California Haunts Radio
Eerie Oklahoma with Heather Woodward
Meet us at the floating ghost beer, because it’s episode 252 and we’re still at the haunted bar! Em finishes their two-part series on the Glen Tavern Inn and the Phillip Experiment that was done there to create a fake (or psychically real?) ghost. Then Eva takes us on a wild heist with French Adventuress Jeanne de Valois-Saint-Rémy aka self proclaimed Comtesse de La Motte, and the Affair of the Diamond Necklace she masterminded and inadvertently helped kick start the French Revolution. Join us for the hottest tea of the week and our very bad French accents… and that’s why we drink!
The Slenderman Stabbing Case 6 part Podcast Series
On May 31, 2014, two 12-year-old girls lured their friend into the woods and stabbed her 19 times. They did it to appease Slenderman, a creepy supernatural meme. He is described as being a tall, faceless humanoid who wears a black suit and preys on children. The little girl who was stabbed in the woods survived by dragging herself to the side of the road. A bicyclist found her and called 911. The two girls who stabbed her, Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier, were found searching the woods for Slenderman’s castle so that they could become his proxies. The NVus Alien team take on this case and find some strangeness of their own.
Slenderman Tales/Open Lines
Surprisingly, Redfern described earlier sightings of the same type of being going back decades before it was even conceived, and proposed that its form might be an archetypal character which tapped into our deepest fears and ideas of horrifying entities, and was already “primed in our subconscious.” He also described the phenomenon of the “manifested thought form,” sometimes referred to by the term “tulpa,” and how there is ample anecdotal evidence for the existence of these beings. In part of the second hour, paranormal researcher Bill Murphy described experiments he has conducted in attempting to create physical manifestations by mental power alone.
How the Living Influence Hauntings
“Murphy detailed his own Pearl Experiment in which he created a back-story for a non-existent ghost named Pearl and combined it with the actual history of reported hauntings at Glen Tavern Inn in California. Inserting a fictitious ghost history into a place does seem to have an effect on the outcome of an investigation, he suggested. As evidence, Murphy pointed to a photograph taken of the Glen Tavern Inn lobby on the day of the experiment. It shows a ghostly image in a mirror that appears to be a female form roughly matching the description made up for Pearl, he revealed.”