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Episode 19: Frenchy McCormick and Tascosa, Texas

Frenchy McCormick lived by herself in the Texas ghost town of Tascosa for almost 30 years. She refused to leave because of a promise she made to someone. Frenchy is a folklore legend in Texas but much of her life story is a mystery. MUCH, but not all. SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio…

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Episode 18: Hermit of Fort Fisher – Robert Harrill

From 1955 – 1972, Robert Harrill was known as The Hermit of Fort Fisher Island, North Carolina. He spent his life inviting in strangers and teaching them about living a life free of social norms. And in the end, the strangers he welcomed in, may have killed him. SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio…

Episode 17: Three Sisters in Black

Meet sisters Caroline Martin, Virginia Wardlaw and Mary Snead. They left a trail of devastation and death in Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and on to New Jersey where they were implicated in the mysterious death of Ocey Snead, known as the Bath Tub Mystery SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio Public | RSS Feed On Nov. 27,…

Episode 16: Longwood Plantation Natchez

Longwood Plantation in Natchez, Mississippi epitomizes the rise and fall of the antebellum south. The history of the home may explain why spirits of the former owners are said to linger here. SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio Public | RSS Feed This is the fourth episode in our Mysteries, Myths and Legends of Natchez, Mississippi…

Episode 15: William Johnson Barber of Natchez

On June 16, 1851 William Johnson was murdered. 75 years later, his diary was discovered and became one of the most important firsthand accounts of life in the antebellum South. What was his story? And how did the man who murdered Johnson get away with it? SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio Public | RSS Feed…

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