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You, Me, and a Poltergeist
30 minutes | Jan 21, 2021
Thirteenth Floor Upgrade
Braydon and Belinda are back at it for the second time this year, chatting about two spooky hauntings!Belinda starts the podcast out by chatting about the Hotel Monteleone, a haunted hotel in New Orleans in the United States. Apparently there are a number of ghosts who frequent the hotel, but the most infamous floor is the 14th (actually 13th) floor! There is the spirit of a young boy who is said to have died in the hotel, who is mentioned to frequent the floor and play with his other ghost friends!Braydon goes on to chat about the Franklin Expedition in the Arctic in the 1800s, and their now wrecked vessels that remain frozen in the ice. The Canadian Arctic Inuit people believe the HMS Terror to be haunted by nonhuman spirits, and the ship to have a terrible curse over it. Not only have the Inuit people experienced terrible accidents after explorers started investigating the wreckage, but a painting of the vessel is said to hold this exact curse and to be carrying the misfortune all the way to London! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
50 minutes | Jan 14, 2021
Six Six Sixty Nine!
Happy New Year from You, Me, and a Poltergeist! We hope everyone had a very safe holiday season!Braydon starts the episode by discussing the cursed head of rebel samurai, Taira no Masakado. The samurai lived in the 10th century and after defeating many of the enemies who rose against him, he was believed to be both immortal and a demi-god. The samurai's luck ran out when the emperor of Japan sent an army against his and had him killed and decapitated, but his head was said to be magical in nature. The location it is buried is said to be cursed by Masakado's revenge, and many odd occurrences have happened around the shrine.Belinda goes on to discuss the South Shields poltergeist, and its reported "Toy Fetish". The rude poltergeist was renowned for tossing small objects, intimidating and berating the home owners with expletives, and leaving menacing stuffed animals out to scare the household. Things really started to kick off when the home owners brought in paranormal investigators! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
39 minutes | Dec 25, 2020
Braydon and Belinda are back for the final episode of 2020! Belinda starts the episode off by discussing the Mistletoe Bride of Bramshill House, who died after a misfortunate game of hide and seek on her wedding day lead her to become lost forever. After her body was eventually discovered half a century later, the object she was hid within was passed on to new owners and is reportedly haunted by the ghost of the dead bride.Braydon goes on to chat about the ABCs (aka Alien Big Cats) of the UK! In a rather odd circumstance, there appears to be a growing population of big cats in the UK, and recent studies show that sightings are very common. The Beast of Exmoor and the Beast of Bodmin Moor at two notorious ABCs that are discussed in this episode!Happy Holidays friends, hope you all have a nice time with your loved ones and stay safe! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
36 minutes | Dec 17, 2020
Molten Iron Paintball!
Braydon and Belinda discuss two haunted locations this week! Braydon starts the episode out by discussing Sloss Furnaces in Alabama, which had blast furnaces producing a large amount of steel in the late 1800s to mid 1900s. Unfortunately, due to the company cutting corners and illegal debt-slave hiring, there were countless tragedies. These tragedies still haunt Sloss furnaces to this day.Belinda goes on to discuss St Batholemew's Hospital in London, which has a long and storied history. The hospital started in the early 1100s and has seen its fair share of ups and downs, but still remains open to this day. People visiting and working in the hospital recount all manner of odd paranormal experiences, but one in particular is quite terrifying, and that's what occurs on the elevator that has been nicknamed "The Coffin Lift". See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
40 minutes | Dec 12, 2020
Braydon and Belinda are back speaking about two spooky stories! Belinda starts the episode out by chatting about the Q Station. A quarantine station in Sydney's North Head where approximately 600 people died during its 150 years of operation. The Q Station is said to be haunted by all manner of terrifying ghosts and ghouls, and serves now as a "luxury" hotel and resort.Braydon goes on to discuss the haunted ventriloquist doll known as Mr Fritz, who was made by a captured soldier in a German POW camp in WW2. The doll delighted many of the other prisoners and kept morale high. Upon the owner's death, it was sent back to the US and found its way to an antique shop, where it passed its way through different hands. Each owner experienced strange paranormal activity while Mr Fritz was in their home, and footage of Mr Fritz moving has circulated the internet. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
41 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
Powdered Wig Murderer
