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    HH Holmes Murder Castle Part 1

    HH Holmes Murder Castle Part 1 Born Herman Webster Mudgett on May 16, 1861, HH Holmes who he later became to be known as killed as many as a couple of hundred people or as few as 9 people.     Outside of Murder Castle HH Holmes Graduation Photo Drawings of Murder Castle   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 is made to avoid any copyright infringements and no single…

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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 Disappearance of Debra Lynn Part 10-The end….

    Season 3 Episode 10   We have to apologize in advance for some of the sound quality in the recordings, its one of the technical issues we are working on. Thank you to all our listeners who stuck around when we changed it up a bit to do a whole season on a missing person. We appreciate you more than you could ever know! Bonus Audio coming soon, for the next couple of weeks we will have some bonus audio being published on our regular publishing days.

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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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    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              …

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    The Black Dahlia Part 3-The Suspects

    The unsolved murder of Elizabeth Short may forever remain that, unsolved, but, to many the killer is already known,the problem is who is right about which one? Join us this week as we discuss (and sometimes argue) about who could have committed this heinous crime. Ed Burns, Hayley questions whether or not he had the medical know how, BUT, I had forgotten during the recording that he had some medical student credits! George Hodel? Steve Hodel certainly thinks he did it. Check out his books Black Dahlia Avenger II 2014: Presenting the Follow-Up Investigation and Further Evidence Linking Dr. George Hill Hodel to Los Angeles’s Black Dahlia and other 1940s…

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    The Black Dahlia-Part 2 The Investigation

    This week we discuss the investigation into the murder of Elizabeth Short.   The first suspect and supposedly the last person to see Elizabeth alive, Robert “Red” Manly, although cleared of murder, he was haunted by the crime for the rest of his life.  His wife stood by his side, unfortunately she had to have him committed to Patton State Hospital in 1954.                                                   Police bulletin to the officers on the investigation. Letters received by the newspapers. The police believe these were sent by the killer Random…