- December 16, 2016
Clint Granberry of OK Talk Show joins me to talk about the Hotel Galvez in Galveston, Texas.
It has a fascinating history that includes curses, pirates, mobsters, murders and suicides. Opened in 1911, it has stood as a beacon on the Gulf of Mexico, and is part of the Historic Hotels of America program. It is rumored to be extremely haunted, and Clint has experienced the high-strangeness first hand.
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Here is Clint’s taped-live investigation.
And these are the recommended episodes of OK Talk Clint mentioned….on the Galvez, and Sasquattle…
The Heavy Hand of the Velvet Glove
Devil’s Creek – An American Horror Story
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This was a really interesting episode – I recently finished binge-watching The Sopranos and have been interested in the history of the mob in America.
Shannon, thank you for the links that you post to your guests’ websites and podcasts – they’re a terrific source of additional information. In today’s era of laziness, where it’s virtually unheard of for terrestrial radio DJs even to give the names of songs and artists, I very much appreciate the extra time you take to post these very thorough synopses of episodes and additional info that my be of interest to listeners. I’ve started subscribing to Clint’s OK Talk Show after listening to this ITF episode. I hope other podcast hosts are as thoughtful with posting links to ITF when you appear on their shows.