You, Me, and a Poltergeist
A Paranormal PODCAST
Braydon and Belinda bring to you a paranormal comedy podcast filled with true events and experiences.
Not only do they discuss real life cases but also attend haunted sites such as the Boggo Road Gaol in their home city of Brisbane. The pair bring a light approach with their dry humour to a dark topic.
Braydon and Belinda discuss two hauntings they didn't realise were related, until they discovered a theme among the two, dead mistresses!
Braydon talks about the Irish castle in Carlow, Ducketts Grove. Recounting a number of unfortunate events that befell the Duckette family after the death of a young mistress. The "castle" is now reportedly haunted by a Banshee, a ghost of Irish folklore, and has been the cause of a number of deaths on the premises.
Belinda goes on to talk about the Monte Cristo homestead in Junee, New South Wales, Australia. The building has had a number of horrific deaths that have accumulated into a haven of horrific paranormal activity. The current owners, a famous Australian stuntman and his wife own and run the establishment and market it as Australia's most haunted location, and after Belinda's research she concluded that they're probably right!
Belinda and Braydon discuss a number of fun paranormal locations in the world on this episode of YMAAP. Belinda talks about the haunted light house in Green Point, South Africa. The lighthouse is haunted by a notorious spectre known to locals as Moaning Minnie.
Belinda then goes on to discuss the ghost of Tokai Manor, which is haunted by the ghost of a former owner who fell to his death after he attempted to dazzle his party guests with an equestrian stunt.
Braydon then goes on to discuss the most haunted locations of Antartica, which is supposedly the most haunted continent on the planet. The frosty wasteland at the bottom of the world is known to be haunted by the ghosts of former explorers who died during the Golden Age of Exploration in the 1910's.
Braydon and Belinda talk about two different paranormal stories in today's episode. Braydon discusses the legend of Banchō Sarayashiki in Japan, which is the original inspiration for the world famous movie, The Ring. The legend originates from Himeji Castle in Himeji, Japan, and is incredibly well known through the countless adaptations, plays, and artwork that feature the fable.
Braydon also goes on to talk about the Shirime spirit, which has a dirty little secret, and a supposedly haunted location within Japan that he has already visited!
In this week's episode Braydon discusses the Bhangarh Fort in Rajasthan, India that backed onto a tiger sanctuary. Braydon talks about the legends and reported hauntings surrounding the fort. Was it all caused by a black magicians curse because of his obsessive love for Princess Ratnavati? Belinda continues the episode with the ghost of Liberace. There have been reported sightings of his spirit in his mansion/museum and the restaurant he use to own, now named Carluccio's in Las Vegas.
FRIDAY 13TH!! Something that doesn't happen often, the second creepiest time of the year. The first being when you leave out cookies and milk as an offering for some guy called Santa Claus who breaks into your house and gives you presents if the offering is satisfactory. Braydon and Belinda took this creeptastic day as an opportunity to tell you stories they found on Reddit. Gather round the campfire and listen.
With the release of IT: Chapter Two, Braydon and Belinda decided to cover haunted amusement parks/carnivals. They discuss Kings Island in Mason Ohio, a 364 acre amusement park where the land has seen over 100 deaths. Following along with Lake Shawnee Amusement Park which was once an ancient burial ground for the Native Americans. Belinda also tells the true tale of Elmer McCurdy and how his mummified body travelled from carnivals to movie sets for over 60 years!!
Braydon and Belinda discuss the Islamic mythological creature/spirits known as Jinn, and talk about the village of Bahla, Oman. Bahla is reportedly haunted by these creatures, and take the form of anything from local animals to plants in order to perform tricks and pranks of varying intensity on the inhabitants.
They then go on to talk about the French ghost of the Green Lady, who haunts a prestigious castle. Her skeletal frame form can be seen roaming the castle which she suffered a terrible fate in!
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Braydon and Belinda are joined by a very special guest this week, Jess! Jess is Braydon's sister, Belinda's former housemate, and just an overall badass! She missed out on the last family haunting discussion show, so thought she'd drop by to detail some of the spookiest things that have ever happened to her, and some of the creepy events she has shared with Belinda and Braydon.
Braydon and Belinda discuss two South African hauntings! Belinda discusses the abandon Kempton hospital that is reportedly haunted by the patients and workers who died in the hospital under mysterious circumstances. Numerous revitalisations, and demolitions have been planned for the now abandoned hospital but all plans have fallen through, and some of the victims of the strange paranormal activity within the Kempton hospital claim it to be both haunted and incredibly cursed. Belinda's search for evidence dragged her to a paranormal video on the hospital, with mediocre "paranormal images", but exceptional EVP evidence supporting claims.
Braydon discusses the Flying Dutchman, a legendary ghost ship that haunted the world's oceans, but originates off the coast of South Africa. Braydon lists two well documented sightings, one that included a number of royals who spotted the mysterious vessel while sailing off the coast of Australia.
Braydon and Belinda discuss a number of animal hauntings/ spirit animals that have returned after their deaths. Belinda discusses the legendary Demon Cat that haunts the government buildings of Washington D.C. and acts as a supposed bad omen for upcoming events that could affect the US government. She also talks about a dog named Spot, that returned after its long life, remaining in the home it lived in for many years after its family had moved.
Braydon talks about The Highgate Chicken Ghost, a spooky hen that supposedly haunted Highgate Pond in England until late 1969. The ghost was said to have been seen after a scientist named Sir Bacon attempted to prove his theory of meat preservation by freezing a chicken, but subsequently died a week later due to a cold. Braydon uncovers the ghost's last sightings run in correlation with a fast food store opening up in London, and Braydon dives deep into the ghost, and spins the webs of chicken conspiracy further.