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- October 28, 2016
Shannon invites Steve Stockton and Sysco Murdoch on for a creepy story-packed Halloween episode. They are both very knowledgeable on esoteric topics and have their own stories to share.
Steve and Sysco both have personal experiences that go back to when they were both very young. Their upbringings were very different, but these encounters changed their perception of the world around them, and keeps them searching to this day.
We talk superstitions that include calendars, dew poisoning, hats and thunderstorms, empathic abilities, Ouija Boards, vampires, missing people and time, Robert Guffey’s books, tarot cards and a few personal stories from both Steve and Sysco.
Steve shares on a disappearing child, his own black-eyed kids encounter in the 90’s, a haunting by someone who wasn’t dead, and a creepy cheerleaders in the graveyard tale.
Sysco tells of what many have thought of as a witch standing in her yard…and this is a woman no one else could see, civil war ghosts…and amazingly, Sysco’s own son seems to have narrowly missed becoming part of a Missing 411 book.
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Featured photo by Shannon, taken in the Granary Burying Ground in Boston, Mass.