Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Ghoul on Ghoul

Jul 6, 2018

Amanda and Sarah spread some urban legends in this week's episode. Sarah tackles some Pittsburgh urban legends, including a doctor believed to be Jack the Ripper, the Clownman of Swissvale, and the many, many stories surrounding Blue Myst Road in North Park. Amanda recounts a childhood brush with Bloody Mary and the horrific origins of the Roky Erickson song "Bloody Hammer." Other topics covered include an attainable celebrity sex game, bad exes, and a scatological urban legend.
Amanda recommends you watch the 1997 sci-fi sequel Alien: Resurrection and the 2016 haunted doll flick The Boy.
Sarah recommends you watch the 2014 horror film The Quiet Ones.


Popular Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Urban Legends

Thought Catalog: 29 People Share The Creepiest Urban Legend From Their Hometown

Weird U.S.: Tales of the Blue Myst Road

For updates on future episodes and other fun stuff, follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram