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    Lizzie Borden Part 3 The Aftermath

    Season 2 Episode 13 Maplecroft If Lizzie Borden  thought everything would return to normal once the trial ended, she was dead wrong. The crowds cheered when the judge announced she was not guilty, but, at  the end of the day all of her friends abandoned her. People refused to sit near her at church. And children, probably daring each other to tempt her, would ring her doorbell in the middle of the night and pelt her house with gravel and eggs.   Headstones of the family

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    Lizzie Borden Part 1, The Murder & Investigation

    Season 2 Episode 11 Lizzie Borden took an axe, And gave her mother forty whacks, When she saw what she had done, She gave her father forty-one. Lizzie Borden Part 1 The Murder & Investigation Actually,the Bordens received only 29 whacks, not the 81 suggested by the famous ditty, but the popularity of the above poem is a testament to the public’s fascination with the 1893 murder trial of Lizzie Borden. The source of that fascination might lie in the almost unimaginably brutal nature of the crime–given the gender, background, and age of the defendant-   Layout of the Borden house    

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    Haunted Disneyland

    Season 2 Episode 10 Since the year it opened in  1955 over 750 million people have walked through Disneyland’s  gates into the Magic Kingdom and the “Happiest Place on Earth”. But apparently not as many have left thru those same magical gates.  Guests and cast members alike have told bizarre stories of the supernatural inside the walls of Disneyland  and anyone who’s somewhat familiar with the park’s history knows its filled with dark secrets and paranormal mysteries. Want more creepy Disney? Check out these books    

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    Lost Boy Larry

    Season 2 Episode 9 In August of 1973, a  CB radio operator in California was shocked to receive a mysterious transmission from what seemed to be a young boy pleading for help over the airwaves. The transmissions were at times difficult to understand because the boy was often crying or sobbing uncontrollably, and this, combined with the generally poor signal and ample static, often made the messages nearly incoherent. What could be understood was that the boy called himself Larry, and claimed that he had been out with his father rabbit hunting when they had been in an accident. Larry stated that the red and white pickup truck they were…

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    The Bell Witch Part 2

    Season 2 Episode 7 The Bell Witch left the Bell household in 1821, saying that she would return in seven years time. She made good on her promise and “appeared” at the home of John Bell, Jr. where it is said, she left him with prophecies of future events, including the Civil War, and World Wars I and II. The ghost said it would reappear 107 years later – in 1935 – but if she did, no one in Adams came forward as a witness to it. Was the whole story of the Bell Witch made up, some believe so, others aren’t so sure, you listen and decide Some pics…

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    The Bell Witch Part 1

    The Bell Witch 1817, Adams, Tennessee,  was the site of one of the most well-known hauntings in American history -well, maybe not most well known but, at least the longest running story of paranormal activity. Some believe the whole story of the Bell Witch was made up, or a hoax on the family and not witch or supernatural at all.  Some say it was so well known that it eventually caught the attention and then the involvement of a future president of the United States, Andrew Jackson. Known as The Bell Witch, or The Bell Witch Cave, named for the family whose home that the activity first presented itself, came,…

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    The Bennington Triangle

    Bennington Triangle” is a nickname for an area of southwestern Vermont in  which at least five or as many as ten people have disappeared between 1945 and 1950. Although many say it began way earlier, some say as early as 1920. This  “mystery triangle” centered around Glastenbury Mountain and includes some or most of the area of the towns immediately surrounding it. Is it just circumstance that lead to the missing people, or was it something paranormal?  UFO’s?  Bigfoot?  The Bennington Monster? What do you think?   Links https://www.bfro.net/   https://www.mufon.com/

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    Want a Haunting History Podcast Tee? There is 3 ways to win. 1. Tag 3 friends on any of our instagram posts (episodes)  and get your name entered once in the drawing. Or 2. Write a review and rate us on itunes and send us a screen shot of your review to our email at Haunting History Podcast@ gmail.com and get your name entered 3 times in the drawing! Or 3. Join any level of  our Patreon and get your name entered 5 times in the drawing!  The contest goes until the end of February, so tag and review all month log for a better chance to win! Be sure…

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    America’s Unknown Child

    He would be approximately 68 years old today, although no one really  knows exactly how old he would be, because no one knows when he was born, or his name,or his parents or who is favorite comic book hero was. No one knows anything,. We only know him as The Boy in a Box, or America’s Unknown child. He is the  unidentified murder victim, 3 to 7 years old, whose naked, battered body was found in a cardboard box in the Fox Chase section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on February 25, 1957.         WARNING: PICTURES BELOW MAY BE DISTURBING TO SOME              …