Mon, 31 October 2022
Enjoying Halloween sometimes means some real-life spooky stories. This week we look into some of our local legends and tales that have creeped us out since our youth. Jay and Shua will be hiding under the bed for most of this week’s Enjoy Stuff.
Tune in for some spooky legends we have experienced and why it helps make Halloween fun on Enjoy Stuff
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Sci-Fi Saturdays ended its crossover with 31 Days of Horror by looking at the creepy Sci-Fi thriller Event Horizon. It returns to traditional form with Bruce Willis and Gary Oldman in The Fifth Element. Book your multipass now!
Spooky tales and legends get passed down from generation to generation. Come along with us and hear about some that have taken place where we live throughout our life.
We start by sharing some of the ones we loved as kids, such as the Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Mothman, and Chessie, the Chesapeake Bay monster. These get us excited to go get spooked and learn some history at the same time.
Shua shares some legendary Colorado tales such as the Ghosts of Cheesman park, Riverdale Road, and of course the Shining inspired ghosts of The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park.
He also shares his favorite tale of the supposed cannibal Alferd Packer, who ate the men he was supposed to be leading over a pass in the winter. Something Shua always discourages his tour guides to do.
Jay tells about the chilling tale of St Mary’s College in Ellicott, Maryland and the location of the Blair Witch Project, which has eerie tales of its own.
The Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California is the setting of many a ghost tale and mysteries of the widow who lived there. Plus, Jay shares a very creepy story of his youth when he almost became a character in another ominous happening.
Do you have spooky stories from where you live? Have you ever stayed in a haunted house? First person that emails me with the subject line, “I’m hiding in the closet” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
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