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Homespun Haints

Author: Becky Kilimnik and Diana Doty

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Ready for something truly scary? Listen to real stories of hauntings, ghosts, haints, and other paranormal occurrences, told by the very people who experienced them. Catch up now: Season 3 returns February 1, 2021.
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When you’re in your twenties, moving to a big city for a new job can bring about many unforeseen experiences, such as: Learning to deal with sloppy flatmates. Letting friends couchsurf, and dealing with your apartment’s resident poltergeist.For Julie Penman Livesey, a children’s author, life in her new London flat meant dealing with a former deceased resident who refused to move out. Let’s sit down and have a nice chat about ghosts. Today, on Homespun Haints.For full episode show notes, visit https://homespunhaints.com/the-forsaken-flatmateTo learn more about our guest, Julie Penman Livesey, please visit https://juliepenmanlivesey.com/Support the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
The Southern Appalachian mountains have their own kind of magic. It evolved out of multiple traditions and the need to survive amidst poverty and a harsh landscape. But much of this magic has been lost through the ages, buried and swallowed by the mountains that birthed it. Today, on the H Files, we piece together legends, superstitions, and my own knowledge from growing up in this region to give you an overview of some of the magic and lore surrounding this area that still continues to be isolated from the rest of the world. Let’s talk about Appalachian Witchcraft. Today, on Homespun Haints.Find full show notes at https://homespunhaints.com/magic-in-appalachia/Support the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
How would your life be different if you had grown up in a haunted house? Would you still be scared of ghosts, if they had been a part of your childhood? Would you be more willing to live with a haunted house as an adult?Our guest today isn’t scared of much after growing up in a very haunted house. But one experience she had there, as a young adult, was so terrifying, it leaves her shivering to this day. Let’s tell some very scary ghost stories. Today, on Homespun Haints.In this episode, we speak with Carrie Caulfield Arick of Yaya Podcasting about her strange and unusual experiences.For full show notes, visit https://homespunhaints.com/whats-the-worst-that-could-happen-in-a-seanceSupport the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
Every city has history, legends, and, of course, ghosts. No matter how new or old, if you dig deep enough, you’re sure to find some skeletons buried under your town’s gleaming sidewalks.  Perhaps the city you live in is more haunted than you thought.Our guest on today’s episode of the H Files, Jason of Spooky CLT, has made it his mission to uncover the forgotten history of a North Carolina town most known as a banking center and an airport hub. Thanks to Jason’s efforts, this town may also soon be known for its ghosts. Would you stay in any of these places he talks about, knowing about the ghosts who still walk the halls?Let’s hear some stories, on the H Files, today, on Homespun Haints. To see more about Spooky CLT, visit https://spookyclt.com/ or follow the Instagram account @spookycltTo see full show notes for this episode, please visit https://homespunhaints.com/haunted-charlotte-spooky-cltSupport the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
Some people go their entire lives without ever seeing a ghost. Some are lucky enough to see one at some point before they become ghosts themselves. And, some people, such as Amanda, seem to run into ghosts everywhere they live.  From the hidden tunnels of Germany, to the isolated cornfields of the midwestern U.S., Amanda’s ghosts are not your ordinary ghosts. Settle in for some strange and unusual tales. Today, on Homespun Haints. Support the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
The ultimate super-computer—a store-house of energy and electromagnetic pulses—exists within each of our own skulls. With all that energy, it’s no wonder that our brains can have powerful effects on our environments, and can be powerfully affected by forces that we cannot see nor hear. Or can we?Join us today and settle in for a talk that is part science, part philosophy, part ghost story, and part mind-blowing (literally) as we talk about the research and theories behind EMFs and fear cages. Today on Homespun Haints.Support the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
The early 20th century was an interesting time for Tulsa, Oklahoma. Fortunes were made and empires were built and torn down. One Tulsa oil baron of the early 20th century may have been viewed as a hero, but somehow he left a legacy of chilling hauntings behind. And our very own Diana may have encountered one of them.She shares her story on this special decaversary episode of Homespun Haints.For full show notes, visit https://homespunhaints.com/teleporting-with-toilets-or-how-we-found-trans-dimensional-portalsSupport the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
