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Author: Tegan Dawson

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Small Towns Big Stories. Inspired by the Haunted Hills, a place where the hills rumble and cows won't stay, in Gippsland Victoria. Our show is named after these hills but will share stories of other small towns their history, crime and paranormal.
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Firstly the reason these stories are important to me is that ghosts were people once.It’s fascinating to learn about how they lived what they did.Their presence gives us a glimpse into the lives of regular people in these towns.You don’t have to believe in ghosts to enjoy the narrative.Not all spectres are fearsome and angry, some want to communicate, after all, they were people.It’s not as though death steals our humanity usually the circumstances of life or choices we make do that.That's a different kind of story that haunts me.
9. Traralgon True Crime

9. Traralgon True Crime

2020-06-2101:05:06

Before I get into it, I do feel the need to tell you there are two crimes against children. Section to skip if you want -   at about 39:57 minutes until 00.54.51 minutes.  I avoid any gory or horrific information of any crime while ensuring the idea is conveyed. Let’s investigate what kind of criminals come from a roadside hamlet.  Do Traralgon’s criminals have energy, perseverance and persistence like the townsfolk? In the live stream, the listeners had three contenders for the death penalty case, and today finally, all is revealed.  On Patreon is the continuation of the crimes for Traralgon. www.patreon.com/hauntedhills https://www.hauntedhillstours.com.au/crime 
8. Traralgon History

8. Traralgon History

2020-06-0729:42

As with all good historical tales,you might meet the butcher, baker, and candlestick maker, a nurse, rail worker and a bootmaker. I like to focus on the people because the town creates commonality between the people,building relationships through the need for products, services and industry. The people make the town.  Traralgon started as a roadside hamlet. many of these types of towns do not exist today.So what separated Traralgon from the rest?The creation with energy,perseverance and bravery. For more information check out this link: Traralgon History information
 In the first-ever podcast, Tegan Dawson, previous tour guide and owner of Haunted Hills Tours, divulges the narrative of the Haunted Hills. It is a place that exists, in Central Gippsland, in the Latrobe City Council between Morwell and Moe. Below the ghost town or now the mine that was Yallourn. Don't worry if none of this sounds familiar. You will feel like a local in no time - confused and slightly mad of the back alley stories from the small town with big stories the Haunted Hills. Leave us a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/HauntedHills For more details about this episode: https://www.hauntedhillstours.com.au/events/event/haunted-hills-episode/  SMALL TOWNS BIG STORIES  Enhance your listening experience:https://www.patreon.com/Hauntedhills Our website:https://www.hauntedhillstours.com.au  Share a story tip or idea:https://www.hauntedhillstours.com.au/share-your-story-with-haunted-hills/   (Updated to add more music and sound)
Tegan Dawson, is your ghost whisperer for this episode sharing the ghost stories from the Brown Coal Mine, which is known as Yallourn North. It’s a small town, not a ghost town. Leave us a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/HauntedHills For more content:www.hauntedhillstours.com.au/ghost-tour-brown-coal-mine/ www.hauntedhillstours.com.au/exclusive-content-4-script-brown-coal-mine-ghost/  Firstly the reason these stories are important to me is that ghosts were people once. It’s fascinating to learn about how they lived what they did. Their presence gives us a glimpse into the lives of regular people in these towns. You don’t have to believe in ghosts to enjoy the narrative.  Not all spectres are fearsome and angry,some want to communicate, after all, they were people. It’s not as though death steals our humanity usually the circumstances of life or choices we make do that. That's a different kind of story that haunts me. Many of the residents would not accept there are haunted locations in town. They chalk up the odd experiences up to pranksters. One prank which many a young drunk person engaged on their way home from the pub was called “roof rocking”.  It is just as it sounds, throwing rocks at people’s roofs.
7 Rosedale Ghost

