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We are currently on a break, but let us know if you like our Talking Ghosts episodes and we will look to make some more. --- Short paranormal stories, some based on fact but others are pure fiction. Ranging from scary stories to spooky yet heart warming encounters, Ghost Stories the podcast will continually have you asking yourself: 'Do you believe in ghosts?' For the best experience we recommend using headphones! Follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/GhostStoriesthePodcast/) and s ...
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Listen to the How Haunted? Podcast, and allow author, ghost hunter, and paranormal historian Rob Kirkup to be your guide. Each episode sees us explore one of the most haunted places across the UK, as well as the occasional trip to some of the scariest places on Planet Earth. We will look in depth at the, often dark and troubled, history of each location, and the chilling ghost stories. There will also be special follow-up episodes where Rob conducts paranormal investigations at some of these ...
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The Ghost Turd Stories Podcast was born out of a place of grief. Having lost my best friend from the Marine Corps in the early hours of 2023, I realized that this feeling was all too familiar. I wanted to do something, not only for the loss I felt, but for the loss I knew many families were enduring day to day. We believe that a major way to relieve the stressors of life is to talk, laugh, cry, and share our experiences without fear of offense. We hope to attract veterans and first responder ...
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This time you join me, once again, at one of the best known prehistoric sites in Britain, dating back around 4600 years, and containing the largest megalithic stone circle in the world. So large in fact, that today is has a village within it. Emma from the Weird Wiltshire blog joins me once again, so lets’ ask together once more, just how haunted i…
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Mark served in the active Army and Army Reserves for a total of ten years before joining the Marine Corps. He served in many leadership roles including being my first platoon sergeant when I entered the fleet Marine force in 1998. Mark did several deployments including peacetime and combat. Mark retired from the Marine Corps in 2008 as a staff serg…
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Mark served in the active Army and Army Reserves for a total of ten years before joining the Marine Corps. He served in many leadership roles including being my first platoon sergeant when I entered the fleet Marine force in 1998. Mark did several deployments including peacetime and combat. Mark retired from the Marine Corps in 2008 as a staff serg…
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This time you join me at one of the best known prehistoric sites in Britain, containing the largest megalithic stone circle in the world. This location is as mysterious, as it is historic, and with the summer solstice on the horizon, let’s deep dive into this location, and seek to find the ghosts that lurk here. Lets’ ask together, just how haunted…
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Abe served in the National Guard from 2002 to 2013. He was a crew mechanic for the Apache helicopter and served one combat tour in Afghanistan in that capacity in 2004 and 2005. Abe joined the National Guard after September 11th, 2001 because of his sense of patriotism. Abe is now a teacher and a civilian pilot and lives with his family in Utah. If…
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Originally released for Patreons in July 2023 I hope you enjoy this very special episode. A tourist attraction in the heart of one of the scariest cities anywhere on earth, offering frightening fun to families who enjoy ghoulish and gory stories told by actors made up as characters from this city’s dark past. When the public have gone home, and thi…
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Jake served in the Marine Corps Infantry from 2005 to 2009. He joined the Marines instead of playing collegiate soccer because of what he saw on September 11, 2001. He did two combat tours to Iraq before being honorably discharged after four years. If you are interested in having your story written, visit linktr.ee/ghostturdstories and select the '…
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This time we return to Derby Gaol, a site of murder, suicide, executions, disease, suffering and despair. I continue by conversation with Richard Felix, and he tells me of an unbelievable occurrence he had at Halloween in front of a group of onlookers. This remarkable display of poltergeist activity was actually filmed by CCTV as well as one of tho…
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Jake served in the Marine Corps Infantry from 2005 to 2009. He joined the Marines instead of playing collegiate soccer because of what he saw on September 11, 2001. He did two combat tours to Iraq before being honorably discharged after four years. If you are interested in having your story written, visit linktr.ee/ghostturdstories and select the '…
