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Join celebrity paranormal investigator Bridget Marquardt (Star of E!’s The Girls Next Door) embarks on an exploration of self-described ghost magnets and the spirits, poltergeists and mysterious entities they attract. When, where and how did they realize that they had this spiritual magnetism? What’s it like living with the specters of the dead?  Bridget investigates all that and more in her weekly podcast.

Sep 21, 2020

Loren Rhoads is a San Francisco-based author, editor, and lecturer on cemetery history. Loren is the author of Wish You Were Here: Adventures in Cemetery Travel, Morbid Curiosity Cures and the Blues, and the editor of Death's Garden: Relationships with Cemeteries. She is the monthly cemetery columnist at Gothic...


Sep 14, 2020

This week we have the one and only…Lisa Morton! Lisa’s new book Calling the Spirits: A History of Seances comes out this month and with Halloween just around the corner, we thought this would be the perfect way to jump start the spooky season! And OMG do they talk about everything! From the Island of Dead Dolls to...


Sep 7, 2020

This weeks guest is Rebecca F. Pittman.  Rebecca is a bestselling author and has written books about many of my favorite places and I can’t wait to chat with her about the Myrtles Plantation, The Stanley Hotel, The Lemp Mansion, Lizzie Borden and more!! Plus Lisa Morton’s “Ghost Report.”

Rebecca is a bestselling...


Sep 4, 2020

Dead Time Stories with Bridget 
Listeners share their scariest tales! 

 

Admit it, we’ve all experienced it. A sound that stops you dead in your tracks… an unexplained movement out of the corner of your eye… the unshakable feeling of being watched. Or maybe it was something more. Maybe it’s a story that would...


Aug 31, 2020

Some of the weirdest things in the world happen when you're in a touring rock band and Bonnie Bloomgarden of The Death Valley Girls definitely xhas a few stories to tell! Haunted rock venues? She's got that. Time travel? Yup. Seances, spooky hotels and ghostly voices singing along on demo tracks? YES! And what really...