Jan 18, 2015
Octagon Hall in Franklin, Kentucky has the distinction of being the most unique house in the state of Kentucky. An octagon shaped home is a rarity, there are only four in America, but this Antebellum home is mysterious and distinct for more reasons that just its shape. Octagon Hall and the entire property that makes up the plantation it was built upon, survived the Civil War and occupation by the Union Army. But something else survives here as well. This Kentuckian historical landmark transforms ever Autumn into a haunted house attraction that really is reportedly haunted. Join Diane and Denise as they share the history, hauntings and make fun of some of the paranormal shows out there...Naked Ghost Hunting...really? Moment in Oddity features a weird number of coincidences surrounding the film, "The Girl From Petrovka" and This Day in History features Captain Cook's discovery of Hawai'i and his ultimate demise.
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Show notes and video can be found here: http://historygoesbump.blogspot.com/2015/01/hgb-podcast-22-octagon-hall.html