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In the 21st Patreon bonus podcast you join me once again in the incredible city of York, and this time we spend a night at the original Treasurer’s House. A building dating back to 1080, built on the site of a roman fort. But what would happen when my team and I stepped foot inside this award-winning hotel after dark, and attempted to make contact …
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Kevin Greene joined the Marine Corps in 2005 in the delayed entry program but went to boot camp in 2006 to go to war. In four short years, Kevin did two combat deployments to Iraq and one combat deployment to Afghanistan, where he volunteered to cross over to a different battalion to help boost their numbers. After four selfless years in the Marine…
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This time out you join me in the city of Derby which is apparently the best place in the world to drink real ale, it’s the home of Rolls Royce, as well, of course, this episode’s location. Dating back to 1756 this place witnessed the very worst of humanity, and as a result it believed to be home to all manner of things that go bump in the night. Le…
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Zach Hamilton joined the Navy in November of 2004. After tenth weeks of boot camp in Great Lakes, Illinois, he attended Hull Technician Basic Fireman School for four months. He then attended Detainee Operations Specialist School and three months of Advanced Infantry Training in Camp McGregor, after which his unit conducted detainee operations durin…
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This time you join me in the remote Northumberland countryside, and I literally mean join me, as I recorded this episode on location at the site of the bloodiest battle in the history of England. This loss of life, a little over 500 years ago, appears to have left its mark on this land, as the sights and sounds of battle, and of death, are experien…
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Chris joined the Marine Corps in 2002 because he had been curious about the military since he was a little boy and had dreams of living a Spartan lifestyle. He served in the Marine Corps infantry in various roles including a fire team leader, platoon commander, and company commander. In 2018, after 16 years of service, Chris left the Marines as a M…
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In the 20th Patreon bonus podcast you join me on location at a 14th century pele tower in Northumberland, constructed during uncertain times when England was at war with Scotland, and being so close to the border required this tower to be fortified. But what would happen when, all alone, I stepped foot inside this tower? Would I hear the footsteps …
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Originally released for Patreons in June 2023 I hope you enjoy this very special episode. A grand estate built around a house built in 1693, and destroyed by fire in 1977 is said to be the haunt of shadowy figures belonging to those who knew the building so well in life. The stable block, added in 1811, is one of the more active areas. Why this is …
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Troy Gent talks about what he has done for work after separating from the Marine Corps a second time. This episode is hosted by Troy Gent's daughter Rebecca who also edits and publishes the podcast. If you are interested in having your story written, visit linktr.ee/ghostturdstories and select the 'Let us write your story!" tab to find all inquiry …
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This time you join me for the final part of our trilogy of episodes situated in Ireland, as we visit a further ten locations in this wonderfully scary county, with stops along our ghost trail including a fort, a castle, a stone circle, a hotel, a cathedral, and even a petrol station. Let's ask together for the third, and final time, just how haunte…
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Troy Gent talks about his experience with the VA and what it was like to raise a family on base and in the military. This episode is hosted by Troy Gent's daughter Rebecca who also edits and publishes the podcast. If you are interested in having your story written, visit linktr.ee/ghostturdstories and select the 'Let us write your story!" tab to fi…
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Eric joined the Marine Corps in August of 2002 because he wanted to continue the tradition of his family and their service in the military. When the September 11th terrorist attacks happened in 2001, the deal was sealed and he signed up. After thirteen weeks of boot camp, he spent forty-five days in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri training to become a …
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This time out you join me for part two of our trilogy of episodes situated in Ireland, this time we visit a further twelve locations in this most picturesque, yet terrifying, of counties, with stops along our ghost trail including a school, an asylum, a gaol, and if you need a pint of Guiness, or something stronger, to calm your nerves you’ll be pl…
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Chris joined the Marine Corps and became an 0311 in 1995. He served for over twenty-two years as an infantryman on active duty. Chris did five combat deployments and six noncombat deployments during his career and served in various roles from rifleman to company gunnery sergeant and platoon commander. Chris's favorite part about being a Marine was …
