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Episode 105 - The Haunted Town of Tombstone The United States town of Tombstone in Arizona is iconic in the lore of the wild west.  It is known world wide due to its lawless past, and this attracted writers and movie makers for years.  But Tombstone is more than just a title of a movie.  Due to its turbulent history, Tombstone is considered to be one of the most haunted places of the old west.
 
Welcome to Episode 105 - The Haunted Town of Tombstone
 

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Snippet of Episode 25 - Ed and Lorraine Warren, Paranormal Investigators and Cultural Phenomena Tune in to hear this audio snippet of episode #25 of the Horrifying History Podcast. When it comes to the world of the paranormal, there are two people who stand out - Ed and Lorraine Warren.  Ed was a self-taught demonologist who met a lovely young psychic named Lorraine. Together, they became two of the most well-known paranormal investigators in the world.
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Episode 105 - The Haunted Town of Tombstone The United States town of Tombstone in Arizona is iconic in the lore of the wild west.  It is known world wide due to its lawless past, and this attracted writers and movie makers for years.  But Tombstone is more than just a title of a movie.  Due to its turbulent history, Tombstone is considered to be one of the most haunted places of the old west.
 
Welcome to Episode 105 - The Haunted Town of Tombstone
 

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Horrifying History would like to thank the following sponsors for this episode:
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Horrifying History is part of the Darkcast Network.  Check out their other amazing podcasts at www.darkcastnetwork.wixsite.com
Episode 104 - The Cecil Hotel For some, staying in a hotel is a necessity for work. For others it is getting away from home to see and experience new things, while having a safe place to lay their head at night. But there are very few hotels that fall into the category that the Cecil Hotel is in. This hotel in downtown Los Angeles that was built to be a destination for business travellers and tourists is best known as a hotbed of death.
 


As a heads up my dear listeners…today we will be talking about the deaths of people of all ages, along with suicide. Listener discretion is advised.
 


Welcome to Episode 104 - The Cecil Hotel
 


If you would like to watch the video of Elisa Lam discussed in this episode; you will find the video and more information concerning her death at this link:


https://www.popsugar.com/entertainment/elisa-lam-elevator-video-from-cecil-hotel-48128799
 

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Episode 103 - The Murder of the Black Dahlia There is one unsolved murder that was so gruesome and memorable that even though it happened in 1947 - it is still talked about today.  It is still a topic of intrigue, and is the subject of books, tv shows, and movies.  This death of a beautiful 22 year old woman is often said to be one of the most famous unsolved cases in American history.
A heads up my dear listeners…today will will be talking about murder and graphic crime scenes.  Listener discretion is advised.  
 
Welcome to Episode 103 - The Murder of the Black Dahlia.
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She Podcasts Live - If you are thinking or starting a podcast or want to take your show to the next level; go to She Podcasts Live where you can get the insider tips on how to make your show the best it can be.  Get your ticket at www.shepodcastslive.com for this October 11 - 14, 2022 event for $50 off using promo code HH.
Tidewater Sandals: If you want footwear that is fashionable, and comfortable - Tidewater Sandals is for you!  There are styles for everyone, and if you are a teacher you get a discount all year around.  But for our listeners, you can get 20% off your purchase if you enter promo code SPOOKY when you check out at www.tidewatersandals.com
 
Horrifying History is part of the Darkcast Network.  Check out their other amazing podcasts at www.darkcastnetwork.wixsite.com
Bonus Episode 29 - The Curious Death of Vincent Van Gogh Art is said to be subjective.  It is based on the personal feelings and emotions that the artist felt at the time they created a work.  It is a way for artists to express themselves through their work.  
Not all artists become famous, while others enjoy great success throughout their lifetime.  Others on the other hand never get to see their success, and this was the case when it came to Vincent Van Gogh.  After his death, he became one of the most famous and influential artists in art history. 
But Vincent’s life was not a happy one.  During his lifetime he was not commercially successful, and he struggled in poverty.  This lead to depression, and mental health issues.  Due to his struggles, Vincent died from suicide at the age of 37…or did he?
Now my dear listeners…I want to give you a heads up here.  We will be talking about mental health, self injury, and suicide in this episode.  Listener discretion is advised.  
 
