This week’s stories are from the state of New Jersey. Bettina chose a German wine off the wine list from the Hindenburg Zeppelin that crash landed in New Jersey in 1937…listen for the little twist with her choice as she describes the wine! She covers the Lakehurst Hangar 1 for her paranormal story … this was where the dead from the tragic Hindenburg explosion were taken, and may still remain. Beth tells the true crime this week. Another horrible killer hiding out far too long before getting caught… John List.
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This week’s episode has some stories and a beverage from the state of Illinois. The beverage for the week is a beer from Destihl Brewery – The Vertex IPA – “crisp, hoppy, and citrusy.” Bettina tells about the crimes of the horrible Bruce Lindahl around the Chicago area. The cases are still being investigated; which is so scary to think. Beth tells a mini story about how she likes beer… we think that’s what it’s about. But, she ends the episode with the haunted legends of “The Seven Bridges of Hell” and “Acid Bridge”! “Virtual Cheers” Friends!
If you or someone you know has any possible information of Bruce Lindalh, or may be a potential victim of his please call either:
Dupage County State Attorney’s tip line: 630.407.8107 OR Lisle IL Police: 630.271.4252
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Are Mimosas REALLY considered a Georgia drink? Welp, Bettina decided it was – and the gals enjoy their Mimosas during this week’s episode. Beth tells the true crime story of Gina Spann, a party girl gone too far. And, Bettina teaches a history lesson on Augusta Georgia ( at least Beth makes a drinking game out of it) … there are some ghosts and haunts involved too as she shares about the Ezekiel Harris House and more! Cheers! Enjoy!
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This week’s stories are from the state of Minnesota. This time Beth’s “winging it” with the cocktail recipe may be a fail when she prepares the drink of the episode, the Bootleg Drink. Bettina tells the true crime story about Paul Staphani, The Weepy Voiced Killer. Beth ends the episode with TWO paranormal tales. The first being about the many spirits that linger around Griggs Mansion in Saint Paul. And, the second ghost story is about the Landmark Center, also in Saint Paul! And, can someone please inform them how to properly pronounce Grocer?
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This week’s stories and drink are from the state of Texas! The stories are told over glasses of a cocktail called a Paloma! Beth begins the episode with the true crime story about the Phantom Killer in the Texarkana Moonlight Murders. And, Bettina finishes off with the legend of Old Alton Bridge…Goatman’s Bridge! Make sure you grab your Sprees for this episode … 😉
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It’s lucky number 13! This week’s true crime story covers the terrible murders done by Gary Hilton in three states – Florida, North Carolina, and Tennessee. Beth jumps on the opportunity of a tropical drink, and covered a paranormal story from Florida… Robert the Doll. The drinks were great, the dog farts were not. The drinks were strong… you may be able to tell by the end of the episode!
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Trails of Death: The True Story of National Forest Serial Killer Gary Hilton by Fred Rosen
Beth and Bettina tell some stories from Indiana this week. Beth upsets Bettina with another child story… this time about the darling April Tinsley and the scary case surrounding her murder. With mysterious messages and a 30 year search for her killer. Bettina tells the haunting story of Whispers Estate and their missed chance to purchase the historic home!
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This week Beth and Bettina tell some more stories from California. Bettina tells of the terrible “Wineville Chicken Coop Murders”. Then Beth finishes off the episode with the incredible story of Sarah Winchester and her haunted labyrinth, the Winchester Mystery House.
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Corona sucks, the real world is rough, and we all need some laughs. So, we decided to give you a short episode filled with our normal theme of drinks, true crime, and paranormal… but, this episode is definitely a lot lighter! Join us for some good ol’ fashion campfire ghost stories, and silly true crimes. Grab a drink and join us!
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