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Come. Join us. Sit down and make yourself comfortable in front of the flickering light of our campfire. Not sure what you're in for? Neither are we. But we hope it will be one hell of an adventure. We'll make sure to leave a light on for you.
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All Rights Reser It's Olympics time again, and this time there's been quite a scene at the Seine. Which reminded us of a story we have been meaning to tell for a long time, that of L'Inconnue de la Seine (The Unknown Woman of the Seine). Even though her body allegedly washed up on the shores of the Seine more than 100 years ago, you'd almost certai…
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Glasnevin is the spooky heart of Dublin. Saturated in Irish history and paranormal activity the cemetery is the eternal home a million souls. And next door - well what better than a haunted pub. Come in and enjoy a pint... if you dare. Also apologies for the audio - apparently Liv cannot sit still. Sources include: https://www.visitdublin.com/guide…
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The Ancient Ram Inn is the oldest building in Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire. It's also very haunted. The most haunted, some say. There's certainly a lot of ghosts. As former resident and caretaker John Humphies said, it's 'a lot for one room'. Please note this episode has a fair number of content warnings, which we list before we begin telling…
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Liv certainly got lucky with the topic this week, delving into just three Nigerian legends - Bush Babies, Oroma/Rebecca and of course Madame Koi Koi. There's a surprising amount of boarding schools in this one. Oh and remember kids, don't do crime. Sources include: https://vocal.media/futurism/10-crazy-nigerian-myths-part-1 https://edwinmadu.com/sc…
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Crows and Ravens are some of those things that span many different mythologies all around the world. Sometimes good, sometimes bad, but always with a story to tell. Oh...and we have a new little guy. Sources include: https://www.learnreligions.com/the-magic-of-crows-and-ravens-2562511 https://www.ronelthemythmaker.com/ravens-and-crows-in-folklore-f…
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In a small village in England in the twelth century two strange children appeared by a wolf pit. This is unusual enough on it's own, but these children spoke a language never heard in Woolpit and their skin was, well... green. The mystery of the Green Children of Woolpit has enchanted and intrigued for the last 800 years, remaining tantalising clos…
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Joanne Trimper sounds like a lovely individual. And The Pride of the Boardwalk at Trimper Rides sounds like a lovely carousel. But put the two together, and things start to smell a little...haunted. Pull up a chair, grab some free range popcorn and let us power through a mild cold to tell you about the haunted carousel at Trimper Rides. Sources inc…
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This episode is a little chaotic folks. Liv had done this research a while back and kind of forgot where she was going with the story, Jess' recording program crashed and Liv tried something different with the mic (spoiler alert it didn't work). If you're still with us after all of that, welcome to the crowded, dark, dense and haunted street of Mar…
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You will have noticed this is a well polished podcast with very few mistakes. That's because we make very few mistakes. Actually, it's because we saved them for this episode. Same thing really. Is it mostly Liv loudly drinking tea? Maybe. In the end though, that was so cool. _____ All rights reserved (c) 2024 Ghost Stories in the Sunlight. Please r…
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The story of the Hopkinsville Goblins is the 'based on a true story' you've heard about without ever really hearing about. This 1950s encounter has all the makings of some of the best stories: UFOs, alien creatures, terrified humans in a farmhouse, and a clown car. Well...maybe not a clown car. But it's a nice image. Sources include: https://www.at…
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No, not the baked good, though that does come up... this week we're talking about the household spirit found throughout Scotland and Northern England. A mischevious, pernickety fixture of households known for helping out at night - or if you'd upset them - making a mess, brownies prove to be self-confident queens. The stories surrounding these icon…
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Once upon a time, around the 16th century, an ominous land known as 'The Isle of Demons' was found on maps. And then it disappeared. This raised questions. Which raised more questions. Where did it go? Why did it go? What was the original Zealand? And does Germany exist? Join us as we attempt to answer some of these questions, mispronounce things, …
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What happens when you are an ass-hole to donkeys and strong women? You get something like the Donkey Lady of San Antonio, Texas at Old Apple White Bridge. A classic bridge story with hauntings, hooves, hoofs, wolves and maybe were-donkeys. At least some of those things. And ultimately we are left with another question...how would a Donkey Lady wear…
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It's just turned 2024, and there are many ways to celebrate the New Year. For example, in Greenland you might dress up as a mitaartoq for Mitaarfik and scare your neighbours for treats. You could also dance. That works too. Whichever you choose, we hope you enjoy our little exploration of a somewhat creepy but definitely cosy Inuit tradition. Just …
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Merry Christmas and Seasons Greetings to all! A once grand estate and manor house in England, Alton Towers attracts millions of visitors a year. We've got all four categories of ghost here folks - moans, door slams, orbs and Victorian children! From a cursed, chained oak to a woman in black with a penchant for decorating Alton Towers has everything…
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Sister Maria Crocifissa della Concezione was 15-years-old when she joined took her vowels. She was 31-years-old in 1676 when she wrote a coded letter whilst allegedly under possession of the Devil himself. A letter which took more than 300 years to decipher. Sources include: https://www.livescience.com/60442-possessed-nun-letter-deciphered.html htt…
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Today we visit Darlinghurst Gaol- Sydney's oldest standing heritage listed gaol complex. Join us as we explore its history and the ghosts its halls now hold, as well as proper referencing techniques, naked art classes, and a platypus named Bloop. Ghost Stories in the Sunlight wishes to acknowledge and pay respects to Gadigal people and elders, past…
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Happy Halloweek! This week we're talking about a stone with many names and many uses. Hag stones are also known as holey stones, adder stones and druid's glass, and have been associated with magic and folklore for millennia. From healing to invisibility, divination to chicken protection hag stones are the must need accessory this spooky season. Sou…
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Legend has it that the island of Poveglia is made of 50% dirt, and 50% human ashes. Whilst this might not be entirely true, the horrors and death the island has seen very much are, and their echoes remain to this day. Join us on a trip to the abandoned island. Just remember to bring your own snacks. Oh, and Happy Friday the 13th. Sources include: h…
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In 1931 the Irvings started hearing scratches in the wall. At first they put it down to rodents or maybe a dog, but one night they heard something that sounded like a baby babbling in the attic. The creature in the walls revealed itself as Gef, the spirit of a mongoose/weasel, able to shape shift, split the atom and speak. Gef continues to captivat…
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Happy Spooky Season! It's our favourite time of the year and we thought we'd recap some of the moments that didn't make it into the episodes. We hope you enjoy. Now about getting rid of that poltergeist in the mic... ____ All rights reserved (c) 2023 Ghost Stories in the Sunlight. Please rate, review, subscribe and really enjoy life. We appreciate …
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Elva Zona Heaster Shue was 23 years old when her cause of death was determined 'everlasting faint'. But that didn't stick. She made sure of that when she returned to visit her mother, and become known as The Greenbrier Ghost. Who became known in the "only known case in which testimony from ghost helped convict a murderer." Sources include: https://…
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It is a doozy this week folks! Liv tells the story of a young girl plagued by a spirit, who captivated Georgian England. Jess is actually cooperative, which is weird. So weird in fact, that Liv can't speak - fabulous when she's trying to tell the story. We talk about respecting all entities, the protective power of blankets, and that Jess doesn't t…
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In 1886 when Sarah Winchester purchased Llanada Villa in San Jose, it was an eight-room farmhouse. When she passed away 1922, there were some 160 rooms, 10,000 windows, 2,00 doors, 13 bathrooms and other fascinating architectural decisions following the 35 year almost continuous construction on what later became known as The Winchester Mystery Hous…
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Send out the pigeons and light the smoke signals - there's a new GSITS episode! Welcome back to the vault, the place somewhere and sometime. Jess was bored and the tiny bears wanted a story (Jess swears she didn't make them up) so Liv told the tale of Denmark's most famous haunted castle Dragsholm Slot. From Bishops to Grey Ladies Dragsholm has it …
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At around 6.15pm on Saturday October 21st 1978 20-year-old Australian pilot Frederick Valentich entered the cockpit of his hired VH DSJ Cessna plane and began what was planned to be a short routine flight. At about 7:06pm, Fred radioed from the air. He believed he was accompanied by a UFO. When the transmission ends abruptly 6 minutes later, so doe…
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York has been named the most haunted city in Europe with 504 reported hauntings. It has an illustrious history and plenty of spirits want to tell their tales. Liv relays some of those this week and introduces Jess to her newest obsession. We also establish that we are firmly anti-pact. Sources include: https://www.hauntedrooms.co.uk/haunted-places/…
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We're off to North America this episode to learn all about the Mexican folklore of La Lechuza. Maybe she's witch, maybe she's an owl, maybe something else entirely. What we do know is that she's probably quite particular with her choice of seasoning. Special thank you to 'Owlivia' for providing us with the idea for this episode. :) Sources include:…
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Welcome back! This week we explore the legend of the beast of Loch Ness. From 6th Century water monster to the cozy marine critter we know and love today, Liv tells the story of Nessie and how she came to occupy Scottish folklore. Sources include: https://www.historic-uk.com/HistoryUK/HistoryofScotland/The-Loch-Ness-Monster/ https://www.britannica.…
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Welcome back to the Vault! Today we explore two of the 19th century's most famous celebrities, Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini. One strongly believed in seances and the other wanted to be known for debunking false mediums. This story might not play out exactly how you expect. It's the Vault so things get a little weird - we might have to check…
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Join us as we enter the world of Fearsome Critters: crytid-like creatures from the Great Lakes Region in North America. We talk about the Squonk, the Tree-Squeek, the Jimplecute, The Duck-Footed Dum Dum, the Hugag and everyone's favourite 'circular engine of death' the Hoopsnake. Sources include: https://www.reddit.com/r/Satisfyingasfuck/comments/1…
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Borley Rectory became infamous despite existing for less than a century. Over 2000 paranormal experiences were recorded at Borley and each successive Rector and their family were affected. We explore the history of Borley and try to uncover some of the true story. We also have our first ever phone call on the podcast, experience a house ghost (mayb…
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Hello and welcome to the episode we talk about Leprechauns. Find out their potential origins, why they are part of a 'reverse Santa situation', and how to catch some of these icons of Irish folklore in this episode. But watch out...some of them are known for being a little tipsy. Sources include: https://www.livescience.com/37626-leprechauns.html h…
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Happy St. Patrick's Day! This week we travel to Ireland and explore its most haunted castle. Leap Castle has a long bloody, bitter and frankly spooky history - and the ghosts to go with it. Sources include: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leap_Castle https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mildred_Darby https://www.ciaranmchugh.com/gallery/the-bloody-chapel-at…
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Hollywood is full of legends. But when silent film actor Rudolph Valentino purchased a ring with a legend of its own, few might have predicted just how much devastation the one ring could leave in its wake... Sources include: https://www.ripleys.com/weird-news/cursed-ring/ https://www.paranormalcatalog.net/unexplained-phenomena/rudolph-valentinos-c…
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Liv explores the mythology and folklore surrounding mirrors and reflective surfaces. From ancient cultures around the world to rituals still observed today, mirrors have fascinated and intrigued humanity. Are they simply light bouncing off glass or do they reflect back our shared humanity? Also if you're a mirror creature please don't tell Liv. Sou…
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There is one "witch" from the Scottish Witch Trials that we know the face of. And Lilias Adie was incredible. Please join us for a story that proves even the most tragic tales can hold within them the brightest of lights. Sources include: https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/scottish-reunite-witch-skull https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/lilias…
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In an almost ghost town (St Bathans, New Zealand) there exists the Vulcan Hotel (not Star Trek related). In the hotel there exists the room number 1. And in that room there exists a ghost. Or a powerbox. Or Electromagnetic...Something. Sources include: https://www.odt.co.nz/regions/central-otago/jack-led-tour-guides-life https://www.roamingdownunde…
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Happy New Year! We're starting 2023 off strong by publishing some of the bloopers and things that didn't make it into last year's podcasts. Please enjoy our blunders and take them as a reminder to leave a light on for the coming year, and, well, always. You might even find out what Liv's Christmas present is before she does. _____ All rights reserv…
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Have you ever wondered why Santa wears red? Why he's called Santa? And why does he sneak around and give children presents? All this and more will be answered in our holiday special! From pickled heads, to knickerbockers and malted milk we've got your recipe for festive cheer. Sources include: -Horrible Histories: Horrible Christmas- by Terry Deary…
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As promised this episode Liv brings you changelings part two, exploring tales of changelings from around the world! We also talk about why a lump of iron is the best wedding gift and booking the Coles freezer section for early baptisms. We top it off with a sprinkle of eggshells and meandering discussions on history and humanity. __________________…
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Antarctica is a vast and mysterious place. With its waterfall of 'blood', abandoned shacks and fair share of tragic tales, no wonder its haunted. From McMurdo Station to Scott Base, the famous explorer Shackleton is not the only spirit you'll find trapped in the ice. Sources include: The Dead Roam the Earth: True Stories of the Paranormal From Arou…
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The Lunar Effect has long been blamed for many a strange happening, from increased emergency department visits to bringing on labour to outright madness. But is there any truth to this spooky phenomenon? Jess and Liv dive into the real story behind the Lunar Effect...and what happens to the animals in zoos during a total eclipse. Sources include: h…
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Can't believe we haven't done this one yet! Liv brings you just some of the legends surrounding changelings, fairies raised by humans. Were changelings nefarious fae mischief or the perfect retirement plan? It's a wild ride. Sources include: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Changeling https://sites.pitt.edu/~dash/changeling.html https://medium.com/her…
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Not sure what to dress as for Halloween? No worries. We talk about the fascinating history of Halloween costumes with a particular focus on some of the classics. Find out where our depictions of witches, vampires, zombies and sheet ghosts come from. It's a lot of fun but be warned- it's not all candles and crabs. Sources include: Mina Le video: htt…
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Look, we're not going to lie - this one is a bit of a schamozle. If you feel like some exploring some chaos, cats or Coolgardie's haunted house this is the episode for you. Sources include: http://www.wanowandthen.com/Haunted-Places.html https://www.kalminer.com.au/news/kalgoorlie-miner/historic-wardens-home-in-coolgardie-host-to-ghostly-encounters…
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Welcome back to the Vault! It's all chaos and time has no meaning here. But we do have a new vending machine... The Mystery Soda Machine of Capitol Hill in Seattle is a fascinating story filled with ?mystery? (and limited edition soft drinks). It's barely folklore and not a ghost story, but it is one hell of a story nonetheless. Sources Include: ht…
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What's creepier than an abandoned asylum? A haunted abandoned asylum with a ghostly music box. That's the story of Victoria's Larundel Asylum. Probably. We talk about that, recruiting potential future guests, effective ways to respond to feedback (the 'feedback shredder'), and how to make this podcast a tax write-off. Sources Include: 100 Tales fro…
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This week we cover the long and storied past of the Kalamunda Hotel and the more permanent residents. We also cover the finer points of the International Classification of Ghosts and if life size rag dolls are cute or creepy. Sources include: https://www.kalamundahotel.com.au/history https://www.ghosttourbookings.com.au/ghost-tours/halloween-at-kal…
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A lot has happened to lead us here to publishing this episode on National Missing Person’s Week. We discuss recent updates into the Somerton Man case. We also explore the mysterious case of the Isdal Woman, and perhaps the even more mysterious teaspoons. If you are affected by missing persons, please do not hesitate to reach out. Here’s some places…
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