When you look into the rivers, lakes, and streams near your home, what do you see lurking in the waters? Can water really carry the memories of the dead, and amplify their voices? Today, on the H Files, we’ll talk about some strange things in the Tennessee Appalachians that wander the banks of the waterways and lurk under the surface of its lakes. Would you swim in these waters, knowing what lies beneath? For full episode show notes with references, visit https://homespunhaints.com/haunted-waters-of-the-holston-riverSupport the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
Every city has its tragedies. Some are recent and present in our minds. Some sit in the distant past, mostly forgotten to us as we hustle along the streets to our jobs or our tourist destinations. Whether forgotten or not, these tragedies, these pieces of micro-history nestled within the alleyways or along the sidewalks, shape and mold the very fabric of the city itself. If you stop to look and listen, sometimes you can see how those events changed the place around you. If you stay long enough, you may even hear, see, or feel the ghosts of those who perished in those tragedies, whispering warnings, or trying, desperately, to figure out what went wrong. In this episode, we speak with Andrea, a business owner who got more than she bargained for when she signed a lease for a new storefront with a tragic past.Want to hear more from Andrea?Check out our Andrea's podcasts Podcast Envy and The Creative Imposter, both available at thecreativeimpostor.com. And be sure to follow Andrea on Instagram @thecreativeimpostor.For complete show notes to this episode, please visit https://homespunhaints.com/the-confused-spirits-of-a-chicago-walk-upSupport the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
When I was a child, my mother told me that cemeteries were less haunted than anywhere else, because the souls in a cemetery are at rest. But are they?I’ve since learned that cemeteries, indeed, can be quite haunted. Particularly those cemeteries where every single dead resident has reason to be angry with the living.On this H Files episode, we look at one particular place, right here in America, that claims some of the most bizarre hauntings you’ve probably ever heard of. Today, on Homespun Haints.For show notes and references, please visit https://homespunhaints.com/the-most-haunted-cemeterySupport the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
If you grew up in a haunted house, would you think it’s possible that something from your childhood home was still, somehow, with you? What if you continued to encounter something…unexplainable…at night, on a regular basis, years and years later? Could it be the strange playmates you had from your childhood, just wanting to hang out? Or could it be something a bit more sinister?Today, on Homespun Haints, we talk to Shaun, who’s had a series of strange events plague him since childhood. We’ll let you decide if they’re all random coincidences, or if they’re all, somehow, related. With guest Shaun Nigro, Co-host of The Writer's Block Podcast and co-founder of 8 Sparks Media. Find out more at https://www.8sparksmedia.com/ and also check out his newest book, Koala Celebrates Songkran.Support the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary...How many times did you have to say it before you saw her? She's just an urban legend, so why do we still get creeped out when we are alone at night, in the dark, and we can't hold our own gaze in the mirror? Even though many of us summoned her as tweens, egged on by the daring or mean girls in our group, she never actually popped out of the mirror to get us...but......something...happened. What if Bloody Mary does exist, within the neuroanatomy of our very own brains? Join us as we learn about how our brains manifest and reveal the monster within, today, on the H-files, brought to you by Homespun Haints!For references and more information, please see our show notes at https://homespunhaints.com/have-you-seen-a-face-in-the-mirror-that-is-not-your-ownSupport the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
How would you respond if you wandered through a cemetery and heard screams coming from a grave? Or if you knew something was following you into every place you ever lived? What if this sort of thing was just a normal part of your life?For medium, author, and podcaster Emily Davis, helping others by interacting with those things that most of us cannot see has become part of her profession. That’s not to say she hasn’t had some truly terrifying experiences.On today's episode, we chat with Emily, learn some things about our own ghosts, and laugh and shiver through her frightening stories.Want to learn more about our guest Emily Davis or reach out to her directly?Links to Emily's book, her podcast, and her metaphysical services are on her website athttps://www.damselnomore.com/Emily's coaching FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/masteryourmagicFollow Emily on IG: @likerofwordsSupport the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
