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Roadside Horror Show

Apr 2020

North Carolina Part 2 or Twofer Plus Twofer Equals Fourfer?

In this week’s episode, Nicole gives you two murder ballads for the price of one! She did, however, refuse to sing them. Later, Eden dishes out two southern-fried ghost stories. Okay, so maybe they aren’t fried, but they’re still spooky. These are the stories of Frankie Silver, Ellen Smith, The Grand Old Lady Hotel, and The Devil’s Tramping Ground.

Apr 2020

North Carolina Part 1 or Pillin’ and Killin’ and Creepy Drain Laughter

In this week’s episode, Eden tells a story of a lady poisoner with a penchant for pills and forging checks. Good times are had by all...or one? Later, Nicole talks to us about one of America’s most famous houses and a pool you do NOT want to go swimming in. These are the stories of Velma Barfield and The Biltmore Estate.

Apr 2020

Virginia Part 2 or And The Bad Decision Award Goes To…and Non-Regulation Terror Stairs

In this week’s episode, Nicole tells the tale of a woman who never met a horrible choice she didn’t like and Eden talks about a house with a long history of witches, falling-related deaths, and more child ghosts and sad lady ghosts than you can shake a stick at! These are the tales of Theresa Lewis and The Ferry Plantation House.

Apr 2020

Virginia Part 1 or The Effects of Faygo on the Human Psyche and Priest Me Baby One More Time

This week, Eden gives you a lesson on juggalos any why it’s never a good idea to meet someone from the internet who calls themselves Syko Sam. Nicole tells the tale of some lazy priests and a psychic who doesn’t seem to know what she’s doing. These are the stories of The Farmville Murders and The Spotsylvania Poltergeist.

Apr 2020

West Virginia Part 2 or The Shadiest Garage Ever and A Nopefest Hospital from Hell

Quarantine got you down? We’re here to help with another chilltastic episode! First, Nicole tells us about more personal ads and why you should never answer them. Later, Eden will talk about a hospital whose best advice is to take two icepicks to the brain and call them in the morning! These are the stories of Harry F. Powers and the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. 

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