The most tragic events are often the ones that are the most remembered. Such is the case of the 1897 Paris tragedy. The Bazar de la Charité would be the end of many of France's most wealthiest women. Thirty terrifying minutes would change everything.
Death at a charity bazaar makes one remember the phrase, "No good deed goes unpunished." This horrible accident reminds us that tragedy isn't a respecter of persons. We're all fighting to survive.
Some places aren't safe. Have never been safe. Some would say they're cursed. Such is the case with St. Albans Sanatorium in Virginia. With its complicated and horrific past, it sits now as a relic of proof that even the cursed still survive.
I’m about to take you to a place of horrors—where madness and mayhem roam the halls. This is a story you don't want to miss.
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Every city has its ghosts, but the Tampa neighborhood of Ybor has more than its fair share. In this episode, you’ll hear tales of the most haunted buildings in Tampa. Once called the Wild West of the South, Ybor City’s lawless dead inhabitants are still wreaking havoc today.
Have you ever visited a haunted house? Did it live up to the hype? Did it give you all the spooky thrills? In this episode, we'll step inside the infamous Sorrel-Weed House located in Historic Savannah, Georgia. We'll uncover the history, debunk the legend, and I'll share my personal experience.
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Edgar Allan Poe had a sad life, losing every woman he ever loved. Of course, he’s famous for his macabre stories, but it’s his very last poem that is truly fascinating. Who was Poe’s Annabel Lee? Was she his wife or some secret love who’s been lost in history? There’s a legend in Charleston, South Carolina that you may find compelling. We know a lot about Poe’s dark mind, but in this episode, we’ll explore a lesser known side of him—his heart.