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In the 19th Patreon bonus podcast you join me as I investigate a building dating from 1825, which is today the largest independent library outside of London. This was the first public building lit by an electric lightbulb and in 1830 a mummy from Egypt was unwrapped right here. But what would happen when, joined by fellow Geordie podcaster, Icy Sed…
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Originally released for Patreons in May 2023 I hope you enjoy this very special episode. A popular holiday park built around a 13th century castle. This is not your typical location for a paranormal investigation, a holiday park full of luxury caravans and holiday makers spending their weekends boating on the lake, or playing on the arcades and fru…
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Jocelyn served in the U. S. Navy for 12 years and was honorably discharged as an E6 or Petty Officer First Class. If you are interested in having your story written, visit linktr.ee/ghostturdstories and select the 'Let us write your story!" tab to find all inquiry and pricing information. To learn more about Isagenix, visit nmp.isagenix.com…
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This time out we begin an epic trilogy of episodes in which we’ll head to Ireland and I will lead you across a county as haunted as it is beautiful, and in total we will visit no fewer than 26 places of considerable interest, with locations as varied as castles, an asylum, pubs, churches and cathedrals, a school, and even a river and a lake. And be…
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Mike served as an enlisted US Marine from 1995 to 1999. After he was honorably discharged, he became a firefighter and has served his community for several years. If you are interested in having your story written, visit linktr.ee/ghostturdstories and select the 'Let us write your story!" tab to find all inquiry and pricing information. To learn mo…
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Part two interview with Tim Brewer discussing his years as a police officer and post service. If you are interested in having your story written, visit linktr.ee/ghostturdstories and select the 'Let us write your story!" tab to find all inquiry and pricing information. To learn more about Isagenix, visit nmp.isagenix.com Follow Tim Brewer on Instag…
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This time out I answer questions from listeners, including: Do I get scared on investigations? What location or story first piqued my interest in the pararnormal? What is my favourite episode so far, and what do I have lined up in the future? Support How Haunted? by subscribing and leaving a review. You can become a Patreon for as little as £1 a mo…
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Part one interview with Tim Brewer discussing his years as a drill instructor in the Marine Corps. If you are interested in having your story written, visit linktr.ee/ghostturdstories and select the 'Let us write your story!" tab to find all inquiry and pricing information. To learn more about Isagenix, visit nmp.isagenix.com Follow Tim's Instagram…
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Bedtime Stories, Part 1 & 2 were hosted by Rebecca Gent who grew up hearing many of the stories that have inspired The Ghost Turd Stories Podcast. If you are interested in having your story written, visit linktr.ee/ghostturdstories and select the 'Let us write your story!" tab to find all inquiry and pricing information. To learn more about Isageni…
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In the 18th Patreon bonus podcast we return once more to York, and in particular to a hotel in the shadow of York Minster which was originally built between 1864 and 1865 as three separate dwellings for the Dean of York Minster, to house the Clergy. But what would happen when my team and I stepped foot inside this hotel, which has been labelled the…
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This time we head to the theatre where we may very well encounter a plethora of ghosts including that of a Carry On icon who died on stage, a man killed by a cannon ball, and two women who sadly took their own lives. Join me as we return to me native north east, and let’s ask just how haunted are the theatres of Tyne & Wear? Support How Haunted? by…
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The next two episodes will be hosted by the podcast's editor and publisher, Rebecca Gent who grew up hearing many of the stories that have inspired The Ghost Turd Stories Podcast. If you are interested in having your story written, visit linktr.ee/ghostturdstories and select the 'Let us write your story!" tab to find all inquiry and pricing informa…
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Joey Diaz served in the Army National Guard for six years and ended his career as an E5 or Sergeant. He fulfilled roles as an 83 Bravo heavy and light-wheeled mechanic, cross-trained as a truck mechanic, provided convoy security in Iraq, and was on a wrecker recovery team among other duties. His battalion deployed to Ramadi, Iraq in the early 2000s…
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