7 Rosedale Ghost

2020-05-2335:22

Leave us a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/HauntedHills Death was a constant companion out here, they died in all manner of ways, some peaceful but not willing to leave after all that work after carving out their place in Rosedale, making it a home. Leaving many spirits in its wake. For more information check out our website: https://www.hauntedhillstours.com.au/events/event/7-rosedale-ghost-episode/
6. Rosedale Crime

6. Rosedale Crime

2020-05-0931:07

The gold from Rosedale stopped over on its way from the goldfields of Walhalla, Victoria.As a result, some locals think the banks were robbed frequently. This episode investigates those claims and more including gun crimes, assault, obscene language, horse crimes and more.  Leave us a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/HauntedHills Episode 6 Rosedale Crime episode details On Patreon, you can find more Rosedale True Crime Stories. Enhance your listening experience:Haunted Hills on Patreon SMALL TOWNS BIG STORIES  Our website  Share your story ideas for Haunted Hills either by speaking or writing: 
5. Rosedale History

5. Rosedale History

2020-04-2528:25

In this episode, your host Tegan Dawson shares the history of Rosedale. Leave us a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/HauntedHills As with all good historical tales, you might meet the butcher, baker, and candlestick maker, the freemasons, nightman, blacksmiths and volunteers. The town is chockablock of personalities, who lived there forever or passed by adding to the complex small town tapestry.  I like to focus on the people because the town creates commonality between the people, building relationships through the need for products, services and industry.  The people make the town. 
Leave us a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/HauntedHills Yallourn North had a wide variety of criminals. Many are unknown.Some were more akin to slapstick comedians, and some are serious villains.Even so, no citizen of the Brown Coal Mine ever received a death sentence.Rumour has it some of the Kelly gang spent time in the hills around Yallourn North while hiding from the police.It is never proven, just a legend. Discover the true crimes of this small town by listening to this episode. For more information follow this link.
Leave us a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/HauntedHillsThe second episode of the Haunted Hills podcast, in this episode Tegan Dawson narrates the history of the Brown Coal Mine a small town with big stories. In this podcast, you’ll meet the butcher, baker, maybe the candlestick maker, the healers, everyday heroes, and many many others. The town is chockablock of personalities, who lived entire lives here or passed by adding to the complex small town tapestry.Thank you to all the people from Yallourn North who shared their families stories although you will probably hear some stories you hadn’t before too. It’s so great the locals shared their stories because their past reveals what the town was.If you’re in the local area, explore the Brown Coal Mine History Podcast on location! If you have the nerve.
Haunted Hills is a podcast obsessed with small towns. Tegan Dawson the host grew up in a small town, or two - the house she lived in was from Yallourn - a town that did not exist anymore and caught her young imagination. Each town is explored through the people, history, crime, paranormal and legends. What does that say about the vibe of the town?  Haunted Hills has caught the bug, as long as Tegan has been researching the local area, she has not really understood people's fascination with Yallourn. Well, she does now. And for the next lot of bonus episodes, they will be working to creating an audiobook about Yallourn. A lot has been said, but it hasn't been viewed with impacts of the people. That's the Haunted Hills difference. You can sign up on Patreon.com/hauntedhills the more support there the faster episodes will come out even the free episodes. We really are obsessed with small towns. What's with the name?The Haunted Hills is a place where the hills rumble and cows won’t stay - it inspires us. The show is named after these hills as well as the first podcast. Then there are more stories of other small towns starting in Gippsland Victoria Australia. Featuring their history, crime and Paranormal. With the magic of technology, we can cover nearly any small town anywhere. All we need is an internet connection and the astral plane. In 2015, I started telling the first lot of these stories as location-based tours. In Yallourn North,  Rosedale and Traralgon. Anyone can download a podcast where ever they are, or if they have the nerve to listen on location. Leave us a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/HauntedHills Our website - Haunted Hills Support us on Patreon and join the fun - free sign up until 31 March 2020. Patreon Haunted Hills  
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