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Haunted History Chronicles

69 EpisodesProduced by MichelleWebsite

Curl up and enjoy discovering the history and ghostly events that surround different places, locations and people.

69 Episodes | 2020 - 2022

Rest In Peace: Dark Cemetery Tales

September 30th, 2022


Cemeteries are designed as places for the dead to rest in peace. In today's podcast we explore dark history and tales of the supernatural involving …

A Haunted History Of Invisible Women: True Stories of America's Ghosts

September 23rd, 2022


Joining me today are the authors behind the book 'A Haunted History Of Invisible Women: True Stories of America's Ghosts' a book which explores …

Ghosts of The White House

September 16th, 2022


In today's episode we explore some of the history and hauntings from within The White House. From ghostly knocks, to apparitions of a soldier walking …

Evenings and Avenues- Hauntings in the Outskirts

September 9th, 2022


"It begins with a haunting whisper. A shadow slinks behind the rich woodwork in an old heritage house. Stairs creak. You make your way down a …

Fairies: A Dangerous History with Richard Sugg

September 2nd, 2022


On September 1st 1922 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle published his book, The Coming of the Fairies. With this important anniversary month we are going to be looking at the Cottingley Fairies as well as examining the history of …

The Ghosts Of Woodchester Mansion with Chris Howley

August 26th, 2022


Joining me today to explore Woodchester Mansion is Chris Howley who has been the Paranormal Supervisor there since 2006. Chris has been a highly respected paranormal investigator for many years and has appeared on a …

An Interview with David Goulden- Paranormal Events Manager at Nothe Fort

August 19th, 2022


David Goulden is the founder of The Dorset Paranormal Research Team a non-profit team focused on rational enquiry and the study of spontaneous …

Olde Tudor Ghosts- An Exploration of Ham House and Speke Hall

August 12th, 2022


In today's episode we explore the history and hauntings of two incredible Tudor properties Ham House and Speke Hall. These rare and atmospheric properties share glimpses of intriguing characters from the past, rumours …

The History and Hauntings of Derby Gaol with Richard Felix

August 5th, 2022


Derby has a reputation for being a hotbed of ghostly goings on. Stories of ghostly activities span generations. In fact it’’s difficult to turn a …

The Grey Ghost- The Haunting History of the Queen Mary

July 29th, 2022


Internationally recognised, the historic floating hotel and museum attracts thousands of visitors every year. It has also attracted a number of unearthly guests over the years. In fact, some say the Queen Mary is one of …

“I Would Still Be Drowned in Tears”: Spiritualism in Abraham Lincoln's White House with Michelle Hamilton

July 22nd, 2022


Joining me today is author and historian Michelle Hamilton to discuss her book "I Would Still Be Drowned in Tears" which sheds light on the Lincoln's …

Mummies, Cannibals and Vampires: A History of Corpse Medicine with Richard Sugg

July 15th, 2022


Joining me today is Dr. Richard Sugg the author of many books including the topic of conversation today 'Mummies, Cannibals and Vampires' where we discuss the gory and gruesome history of cannibalism as part of corpse …

The Pit of Ghosts- Haunting Stories From Deep in The Earth

July 8th, 2022


It is not hard to find ghost stories and accounts from people reporting paranormal activity from areas that lie deeper underground. These were often dangerous locations to work in and notorious for accidents and …

Haunting Tales of a Victorian Crime- The Ghost of Fanny Adams

July 1st, 2022


Alton in Hampshire, England, is home to a particular tragic and haunting story. A story that captured newspapers and imaginations at the time and …

Ghosts of Scotland- Edinburgh's Hidden History

June 24th, 2022


Mary King's Close is a historic area located under buildings on the Royal Mile, in the historic Old Town section of Edinburgh, Scotland. It took its name from one Mary King, a merchant burgess who resided on the Close …

Ghosts of Scotland- Tales Deep From Within Castle Walls

June 17th, 2022


A variety of ghosts are to be found in the houses, castle, inns, moors, lochs and ruins of Haunted Scotland. Scotland has always been a divided nation and its history is spattered with the blood of countless conflicts.

