S2 Ep. 3: Halloween Episode (Sort Of)

• November 13th, 2017

This week, Mimi returns with the tale of Poveglia Island in Venice, Italy, and Janine mesmerizes us with the story of Franz Freidrich Anton Mesmer, the father of Mesmerism.

This episode contains memories from Halloween past, talk of witches and The Craft, being recognized, and shitty people.
*Note: If you're not a fan of chit chat, we'd suggest you begin listening at about 20 minutes in.

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S2 Ep. 2: Fluffy Bird

• October 27th, 2017

In this weeks episode, Janine flies solo with a red eyed monster! Mimi's bronchitis has gotten the better of her, but she will return in two weeks time for a Halloween themed episode!

This episode contains a poorly constructed bridge, a glimpse into what cryptozoology can do for small town tourism, and a plethora of pilfered pups (likely cats too). 

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S2 Ep. 1: Humans Can Lick, Too OR Who the F*ck is Alice??

• October 12th, 2017

Haunt Heads returns for Season 2!

The ladies discuss Wright Square in Savannah, Georgia and a popular urban legend about a licking murderer! This episode contains a dead pooch, some active and, sometimes agressive, spirits, and a "monster" under the bed. Leave the lights on for this one. ;)

Welcome back, fellow Haunt Heads! Hang on to your hats for more of the creepy, spooky, and macabre stuff you crave. 

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S1 Ep. 20 Labor Day Special: Season 1 Finale

• September 3rd, 2017

We decided to round off Season 1, and our Labor Day episode, with a feature length special! In this episode, Mimi discusses Annabelle, the Ryman Theater (Auditorium) in Nashville, TN, and The Black Angel of Oakland Cemetery in Iowa City, IA. Janine, in an effort to return to her roots, tells the haunting tale of the Wabana Iron Ore Mines on Bell Island, Newfoundland, Canada, and regails us with the very creepy urban legend of The Body Under the Bed. Spoiler: It's more true than you think.

This episode contains discussions of Mimi's narcolepsy, listener shoutouts, eclipse observations, and getting older.

Disclaimer: Janine's piece, The Body Under the Bed, might be a tad too creepy for some listeners. The piece runs from 1hr 35 mins-1hr 51 mins. Feel free to skip it if you're easily creeped out. Though it doesn't contain graphic depictions of violence, it is a little "icky".

Haunt Heads will return in about 4 weeks with new episodes and blog content. Stay tuned and thanks for listening!

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S1 Ep. 19 The Strange Case of Annabelle

• August 28th, 2017

This week, the ladies are all set to record when something goes wrong with their audio. Is it because they're talking about Annabelle? Oh dear.. Don't worry guys, we'll have a longer episode for you next week. Ep. 20 marks the end of Season 1 of Haunt Heads! Stay tuned but, more importantly, stay spooky! 

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S1 Ep. 18 Grace and Doppelgangers

• August 21st, 2017

Mimi's on vacay this week, but Janine's got some creepy stuff to share. First, explore the (now demolished) Grace General Hospital in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, where ghostly apparitions roam the nurse's residence, searching for release. Then, enjoy a tale of double walkers, more familiarly known as doppelgangers, and the strange case of Emilee Sagee. This episode contains nostalgia, gardening and astral projection, a creepy little boy in a hospital gown, and footprints leading to nowhere. 

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S1 Ep. 17 ON LOCATION: Seven Bridges of Grant Park

• August 14th, 2017

This week, Mimi and Janine (along with Mimi's shrinky dink hubby Bill) take you into off the beaten path and into the forest. Seven Bridges has been considered a haunted location for a long time and, on this episode, the ladies will try to prove or disprove the stories told around the campfire. This episode contains SPIDERS, many screaming teens, and some nice busts. 

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S1 Ep. 16 On an Egg Roll

• August 7th, 2017

This week, Mimi delivers two steaming hot tales of the supernatural from Chinese writer Gan Bao and Janine springs into the legend of Spring-Heeled Jack. This episode contains chinese food critiques and praises, folklore, and mysterious family recipes. "There's five spice in these egg rolls, right?" ;)

Got a folklore story or paranormal experience to share? Send it to us at hauntheadscast@gmail.com.

 

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S1 Ep. 15 Knockin’ on Tudors

• July 31st, 2017

This week, Haunt Heads Mimi and Janine discuss the Lost Colony of Roanoke and the Dare Stones and Hampton Court Palace in London, England. This episode features a skeletal doorman, a finnicky royal, discussions about dead things, and a little family history lesson. Lean in and listen to this one!

Send us your favorite folklore tales or your experiences with the paranormal and we'll read them on a minisode! hauntheadscast@gmail.com is your friend. =)

We blog every Tuesday! Stop by hauntheads.wordpress.com to see what we're up to!

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S1 Ep. 14 A Haunting of Hamilton Proportions

• July 24th, 2017

Another week, another episode! This week, Mimi shares the story of a haunted Manhattan hotel, the Morris-Jumel Mansion, and Janine fans the flames of speculation surrounding spontaneous Human Combustion (SHC.) This episode features a "shrunken" head, an elderly ghost, an expression of love for musicals (from Mimi,) and some Googling (it sounds dirtier than it is...)

Thanks to http://anomalyinfo.com for all of the awesome info regarding Spontaneous Human Combustion. If anyone is interested in learning more about SHC, check out this website. It's full of interesting information and a chronological list of SHC cases throughout history.

http://anomalyinfo.com/Topics/spontaneous-human-combustion-reports-chronological-order

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