Why is it that seemingly innocent things--children, dolls, clowns, churches--when turned on their heads make the most terrifying horrors? The juxtaposition of good and evil and holy and hell piques our attention when the benign unexpectedly becomes malicious.
In this episode, we'll tell you two stories and a few undeniable truths.
Every town has its ghosts, and small Southern towns are no different. One of the most well-known ghost stories in Alabama is the legend of Bill Sketoe--a man who wrongfully lost his life in 1864. Visit the decaying South, in its haunting glory, in this episode.
Why do tales of murder intrigue us? When we're children, we fear the dark--the hidden creatures in the shadows. But as we age, so do our fears, turning from something otherworldly to monsters much more terrifying.
Allow me to tell you a story of a mysterious murder. Then we'll sort through the facts. The jury has already decided the fate, but it's your turn to be the judge.
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.