Intriguing Tales From The Local Mystorian- an interview with Eli Lewis-Lycett

June 10th, 2022


Joining me today is Eli Lewis- Lycett the founder of the multi-media project The Local Mystorian. With a view to providing new and unique insight …

The Singapore Theory- Exploring Costume as Paranormal Stimuli

June 3rd, 2022


Joining me today are two guests Rusette Auton and Karin Beasant. Karin has previously featured in season one when exploring The Jamaica Inn  and joined us today to share an amazing experiment that took place at …

Queen Victoria and Her World Beyond the Veil

May 27th, 2022


Death is something that shrouded Queen Victoria for most of her life- following her from childhood. Like many of her subjects, Victoria was caught up …

Letters With The Dead- Haunting Tales of the Reign of Terror

May 20th, 2022


The Reign of Terror was a period of the French Revolution from September 5, 1793, to July 27, 1794. With civil war spreading from the Vendée and …

Dark Tales of Premature Burial with Sarah Blake

May 13th, 2022


Tucked away behind residential streets in the heart of Lurgan lies the centuries old Shankill Graveyard. As you creep through its wrought iron gate …

Ghosts and Folklore from Shropshire with Amy Boucher

May 6th, 2022


Joining me in today's podcast is Amy Boucher a writer and folklorist who focuses on her native Shropshire. She is a passionate advocate of …

Ghoul Guide Wanderings with Courtney Eastman

April 29th, 2022


Joining me today is my very first guest from season one Courtney Eastman aka The Ghoul Guide. We got to sit and chat about Courtney's contributions …

Parapsychology and Near Death Experiences- an interview with Donald Molnar

April 22nd, 2022


In today's podcast I chat with Donald Molnar, MD- a practicing internal medicine hospital-based physician who is also interested in the existence of …

The Great Noise- The Power of Witchcraft Panic

April 15th, 2022


Everywhere through history you can see the scars of witch trials. Sweden is no different. 

In today's episode we explore the Torsåker witchcraft trials of 1668- 1676 and the mark it has left on the present with Easter …

The Empty Chair

April 8th, 2022


Roy Jenkins concludes in his biography of Sir Winston Churchill that:

.....Churchill, with all his idiosyncracies, his indulgences, his occasional …

Life Departing Visibly

April 1st, 2022


In today's podcast we step into the lives of some of the world's greatest literary writers. We explore their experiences of death and the afterlife and how in some cases this set them on new paths of exploration. As …

Introduction for Season 3

March 25th, 2022


A little over a year ago Haunted History Chronicles Podcast began and here we are with the beginnings of season 3. In this short introduction I have incredibly exciting information to share as well as some quick …

Off With Her Head- The Nine Day Queen

December 31st, 2021


In today’s episode we explore the story of a young girl caught up in the political conflicts of her time. It would see her rise to the highest …

Ghosts of The Future Yet To Come

December 24th, 2021


And so we reach the last strike of the clock, as we enter the Witching Hour. 

In A Christmas Carol the Ghost of Christmas Future is introduced as an …

Ignorance and Want- Haunting Visits from the Present

December 24th, 2021


"Most of all beware this boy, for on his brow I see that written which is Doom, unless the writing be erased." A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens.

As …

The Ghosts of Winter Past

December 24th, 2021


The events of the past are but shadows. In Charles Dicken's creation A Christmas Carol The Ghost of Christmas Past is a strange, otherworldly …

Digging up History- Macabre Practices of the 1800s

December 17th, 2021


Joining me in today's episode is Gina- one half of the double act we know on the podcast as Haunted History BC

We are going to be exploring the resurrectionists, crime and punishment and a …

Bring Out Your Dead- The Haunting History of a Plague Village

December 10th, 2021


In 1665 a tailor from Eyam ordered a box of materials relating to his trade from London. He unwittingly triggered a terrifying and deadly chain of …

Haunting History of Jack the Ripper

December 3rd, 2021


In the autumn of 1888 a series of brutal murders in the East End of London sent shock waves reverberating around the world. In today's podcast we explore what it was like living in the East End during the so- called …

The Haunting of Borley Rectory

November 26th, 2021


Borley Rectory was a house famous for being "the most haunted house in England" after being described as such by psychic researcher Harry Price. With tales of Borley’s ghosts first emerging as far back as 1863 it has a …

Monastic Ghosts- Haunting Tales from the Middle Ages

November 19th, 2021


Abbeys and priories around the world with their ivy-clad ruins have stirred the imagination of many eighteenth and nineteenth century authors of Gothic fiction, drama and poetry. Some monasteries in fact have tales of …

Paranormal Women- A Hidden History with Allison Jornlin

November 12th, 2021


Joining me today is Allison Jornlin a leading haunted history researcher, Fortean researcher, writer and spooky history tour guide in Milwaukee to discuss how women were largely responsible for building the foundations …

A Journey In Death with Aoife Sutton

November 5th, 2021


Joining me today is Aoife Sutton a doctoral researcher in archaeological and forensic sciences at the University of Bradford. Her research interests …

The Ancient Mysteries of Stone Circles

October 29th, 2021


When the Romans first sighted Britain they reported that it was shrouded in fog and mist. A damp, rainy, sinister island. An island of ghosts.

