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    The Legend of Vampire Girl-Mercy Brown

    Much like the Salem Witch Trials, the New England Vampire panic was born out of fear and the unknown, or maybe even just the fear of the unknown. There were upwards of 80 victims of the panic, Mercy Brown was just one of them, but, one of the most famous and probably the muse for the character Lucy in Bram Stokers novel Dracula.   None of the photos on this page belong to Haunting History Podcast. No copyright infringement intended and are only used as enhancements to the story told.    At times when reporting facts regarding a true crime, (and photos) multiple sources  use the same wording. Every effort…

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    The Exorcist

    Its a couple of weeks before Halloween so we are taking a small break from true crime to focus on the really scary and what’s more terifying then a story about a demon? Released in December 1973 the movie the Exorcist was the highest grossing movie of its time, the movie based loosely on the book by William Peter Platty follows the story of 12 year old Regan played by Linda Blair and her family as they deal and try to overcome some radically disturbing behavior.   None of the photos on this page belong to Haunting History Podcast. No copyright infringement intended and are only used as enhancements to…

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    The Hotel Del Coronado

        Season 4 Episode 3 Kate Morgan The Hotel Del Coronado opened in February of 1888. It has hosted famous people from Marilyn Monroe to Ellen Degeneres. But the most famous guest of the Hotel Del is one that been there for almost 130 years.  Kate Morgan checked into the Hotel Del Coronado on Thanksgiving Day 1892, the employees knew almost immediately  there was something different about the Beautiful Stranger, little did they know that she would be still famous so many decades later.   Link to the painting by Dr. Suess. “I dreamed I was a  doorman at the Hotel Del Coronado” https://www.libertypuzzles.com/wooden-jigsaw-puzzles/i-dreamed-i-was-a-doorman-at-the-hotel-del-coronado Pictures of the Crown Room with…

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    The Black Dahlia-Part 1-Elizabeth Short

    On the morning of January 15, 1947, a mother taking her child for a walk in a Los Angeles neighborhood stumbled upon a gruesome sight: the body of a young naked woman sliced in half at the waist.  For over 70 years the mystery of who killed The Black Dahlia has perplexed the police, the FBI and  arm chair detectives and website warriors alike. Armed with the LAPD and FBI files we begin  part one of our 3 part series, where we focus on the victim. A girl just 22 years old who lost her life in the most vile and violent way. We want to give her name back, remind…

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    The Ghosts of San Juan Capistrano-Haunted California

    As part of our Halloween episodes, Haunting History Podcast is starting a series we will come back to occasionally based on Hauntings in  California. This week is The Ghosts of San Juan Capistrano. San Juan Capistrano, better known for its Mission and swallows that leave and return every year, is a town full of ghosts, legends and lore. The locals and residents not only speak freely of their neighbors beyond the veil,they cherish them. Join us as we travel back in time to when the legends began. Drawing of their lady in white, that started my search for and about Modesta Avila, some people say the picture above doesn’t resemble the drawing,…