American Hauntings Podcast

Cody Beck and Troy Taylor

  • 1 hour 49 minutes
    Horror In Good Hart

    The smell was overwhelming on that July day in 1968 as Monnie Bliss approached the cabin that his father Chauncey had built years earlier near the community of Good Hart, on the Lower Peninsula of Michigan’s Northwest Coast. And the murders that ended up being discovered in the strange cabin in the woods would be a mystery that has yet to solved.

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    7 May 2024, 8:00 am
  • 1 hour 49 minutes
    Taken From Home (The "Lipstick Killer" And The Murder Of Suzanne Degnan)

    January in Chicago was always brutal. The winter of 1946 was no different. Three murders with one kidnapping in the same area. Were they all the work of one killer? Or was an "innocent" man put away for life while a more brutal killer was still on the loose, living amongst us...?

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    23 April 2024, 8:00 am
  • 1 hour 44 minutes
    Last Stand Of The Barker Gang

    There’s a house just outside the town of Ocklawaha, Florida, that stands as one of the most infamous locations in America’s gangland history. It was at this house where the last stand of the Barker gang took place and where Ma Barker and her son, Fred, battled it out with G-men before being shot to death. The violent and blood-soaked battle occurred many decades ago but there are many who believe it’s not quite over for the spirits that still linger behind these walls.

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    9 April 2024, 8:30 am
  • 1 hour 23 minutes
    The Easter Sunday Massacre

    There was nothing unusual about that Easter Sunday in 1975.

    “How’s your Volkswagen, Jimmie?” Leonard asked him.

    James didn’t speak. He answered the question by shooting his brother, setting off a spiral of violence and rage that ended as the deadliest shooting spree to ever occur in a private home in America’s bloody history.

    One that left a grim and troubling haunting behind.

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    26 March 2024, 8:00 am
  • 1 hour 39 minutes
    Memories Of The Old Slave House

    On a windy hill near the small Southern Illinois town of Equality is a decaying mansion that was known for decades as the region’s most haunted house. It was a place dubbed Hickory Hill by its builder and over the years, it’s been many things – a plantation house, farmhouse, a tourist attraction, and many believe, a chamber of horrors for men and women brought to this house in chains. Thanks to the long-standing legend of the terrible things that occurred in the house, locals eventually began referring to it as “The Old Slave House.”

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    12 March 2024, 8:00 am
  • 1 hour 16 minutes
    Murder At Corpsewood Manor

    Hidden away in the deep, dark woods of the Chattahoochee National Forest was once an isolated mansion that was the object of terror to most of the people who lived in the small town of Summerville, Georgia.

    A terror that lingers to this day.

    It was on the chilly night of December 12 that year that a secluded house became a place of torture and bloodshed.

    The name of the house – Corpsewood Manor – seems like something right out of a horror novel, but on that dark night, the terror was unbelievably real.

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    27 February 2024, 9:00 am
  • 38 minutes 35 seconds
    BONUS EPISODE: Ed Gein, Texas Chainsaw and Your Ghost Stories!

    Introducing the NEW season of DEAD MEN DO TELL TALES, a special spin-off series of the American Hauntings Podcast! With each season of the series, we delve into a single story from the dark side of American history -- except this time.

    In season 4, called DEPRAVED, we’ll actually be delving into two stories at the same time. One will be the true story of the Wisconsin monster, Ed Gein, and the other will be the story behind the making of a film based on his crimes, THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE – which became its own special kind of hell.

    You can get every episode of DEPRAVED by becoming a Patreon supporter of American Hauntings, so see the link below and check out the new season -- if you dare!

    Click here to get DEPRAVED and support American Hauntings!

    Also: YOUR messages from the "Haunt Line" and YOUR ghost stories from Dead of Winter 2024!



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    20 February 2024, 11:00 am
  • 39 minutes 4 seconds
    Live From Dead of Winter 2024

    LIVE from Dead of Winter 2024!

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    13 February 2024, 9:00 am
  • 1 hour 3 minutes
    The Myrtles Plantation

    The Myrtles Plantation, located in the small town of Saint Francisville, Louisiana holds the rather dubious record of hosting more ghostly phenomena than just about any other house in the country. But what could be more dubious than the honor itself?

    Well, that would be the questionable history that's long been presented to explain why the house is so haunted in the first place. 

    Known for decades as one of the most haunted houses in America, the Myrtles attracts an almost endless stream of visitors each year, many of whom come searching for ghosts -- and there seems to be little doubt that the house is haunted. It's the reason for the haunting that's been called into question. For several generations, tales have been told that are blatantly false. However, the Myrtles, according to hundreds of people who've encountered the resident spirits, is indeed haunted, just not for the reasons we've been told.

    A simple check of historical records reveals the true story, which you're just about to hear. As is often the case, the true story is not as sensational as the story everyone, including myself, grew up with. But it's still strange and macabre. The history of the plantation is filled with death, tragedy, and despair, which leads us to wonder why the fanciful history was created in the first place.

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    31 January 2024, 5:35 pm
  • 31 minutes 15 seconds
    (BONUS!) Until Death Do Us Part

    In this special bonus episode, Troy Taylor introduces his upcoming book, UNTIL DEATH DO US PART, with the chilling tale of "The Wife Who Lost Her Head. After a headless body is found alongside a California highway, the police start search looking through missing person's reports in hopes of learning her identity -- only to find the only woman missing who matched the description of the corpse was the wife of one of their own!

    UNTIL DEATH DO US PART is Troy Taylor's American history of love, murder, and insanity with stories of murderous couples, violent ends, “lonely hearts killers,” monsters, ghosts, “black widows,” “bluebeards,” obsessed stalkers, meat cleaver waving madwomen, and a lot more!

    The new book is out on February 10 at our annual Dead of Winter food drive at the Mineral Springs in Alton, Illinois, or you can order autographed copies online starting February 12!

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    26 January 2024, 8:00 am
  • 14 minutes 31 seconds
    INTRODUCING SEASON 8: "HOME"

    Introducing Season 8 of the American Hauntings Podcast, which goes in search of America's Murder Houses, where the spirits of the past still linger behind. In this season, we’ll be taking you behind the locked doors of both famous and little-known places, where murder, violence, and brutal events occurred and have left a mark on the house as a haunting.

    We'll have at least 23 murder houses on our list – each with its own unique story of homicide, horror, and a haunting. This will be the most gruesome and ghost-filled season of the podcast so far and we’re excited to take you on a coast-to-coast journey in search of the true stories that crime has left behind. 

    You are not going to want to miss a single episode because there’s never going to be any way for you to know just what door we’ll be unlocking next. 

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    23 January 2024, 8:00 am
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