Braydon and Belinda chat about two very spooky paranormal topics on this weeks episode.Braydon starts the episode by talking about the Bonning Springs Blob and haunted moments experienced by Dalton Vitt. The man recounted his experiences in his childhood home in Bonning Springs, Kansas City, and recalled seeing an apparition wearing a powdered wig and a white floating blob (on more than one occasion)!Belinda goes on to talk about one of the most haunted locations in the UK, The Cage "medieval witch prison" in Essex, England. The cage is renowned for its paranormal activity, and the owner of the establishment is so terrified of the entities residing within that they refuse to enter the building after dusk. All kinds of odd occurrences have happened at The Cage, from possession to sighting of Satan himself. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28 minutes | Nov 26, 2020
Braydon and Belinda deliver a quick episode to you today, chatting about some of the most popular creatures from the 21st century, zombies!The pair chat about a certain kind of fungus that turns ants and bugs into zombies, and then go on to discuss the origins of zombie belief in Haitian and African folklore. Braydon shares a reportedly true story of zombies in Haiti in 1918 that was discussed in the 1929 book “The Magic Island” by William Seabrook. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
46 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
Braydon and Belinda are back again this week to discuss two very different paranormal topics.Belinda starts the episode off by chatting about the faerie folk known as Moss People, a tricky group of faeries that are known to hide amongst nature and leave presents for people who help them. There are tales of domesticated Moss People helping out in farms, but it is always stressed that you must keep a domesticated Moss Person happy, otherwise they'll do horrible things to you!Braydon goes on to discuss the curse that was reportedly put over the cast and crew during the filming of The Omen. The crew experienced major misfortunes during their times on set, and even after filming wrapped many of the crew went on to experience horrific "supernatural" moments of bad luck. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
35 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
The Legendary Worm!
Braydon and Belinda are here again after a week off, thanks for being patient with us!For Friday the 13th the pair discuss two interesting cryptids from different parts of the world! Braydon starts the episode off by discussing the legendary Mongolian Death Worm (Olgoi-Khorkhoi) which haunts the Gobi Desert. He discusses the various explorers who have tried to uncover the creature, what the creature is capable of, and one interesting dream encounter an explorer had with the beast after being warned away by monks.Belinda goes on to discuss the Enfield Horror, a strange tripedal monstrosity encountered in Enfield, Illinois. This wide-eyed, three-legged freakshow is said to have stalked a neighbourhood in the town, and was spotted numerous times. The creature is said to be able to leap like a kangaroo and has incredibly sharp claws upon its feet.EPISODE NOTES:Check out our friends Tom and Jacob's podcast and tell them we sent you: On the Air Tonight:https://open.spotify.com/show/6Q0tclsjAzatTF5mUasZ3c?si=W4wLM_PJQKit45vske3qaw See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
39 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
The Preston Boys!
Happy Halloween from You, Me, and a Poltergeist! We hope you have an equally scary and safe spooky season!Belinda starts the episode off by discussing the Preston Castle, otherwise known as the Preston School of Industry. Preston Castle was a reform school in Ione, California. The castle was renowned for its poor treatment of the reforming students, it is said that many people even met their grizzly ends on the premises. Paranormal activity rampant across the grounds, and the most well known ghost on the grounds, that of former housekeeper Anna Corbin, is said to follow visitors everywhere they step.Braydon goes on to do his best to spook Belinda by reading the story "I found a recipe box service on the dark web" by Iskander_Khan on Reddit. The story was posted on the NoSleep subreddit and received great praise. In the spirit of Halloween, we hope you enjoy a nice spooky story to end the episode!EPISODE NOTES:Go and get 40% off HelloFresh with the following code and start eating and feeling healthier: http://hellofresh-au.r69o.net/xa5JA See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
34 minutes | Oct 22, 2020
Six Foot Cephalopod!
Braydon and Belinda are back to discuss two topics that are out of this world!Braydon starts the episode off by talking about the Ohio River Octoman, another weird creature from Ohio that dwells in the main river of the state. The strange octopus-like creature was seen emerging from the waters of the Ohio River in 1959, and a number of other odd occurrences were reported during that time.Belinda goes on to discuss the alien abduction of Amy Rylance, who was mysteriously picked up by a shining beam through her loungeroom window and taken away. Amy's colleague and friend, Petra, was in the room to witness it all and was utterly terrified by the entire occurrence. The police got involved, and Amy was found 90 minutes later some 790km north of her home. Listen in to hear what else occurred! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
38 minutes | Oct 15, 2020
Not a Plane!
Braydon and Belinda are back again this week to chat about an abduction and a mysterious poltergeist/possession!Belinda starts the episode out by chatting about Frederick Valentich, a normal Australian light aircraft pilot who disappeared on the 21st of October 1978. The 20 year old Victorian had decided to make a 125 nautical mile flight over the Bass Straight towards Kings Island (located near Tasmania), but never made it to the island. Frederick's final conversations with ground crews gave his chilling account of an encounter with a UFO before he vanished. Listen in to find out what his final words wBraydon goes on to discuss the Stroudsburg rainman, otherwise known as Don Decker. Don was out on furlough from a short prison sentence to attend his grandfather's funeral, but soon became possessed by a demonic force. Whilst staying at his friends house, the room Don was in began to rain, perplexing both friends and police who came to witness the phenomeListen to episode 12 of Troubling Issues, where we chat to Brad about a fun horror comic! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
42 minutes | Oct 10, 2020
Red Tipped Phallus!
Braydon and Belinda are back at you again discussing two very interesting paranormal topics from Arizona and Thailand!Braydon starts the episode out by talking about The Red Ghost of Arizona (a name he butchers a lot throughout this episode, mixing it up with The Red Devil, so be warned). The cloven-footed creature terrorised Arizona during the late 1800's, killing and injuring those who crossed its path. The thing most terrifying about this enormous beast was the skeletal rider seen striding upon its back. In the end however, this terrifying entity was more fact than fiction, listen in to see why!Belinda goes on to discuss the Thai widow's ghost! The widow's ghost is said to roam Thailand in search of men to kill, snatching them from their engagements and relationships by bringing them into the clutches of death. The ghost is said by Mediums to only be repelled by a red shirt hung from the house of men, and households with only one son are most at risk. In spite of all of the protective objects, many healthy men seem to be snatched by the Widow's ghost in the evening regardless. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
37 minutes | Oct 1, 2020
Brick or Treat!
Braydon and Belinda are back at you again, super tired and delirious but excited to chat about all things spooky and supernatural!Belinda starts the episode out by talking about the Brazilian poltergeist that terrorised 11 year old Maria Jose Ferreira in 1965. The haunting started out pretty intense, with the poltergeist throwing bricks, eggs, and stones across the house where Maria was living. Often time these objects would seemingly appear out of thin air. Things got much more intense as the haunting continued however, and Maria was viciously attacked and injured numerous times (listen in for more details)!Braydon goes on to talk about the Haunting Hands Horror of Devonshire in southwest England. These two disembodied hairy hands are rumoured to attack drivers who are traversing roads between Two Bridges and Post Bridge. The hands appear in front of drivers and grasp over their hands to steer them off the roads and to their deaths!Check out our friend Adriano on his podcast: The Hyper Theticals. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
47 minutes | Sep 24, 2020
Like a Wolf, but not a Wolf!
Braydon and Belinda are back from their two week break, bringing you two spooky stories from around the world.Braydon starts the episode off by speaking about a phantom hitchhiker encountered by a truck driver of the name of Pedro Peirone in Argentina. The man took his story to the news, and gave a full account of the spooky encounter. He reportedly picked up a 17 year old while back on his way to San Jose de la Esquina, and was asked to drop the teen off at a graveyard, and that's when he disappeared!Belinda goes on to discuss the French Werewolf Epidemic between the 1500s and 1600s! Over that period there was many murders and injuries by these "werewolves", and approximately 30,000 people were put on trial for werewolfery! She then goes on to discuss the Beast of Gévaudan, a werewolf that terrified the locals of Gévaudan in south-central France for three years between 1764 and 1767.Check us out over at www.Youmeandapoltergeist.com ! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29 minutes | Sep 4, 2020
Braydon and Belinda play a fun game on this episode, a gameshow themed around the real life ghost stories recorded in the backs of books in the Byland Abbey of England. In the 16th century, a monk of Byland Abbey wrote and recorded ghost stories they had heard from people they had met. Play along at home and let us know how if you beat the game! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
42 minutes | Aug 27, 2020
The Killing Time!
Braydon and Belinda discuss two very interesting paranormal events across the world.Braydon begins the episode by discussing the Mineral Point Vampire which was spotted 3 times between 1981 and 2008. The three sightings all featured a similarly gaunt, tall, and pale man, who evaded police capture twice by leaping over a high wall in one single bound.Belinda then goes on to discuss Greyfriars Kirkyard, a graveyard in Edinburgh, Scotland, renowned for being the most haunted cemetery in the world. The ghost of merciless judge George Mackenzie, who was responsible for countless deaths while trying to stamp out Presbyterian Covenanters in the 1670s. His tomb was broken in to on one occasion, with his skull being used as a soccer ball, which undoubtedly annoyed the ghost. Many who have gone near the tomb have experienced things ranging from scratches to bite marks. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28 minutes | Aug 20, 2020
Asabi's Spooky Stories!
Today's episode comes at the end of a very hard week, so we're taking it easy and hanging out with you today in a less formal kind of episode. We discuss the haunted Annabelle going missing, haunted Russian nesting dolls, and even get to discuss a fan submitted story from Asabi!You can find Asabi on the Wine & Sympathy and Shuffology podcasts on That's Not Canon! Go over and show your support as thanks for the awesome stories!If you wanted to follow us on social media, we can be found on: Facebook, and on Instagram You, Me, and a Poltergeist, Braydon, BelindaCHECK OUT ALL THE OTHER PODCAST ON TNC: THATSNOTCANON.COM See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
39 minutes | Aug 13, 2020
Declared Dead... Again!
Braydon and Belinda are back again for another weekly episode, discussing two weird and wonderful paranormal topics from around the globe.On today's episode, Braydon visits his favourite place in the US again, Loveland Ohio. This time instead of talking about Frogmen, he's talking about the Loveland Castle and it's owner who is said to haunt the premises. Harry Andrews built the castle over his life after WW1, and died before it was ultimately complete. The Knights of the Golden Trail who take care of the castle in his absence say they notice things missing, and sometimes spot the castle's owner strolling the halls.Belinda goes on to discuss the terrifying Mesoamerican legendary canine, El Cadejo! The beasts are reported to come in a few varieties, one being white and benevolent and the other being black and malevolent. These creatures are said to fight against each other to protect and hurt certain individuals. The Black Cadejo is said to be able to stand on its hind legs, strike with its front paws, and throw nasty insults to demoralise its victims before eating them, and the White Cadejo is said to take care of drunks and lonely individuals on their walks home, and lead them towards good decisions!If you wanted to follow us on social media, we can be found on: Facebook, and on Instagram You, Me, and a Poltergeist, Braydon, BelindaCHECK OUT ALL THE OTHER PODCAST ON TNC: THATSNOTCANON.COM See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
39 minutes | Aug 6, 2020
Fairy Witch Trials!
Braydon and Belinda take a turn down a different path tonight, and giggle their way through a discussion about fairies!They are beings who can be found in many European cultures, and are often described as being nature spirits who play pranks upon humans. Fairies or Fae, usually belong to two "courts", the Seelie Court (or Summer Court) and the Unseelie Court (or Winter Court). These classifications discern a fairy's temperament, and how vicious they are with their pranks.Belinda starts the episode off with a very giggly explanation of the Donas De Fuera in Sicily, Italy. She discusses different encounters with the fairy spirits and "elves", and talks about the fairy witch trials which occurred when the Spanish Inquisition believed that the local fairy beliefs were evidence of a witches sabbath!Braydon goes on to chat about the Water Horse or Kelpie, an unseelie fae known to lure children to locations of water and drag them to their deaths. The creature is a renowned shapeshifter of Scotland and is said to inhabit any of the streams, rivers, lochs, ponds, and places with water in and around the nation. In fact, most bodies of water in Scotland have kelpie tales behind them. The kelpie can change from a wet horse to a gorgeous human, using its innocent appearance to bring people close before ultimately murdering them.If you wanted to follow us on social media, we can be found on: Facebook, and on Instagram You, Me, and a Poltergeist, Braydon, BelindaCHECK OUT ALL THE OTHER PODCAST ON TNC: THATSNOTCANON.COM See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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