Talking Haunted Hospitals with Mark Leslie

Episode 56: On this episode, Canadian fiction and non-fiction wrtier, Mark Leslie joins me to talk about stories from the book he co-authored with Rhonda Parrish, Haunted Hospitals: Eerie Tales About Hospitals, Sanatoriums, and Other Institutions. Mark talked about what prompted him and Rhonda to write the book, to include some stories that were shared by Rhonda about the Charles Camsell Hospital, an abandoned hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. We also talked about many other interesting locations, to include Waverly Hills, Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Pennhurst, a story about the Linda Vista Community Hospital and much more. Mark also talks about the reasons he believes hospitals and abandoned hospitals, are rife for hauntings.

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Music by: Sergey Cheremisinov

Railroad & WWII Hauntings with Matthew Swayne

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Episode 55: On this episode, Matthew Swayne comes back on the show to talk about some fascinating and eerie haunted stories from his Haunted Rails and Haunted World War II books. He covered stories about haunted rail stations, haunted trains and haunted museums, to include the infamous Abraham Lincoln Ghost Train and why railroad locations are good recipe for hauntings. He also talked about a few very interesting haunted stories surrounding World War II, to include the story of the Ghost Admiral who gives boy scout troops a tour of the USS Lexington, a spirit-sailor who keeps watch over Pearl Harbor and a few others. Matthew is a research writer and has written several books on various haunted subjects.

Music by: Sergey Cheremisinov