We're back in Maryland this week for some more spooky fun! You won't want to miss this one. Nicole tells us the incredible tale of a woman who doesn't know how to keep a secret even when it means jail time, and Eden spooks us all with the tale of a house where 13 people died. Buckle up and settle in for the chilling tales of The Murder Mystery Weekend Killing and Hager House.
Thank for joining us on our first two stops in Maryland. First, we learn the importance of reading the ingredients in the food you eat, especially when said food is being sold by a murderer, and we also learn that all who live in huts are not witches. In other words, these are the stories of Joe Metheny and Moll Dyer.
In this week's episode we discuss how life is sometimes like a box of chocolates in the worst way and how a feast of rats isn't just for Survivor contestants anymore (Richard Hatch, if you're listening, please put your clothes back on.) These are the Chocolate Candy Murders and Pea Patch Island.
This week we're headed to Delaware for some good old fashioned spooky fun. This week, we learn that murder can sometimes be a family affair, and sometimes ghosts need booze, too! These are the stories of Anne Marie Fahey and Woodburn Hall.
In this week's episode, we discuss why America's Most Wanted can be a dangerous show (if you murder your whole family) and just how different sisters can be. So have a moist look-see (don't worry, you'll get it if you listen) at this week's episode for the stories of The List Murders and The Emlen Physick Estate.
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This week, Nicole and Eden travel to New Jersey for some spooky fun. The lessons we've learned this week are to always show up to your court appearance in style and to never drive backwards around a clock tower! These are the stories of The Hall-Mills Murders and The Devil's Tower.
Thanks for joining us on the road again for part two of Pennsylvania! This time, we give you the worst German lesson ever and discuss a ghost that plays this little piggy. Our stops this week are Hex Hollow in York, and The Logan Inn in New Hope.
Edit: We messed up, y'all! Our twitter is @roadsidehorror...because SOMEONE (Nicole) made us two accounts and we can't get into the other one.
Thanks for joining us down the dark and winding roads of Pennsylvania! This week we'll be discussing the reason you should never open your windows or eat the old-style German sausage! In other words, these are the stories of Harvey Miguel Robinson and Hawk Mountain.