13 O’Clock Episode 94 – A Haunting Review: House of the Dead

It’s paranormal time again, and we’re returning to that wonderful wellspring of supernatural hijinks known as A Haunting. This time, we’re discussing the case of Billy Bean, whose story was told on episode 5 of season 2, titled “House of the Dead.” Billy moved into a house in Glen Burnie, Maryland with his family in 1970 when he was just seven years old, and before too long, some apparently nefarious force began targeting the Beans, causing violent poltergeist activity and the drastic personality change of Billy’s father. Join us as we run down the episode and the case, and also listen with amusement to our news story, in which we lament the darkly hilarious fate of a 2,000-year-old, extremely unlucky Pompeii resident. Poltergeists and demons and ghosts, oh my! It’s a high-spirited episode 94.

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Clip at the beginning taken from A Haunting, S02E05, “House of the Dead.”

Song at the end: “Dark Forces” by Killing Joke.

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13 O’Clock Episode 87 – Borley Rectory (Plus Keith Linder Haunting)

On today’s spooky and tangent-filled installment of 13 O’Clock, we’re tackling one of the most famous haunted houses in the world, Borley Rectory. Built in 1862 and investigated by famed paranormal investigator Harry Price, the Victorian-style mansion was allegedly the site of all sorts of supernatural shenanigans, including the apparition of a ghostly nun, a phantom carriage with two headless drivers, numerous reports of footsteps and screams, and bizarre writing that supposedly appeared on the walls asking for help. All this, plus a brief rundown of the Keith Linder Demons in Seattle case, which is in the news again since a new book just came out about it (even though I already wrote one about it back in 2016, called House of Fire and Whispers). Put your haunting hats on and settle by the fire for a spirited discussion on episode 87.

NOTE: If you just want to hear about Borley Rectory, skip ahead to about 26 minutes in; we kinda went off on a bunch of digressions, haha.

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Clip at the beginning taken from the trailer of the movie Borley Rectory, from Carrion Films.

Song at the end: “Borley Rectory Ball” by Creepy Cool.

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13 O’Clock Episode 84 – The Haunting of Bobby Mackey’s

On this ghostly episode of 13 O’Clock, we’re going back to our recaps of “A Haunting” episodes, and this one is about one of the most famous haunted locations in the United States. Bobby Mackey’s Music World has been a popular Kentucky honky tonk since the late 1970s, but it’s evidently been haunted for as long as anyone can remember. Its alleged former use as a slaughterhouse and a speakeasy, as well as being the site of alleged suicides and at least one gruesome murder, has practically ensured that paranormal activity has often been reported and several ghost hunting teams have conducted investigations of the place. So slap on your ten-gallon hat and climb onto the mechanical bull as we run down the tale of the infamously spirit-infested country and western bar on episode 84.

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Clip at the beginning taken from A Haunting S01E02: “Gateway To Hell.”

Song at the end: “Johanna” by Bobby Mackey.

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13 O’Clock Episode 79 – The Winchester Mystery House, Plus American Horror Story House

On this episode of 13 O’Clock, we’re talking about what is probably one of the weirdest and ostensibly most haunted houses in the United States, if not the world: the infamous Winchester Mystery House. This sprawling, mazelike, 24,000-square-foot mansion was built by the widowed Sarah Winchester and contains many fascinatingly bizarre architectural oddities, including doors and staircases leading nowhere, skylights in the floor, and balconies that face indoors. Did Sarah really build this strange house in order to appease restless spirits? Or was she just an eccentric who liked experimenting with different architectural styles? Tom and Jenny discuss the gorgeous and allegedly haunted house, along with a news story about another possibly haunted house that was also, incidentally, featured on the first season of American Horror Story. Relax in your seance room and channel our voices as we bring you a ghostly episode 79.

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Clip at the beginning from the trailer for the 2018 movie Winchester: The House That Ghosts Built. Song at the end: “A Song About the Winchester Mansion” by The Paranormal Song Warrior.

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Episode 76 – A Haunting: The Allen House, Plus Kent Ghost Monk

Hooray, Tom is finally back! And to celebrate, we’re doing another one of our fun discussions of an episode of A Haunting…this one concerns the season 5 episode titled “The Haunting of the Allen House,” which is a reenactment of the paranormal shenanigans happening to the Spencer family after they purchase the infamously haunted house in Arkansas and subsequently discover a secret about a woman who committed suicide there back in the 1940s. Apparitions and doomed love affairs of the past abound! We’ll also be discussing a recent news story about a man who allegedly photographed a ghost at an English castle, so get your haunt on and tune in for episode 76.

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Song at the end: “Your Ghost” by Kristin Hersh.

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13 O’Clock Episode 67 – The Sallie House Haunting

On this ghostly episode, we’re returning to our study of paranormal cases featured on the program A Haunting. This time we examine the infamous Sallie House in Atchison, Kansas, specifically the two-year residence of the Pickman family, who allegedly experienced objects moving around and catching fire, the sighting of apparitions, physical attacks, and strange personality changes. The haunting at the Sallie House has been attributed to the ghost of a seven-year-old girl and perhaps that of her angry mother, but accounts differ, and Tom and Jenny discuss the case and the way it was portrayed on A Haunting, trying to get to the bottom of the mystery. Put all your teddy bears in a circle and commune with the spirit of episode 67.

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Song at the end: “Haunted House” by Antiseen.