Philly & Foxy return for our Spring-Summer season, bringing you dark stories, paranormal adventures and information for the working author.


We have a lot on Episode 12, preparing for some big stuff. Two true #ghost stories recorded for you, sent to us from listeners. The first, Civil War Camp was sent to us from West Virginia, recorded by British folksinger, David Walton. We end the show with a sad tale of lost souls to this world from TM McLean from his time working at a British army base in Germany, The Hatch Girl of Hohne.

Outdoor Pool

The Olympic swimming pool at the army base. Listen to the story to learn why it was built.

The end will get you. Places remember…

Main Complex

The army base looks so peaceful, doesn’t it? Once, ovens burned…


JDaniel PicWe have two interviews tonight. The first is with one of the Dark Five, author J. Daniel Stone. We read with Ol’Stoney at the KGB Bar & Club in NYC in early April, hosted by the podcast.

That recording will be presented as a special event in May. We also have Harrison Astroff joining us from Stacks Entertainment to tell us about his international streaming company—the future of the industry.


Phil tells the story of the Jenny Wade house, the location of the only civilian death during the American Civil War in Gettysburg.


An orb captured during a tour of the Jenny Wade House

We include photos he mentions on the show. He captured an orb–photo evidence of a spirit.


An orb captured on the grounds.

PMMP delivers to us a new noir story, a flash piece by author Aaron Fox-Lerner called Under the Bridge.

It’s a powerful episode, the beginning of a great summer for the podcast.



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