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History Goes Bump: Ghost Tours For The Mind

Ghost tours for the theater of the mind! Join Diane as she explores the haunted history of locations, people and events. Each episode features a Moment in Oddity and This Month in History segment. Join us for chills and you might even learn something!

Sep 20, 2022

Doctors swear an oath to do no harm. Dr. Hawley Harvey Crippen may have broken that oath after starting an affair and killing his wife. Did he commit the crime for which he was hanged? Murders tend to leave spiritual residue and his old residence seems to have some kind of imprint left upon it. Join me as I share about...


Sep 6, 2022

Serial killers have long fascinated true crime enthusiasts. We wonder what drives a human to hunt other humans. Is there really a compulsion there? A visceral need? Or do some serial killers just do it purely for the pleasure? The first recorded serial killers in America seemed to have a real bloodlust and they were...


Aug 23, 2022

This episode is an introduction to Phantasmal Crime, offering up the tragic shooting of three people during World War I and the haunting left in its wake because of a curse on the murderer. The story was related by detective, international spy and writer Edwin T. Woodhall. 

Intro and Outro music: Bad Players - Licensed...


Mar 11, 2021

Herb Baumeister was an entrepreneur who founded the successful Sav-A-Lot thrift stores, but beneath that successful veneer, he was also something quite sinister. He was suspected in the murders of at least sixteen men and more than likely, many more. His nickname became the I-70 Strangler. His home was Fox Hollow Farm...


Oct 29, 2020

Jack the Ripper. That name can cause one's blood to run cold. No serial killer is as famous as Jack the Ripper. This killer was unique in that he seemed to be the first who reveled in provoking the police. The area where these crimes were committed, Whitechapel, would hold onto its infamous reputation. On this episode...