A podcast about true ghost stories, told by the people who survived them. Co-hosted by Melissa Sweazy and Nathan Reisman
Have a stay at the most haunted hotel in America.
Intuitive Investigator Stephen Williams makes contact with the other side.
Melissa tells Nate the story of a spirit who does not take kindly to a realtor's open house.
Bonus episode before you go!
Lisa doesn’t mind living in a haunted house. Good thing as she’s ended up in so many.
I see you.
Courtney’s grandmother passed but still likes to visit the family. Well, here’s hoping it’s grandma.
He calls it a haunt, they call it a haint. Whatever you want to call it, it’s waiting for Luke in his bedroom
Michael Finger tells the story of the infamous 1871 haunting of Clara Robertson at Brinkley Female College.
There is a vacancy in an apartment in Macon, Georgia. It comes with two very unwelcome roommates
Some ghosts are friendly, and some are not. Doesn't matter if you're on the most famous street in Memphis.
Some doors don't need to be answered, especially when the dead guy on the other side won't stop knocking.
Joe’s mom likes to renovate old houses. Lucky for Joe, he gets the bedroom right next to the haunted attic.
It was cute. It was free. Of course there's a ghost attached.
Natasha moved houses a lot as a child, maybe because of the apparation that followed her.
Donny recalls his time as a security guard at the abandoned Waverly Hills Sanitorium
Christian experiences ectoplasm and a ghost with a fondness for New Orleans catch phrases.
Growing up in a haunted house, Ed experiences a few uninvited house guests.
Bill and Ted explore an abandoned mental hospital
Donnie worked the night shift at Waverly Hills.
Warren spends two years in Cameroon with the Peace Corps and encounters a violent spirit.
Lucia’s landlord’s mom wants them out. Also, she’s dead.
Jessica hears a voice from beyond.
Carla has a penchant for living in houses that are haunted.
Melissa and Nate discuss a haunted hotel room.
Michael spends the night at the Myrtles and his parents home hosts and unexpected guest.
Chontel's clients are a quiet bunch but sometimes like to make their presence known.