The woods of New Jersey are filled with many living things. And, many dead things as well. We still don’t know exactly what it was that Emma Kay found in the woods a few summers ago. But we’d like to know if you can solve the mystery. Today, we talk to Emma Kay, comedian and podcaster, who tells us two very strange stories that have left us scratching our heads in wonder.For full show notes, visit homespunhaints.com/the-things-in-the-woods-episode36To follow Emma Kay, please check out her Facebook page at facebook.com/emmakaycomedySupport the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
Every town has its ghost story, and today we speak with a woman who looks for those local legends and folklore, and explores the places where the legends took place. Meet Miranda Young, Ghost Biker, paranormal investigator and founder of Ghost Biker Investigations.In this episode, we sit down with Miranda as she tells us of the time she investigated a home containing a bathtub where something very nefarious took place. It ties in with a local, grisly legend that co-host Becky grew up hearing. And, the investigation took a much more sinister turn than Miranda could ever have imagined.For full show notes, visit homespunhaints.com/the-bathtub-of-bones-episode35To watch Miranda's investigations, visit www.GhostBikerExplorations.comSupport the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
Would you spend the night in a haunted jail? Or in a home on the anniversary of a bloody shootout, where bullet holes still graced the walls? Or how about in a Civil War hospital?Meet Kristy Sumner of Soul Sisters Paranormal, who, along with her team, seek out these haunted spots in America and spend the night with the ghosts. She certainly has some stories to tell, today, on Homespun Haints. For more information on Soul Sisters Paranormal, visit soulsistersparanormal.com.For full show notes, please visit homespunhaints.com/ghosts-on-camera-episode34Support the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
Featuring Adam Macias, comedian, musician, and podcaster. Adam tells us some hilarious yet creepy stories of a ghost that steals random things from him while scurrying around his bed at night.Want to hear more from Adam? Check out his podcast at https://www.fingergunscomedy.com and while you're at it, follow his Insta profiles: @smoochband69 (for his comedy improv music duo Smooch), @gofingerguns (for the podcast) and @adamrmac.For full show notes, please check out our site at homespunhaints.com.Support the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
Did you ever go to a sleepaway camp when you were a kid? Stay in a cabin or a tent in the woods, go horseback riding during the day, and tell spooky ghost stories around the campfire at night?Did you ever wonder what your counselors did after you went to sleep? Because, you know that there were ghosts in those woods. And someone—like your brave camp counselor—had to keep those ghosts from bugging you while you slept.Today, on Homespun Haints, we talk to Emily, who had serve as a buffer between her little campers and some very sinister entities, deep in the Michigan woods.For episode show notes, please visit https://homespunhaints.com/ghost-in-haunted-michigan-woods-episode32Support the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
Moving to a new country is hard. Moving into a new home with a new baby in a new country is even harder. But dealing with an old ghost in a new home with a new baby in a new country—well, that's a story worth remembering.In this episode, we chat with Breanda in Brisbane, New South Wales, who recalls the time that she and her new family lived alongside some older, dead residents.To find out more about our guest Breanda, check out her podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fast-fiction/id1373598278For show notes, please visit homespunhaints.com/episode31Support the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
If you lived in a haunted house for a brief time as a child, your spooky paranormal encounters probably began to fade from your mind as soon as you moved out of the house.But you have a life to move on with.What if something—or someONE—is still there, lurking in the darkness, just waiting for you to return?Listen now as our very own host, Becky, tells the story of the one that still waits for her, today on Homespun Haints.For full show notes, visit homespunhaints.com/episode30Support the show (https://patreon.com/homespunhaints)
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