Welcome to Bonus Episode 29 - The Curious Death of Vincent Van Gogh.
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She Podcasts Live - If you are thinking or starting a podcast or want to take your show to the next level; go to She Podcasts Live where you can get the insider tips on how to make your show the best it can be.  Get your ticket at www.shepodcastslive.com for this October 11 - 14, 2022 event for $50 off using promo code HH.
Tidewater Sandals: If you want footwear that is fashionable, and comfortable - Tidewater Sandals is for you!  There are styles for everyone, and if you are a teacher you get a discount all year around.  But for our listeners, you can get 20% off your purchase if you enter promo code SPOOKY when you check out at www.tidewatersandals.com
 
Horrifying History is part of the Darkcast Network.  Check out their other amazing podcasts at www.darkcastnetwork.wixsite.com
Episode 102 - The Eerie Case of the Watcher Buying a house is a big decision, and people do it for different reasons.  Some people buy for investment purposes, but many just want a place to call their own.  People who are buying a new home all have something in common.  They want a stable and safe environment for themselves and their family members.  But for the people who purchased their dream home at 657 Boulevard in Westfield, New Jersey in the United States - what they got was terror.
 
Welcome to Episode 102 - The Eerie Case of the Watcher.
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She Podcasts Live - If you are thinking or starting a podcast or want to take your show to the next level; go to She Podcasts Live where you can get the insider tips on how to make your show the best it can be.  Get your ticket at www.shepodcastslive.com for this October 11 - 14, 2022 event for $50 off using promo code HH.
Tidewater Sandals: If you want footwear that is fashionable, and comfortable - Tidewater Sandals is for you!  There are styles for everyone, and if you are a teacher you get a discount all year around.  But for our listeners, you can get 20% off your purchase if you enter promo code SPOOKY when you check out at www.tidewatersandals.com
 
Horrifying History is part of the Darkcast Network.  Check out their other amazing podcasts at www.darkcastnetwork.wixsite.com
Episode 101 - The Radium Girls When people go to work, they expect to be safe.  Sadly, that is not always the truth.  Workplaces accidents happen, but sometimes employers ignore things that create risk.
A great example of this was my uncle.  He worked for a company driving and working with heavy equipment at a work site for many years.  But what he didn’t know was that the buildings on his worksite were contaminated with exposed asbestos.  He and many of his co-workers developed cancer, and passed away.  His employer eventually recognized their fault, and settled with the victims families. 
Now imagine for a moment that you were a female who worked in the early 20th century.  Imagine your employer knew what they were doing all along when they decided to lie to you, and put you in a direct line towards death.
 
Welcome to Episode 101 - The Radium Girls
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Episode 100 - The Collar Bomb Bank Robbery Through the years, the little tasks that we have to do evolves with time and technology.  We don’t have to go to the grocery store any longer with grocery delivery or meal preparations services.  We don’t have to vacuum our floors, since we can now get a robot vacuum that can do it.  But the one thing I don’t miss is going to the bank.
For me, going to the bank is the worst.  Standing in line for what seems to be hours versus using an app?  In my mind there is no contest.  Think of all the time we save by using banking apps.  But as you know; sometimes you still have to go to the bank, and for a pizza delivery man from the United States - going to the PNC Bank resulted in his death.
 
Welcome to Episode 100 - The Collar Bomb Bank Robbery
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Bonus Episode 28 - Deja Vu and Time Loops In 1993, a movie staring Bill Murray was released called Groundhog Day.  In this film, a bitter and cynical TV weatherman played by Murray goes to a small town to film a report about their annual Groundhog Day celebrations.  Soon after arriving, he finds himself living the same day over and over again.  Originally this situation makes him frustrated and angry, but soon he starts seeing how reliving events could be to his advantage.
Now this is just a Hollywood tale, but if you ask anyone if they had deja vu - they would likely say they have.  But imagine for a minute if a feeling of deja vu went longer than just a moment.  Imagine if it just kept going on and on.  
 
Welcome to Bonus Episode 28 - Deja Vu and Time Loops
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Horrifying History is part of the Darkcast Network.  Check out their other amazing podcasts at www.darkcastnetwork.wixsite.com
Episode 99 - The Falcon Lake Incident We have received many requests asking for us to do a show on aliens, and so far we have not done it yet.  Why?  Many of the tales about UFO’s are more current, and well…we are a show about spooky history.  But then we tripped upon an incident that is considered to be one of the best documented UFO cases ever.  It happened in in 1967, and it happened in my own country.
 
Welcome to Episode 99 - The Falcon Lake Incident
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