1955 as an open men's prison that was built on the site of a former World War Two US Army base - home to part of the 82nd Airborne Division. Ashwell Prison has been home to many criminals, and like other penal establishments it has witnessed plenty of negative emotions, violence and deaths. The prison is said to be plagued by strange sounds, shadows are seen moving across derelict rooms and footsteps are said to follow the unsuspecting visitor. Ther ..read more
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Case 144: Margery Crandon - Gifted Medium or Charlatan
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by Anne Rzechowicz and Renata Daniel
3w ago
In 1924, the pretty wife of a distinguished Boston surgeon came to embody a raging national debate over the values of the Spiritualism movement which was devoted to communication with the dead. Newspapers dubbed her the blonde Witch of Lime Street, but she was known to her followers simply as Margery. Some called her a mystic and some called her a fraud. But this is the story of a woman who has also been called one of the most powerful mediums ever. The Margery case, (as it as known) was the last major episode of its kind, and it blew up and was the subject of public controversy beca ..read more
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Case 143: The Ghosts of Michelham Priory
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by Anne Rzechowicz and Renata Daniel
1M ago
Down a small, sleepy lane, and not far from Upper Dicker, Arlington Reservoir and Hailsham is stunning Michelham Priory. This is a 13th Century Priory that stands on a private island. This priory is the site of deaths, murders and destruction and was looted of its ornaments and valuables at the time of King Henry 8th. Although it has seen many different eras and had many different purposes one thing is for sure – the ghosts of the past still remain and as are active as ever. In this week’s episode of the True Hauntings Podcast we explore the many ghostly sightings and experiences that still h ..read more
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Case 142: Kubur Kassim - Haunted Cemetery
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by Anne Rzechowicz and Renata Daniel
1M ago
KUBUR KASSIM GRAVEYARD DATES BACK to the early 19th century and has served as a burial ground for generations of Muslims in Singapore. This cemetery has witnessed the interment of people from various backgrounds, including early settlers, pioneers, and notable figures from the Muslim community. Yet it has a history of some on the most terrifying hauntings in the country. Why is this place a portal for restless spirits? And why do some of the country’s supernatural creatures make this their gathering spot? In this week’s Episode of the True Hauntings Podcast we head to Singapore to go ..read more
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Case 141: A Haunting on the Hudson! Can a House be Legally Haunted?
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by Anne Rzechowicz and Renata Daniel
2M ago
There’s a house that sits right on the Hudson River in the small village of Nyack that actually has legal proof that it’s haunted. Thanks to the “Ghostbusters Ruling”, this home has been declared legally haunted by the state of New York. This beautiful home doesn’t look like your typical Hollywood haunted Mansion – it’s not scary in the least; Instead, it is a beautifully elegant and well maintained 130 year old mansion that has been bought and sold many times many times since the story about the haunted building first appeared in the Readers Digest 30 years ago. In this episode of the True Ha ..read more
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Case 140: Duckett's Grove Ireland - Medieval Mansion haunted by a Banshee
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by Anne Rzechowicz and Renata Daniel
2M ago
Duckett’s Grove is an 18th-century manor house situated in County Carlow, Ireland. Although a devastating fire in 1933 left it in ruins, the manor's exterior retains just enough to allow your imagination to rebuild its medieval appearance – you can just how amazing this building must have looked back its heyday. There is a belief that a curse has cast a shadow over the Duckett Family for generations but would a curse have been cast in the first place? What did this family do to earn such a sentence of bad luck for generations to come? What else can be found in the ruins of this building? IMPO ..read more
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Case 139: Q Station Manly - Quarantine and Ghosts
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by Anne Rzechowicz and Renata Daniel
3M ago
North Head, Sydney Australia is situated at the entrance of one of the world’s most beautiful and well know harbours, and for many years, ships and their passengers were forced to quarantine off shore to make certain that epidemics like the bubonic plague, Spanish influenza and small pox didn’t run rampant throughout the country. Many people were infected whilst on board the long sea voyage to Australia and so a place on land was allocated to restrain the sick while they regained their health, but far enough away from the general population to avoid spreading diseases further. Quarantine Stat ..read more
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Case 138: Muckross Abbey - Most Haunted place in Ireland
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by Anne Rzechowicz and Renata Daniel
3M ago
One of the most haunted sites you will stumble upon in Ireland is also one that has been a religious sanctuary to an order of Franciscan Friars since it’s establishment in the 15th Century. Created on instruction by the voice of God The Abbey was also a place of pain and suffering as it was raided by English troops set on removing Catholic orders from the country. Those that would not leave were threatened with torture and death. Join us on this eerie exploration of the haunting legends and enigmatic tales surrounding one of Ireland's most iconic and enigmatic locations – Muckross Abbey. IMP ..read more
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Case 137: Hotel Del Salto Columbia
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by Anne Rzechowicz and Renata Daniel
4M ago
HOTEL DEL SALTO There is a place in Columbia called Hotel of the Leap – it is as mysterious as it is beautiful. There is a water fall nearby that is legendary and mystical to the local people who know it’s deeply dark history. The Hotel Del Salto is very haunted and is a must see if you are into dark tourism but also if you are a paranormal investigator this place will leave you understanding how trauma can leave its mark on a place, thus making it haunted. In this episode of the True Hauntings Podcast we venture into the Columbian forests in search of one of the most haunted places in the cou ..read more
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Case 136: Haunted Oak Alley Plantation USA
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by Anne Rzechowicz and Renata Daniel
4M ago
Sometime in the early 1700's, probably a few years before the 1718 founding of New Orleans as the colonial seat of government, a French settler selected this site for the fulfillment of his aspirations. It was he who planted the twenty-eight live oak trees in two rows of fourteen each, eighty feet apart, to form an avenue of trees, a quarter mile in length leading to the Mississippi River. Back in the early 19th century, around 1836, the land that is now Oak Alley was acquired by a French Creole named Jacques Telesphore Roman. But back then, it wasn't known as Oak Alley; it was called Bon, S ..read more
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