For centuries world famous monuments like Stonehenge have been revered as a …

Don't Turn Out The Lights

October 22nd, 2021


What is it about lighthouses that seem to make them ideal settings for residual hauntings?

Perhaps it is the age of many of these magnificent …

Ghost Lore and Crossroads

October 15th, 2021


Have you ever been out along a road or near a crossroad and seen something from the corner of your eye that is not there the next time you look? Maybe you brushed this aside as something you imagined you saw.  Maybe the …

Oxford's Haunted Streets

October 8th, 2021


The ghoulish manifestations of countless ghastly acts wander the streets of Oxford.

In today's episode take a journey with me around some of Oxford's …

Bridging Science and Spirituality in the Paranormal- an interview with Cherise Williams

October 1st, 2021


Joining me today is Cherise Williams- a paranormal investigator, tarot card reader and witchcraft practitioner. Cherise is passionate about the paranormal and has over 15 years of ghost hunting under her belt …

An exploration of The Stone Tape Theory

September 24th, 2021


Hi everyone, in today's today's episode, and following on from previous podcasts where this has been touched upon, we are going to be taking a closer …

The Feminine Macabre- an interview with Amy Bennett and Chris Amandier

September 17th, 2021


Joining me today to talk about their pieces in The Feminine Macabre I and II are Amy Bennett from Full Dark Paranormal and Chris Amandier from Buried …

Another Brick in the Wall

September 10th, 2021


Joining me in today's episode are Gina and Victoria from We are going to be exploring stories of immurement, the ghosts of London Bridge haunting the American desert, a Guinness Record …

Ghosts of War- Exploring the Hauntings of Battlefields

September 3rd, 2021


Joining me today is Erin Egnatz from Haunting's Around America. 

Erin is a ghost hunter, history lover and paranormal writer and author with a …

Update and Introduction for Season 2

August 27th, 2021


Hi everyone- just a little update and introduction for our brand new season. We have some very exciting guests and topics of questions to explore this season. I cannot wait to dive deep into these with you. 

Thank you …

The Feminine Macabre featuring Amanda Woomer

February 27th, 2021


Amanda Woomer is a paranormal investigator, researcher, world traveller, foodie, author and owner of the website Spook-Eats. She first became interested in the paranormal when she visited the historic Gettysburg Civil …

The Spiritualist Movement- featuring Kate Cherrell

February 13th, 2021


Joining me this week is Kate Cherrell a PhD candidate specialising in 19th Century Gothic. Kate lectures widely on Victorian mourning cultures and …


February 6th, 2021


In today's podcast you will have the chance to explore the history and paranormal activity surrounding a castle with over 1000 years of heritage, intrigue, murder, torture, ambitions, plots and so much more. 

It was …

A Paranormal Investigation of Llanthony Secunda Manor

January 30th, 2021


Llanthony Secunda Manor is an 800 year old manor house with a monastic history. This hidden gem does not disappoint and is one that we dive deep into …

The Mysteries of Tettenhall Towers

January 23rd, 2021


Tettenhall Towers was first built as a country house in 1771 before being turned into the school that it is today. This large country home was the …

The Jamaica Inn- Hauntings, History and Folklore

January 16th, 2021


The Jamaica Inn has long provided travellers with a resting place and ales.  It is also a location long associated with smugglers and wreckers- …

The Haunting History of Shrewsbury Prison

January 9th, 2021


Shrewsbury Prison that we see today was built in 1877 having been built to replace an earlier Georgian prison dating back to 1791 on the same grounds. This prison was finally closed in 2013 having seen countless …

The Ghostly Courtrooms and Cells of Shirehall

January 2nd, 2021


Shirehall in Hereford is one of England’s oldest working courts. This location is an impressive one that has seen many famous trials and notorious …

Quick Update

December 26th, 2020


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Everyone.

Thank you for all your support so far with the podcast- from messages, listens , follows on social media …

The Ghosts of Christmas Past

December 19th, 2020


"These are the shadows of things that have been. That they are what they are, do not blame me!" Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol

As the nights draw …

Home Away from Home Part 2: Haunting mysteries, tragic deaths & chilling beginnings of English pioneers in BC

December 13th, 2020


The first episode of this two part podcast was only a warm up.  Join us again with our special guests Haunted History BC as we give you even more chilling accounts of history and hauntings. …

Home Away from Home Part 1: Haunting mysteries, tragic deaths & chilling beginnings of English pioneers in BC

December 12th, 2020


This week join my guests Haunted History BC as we take you back in time to BC’s early days to the 1800’s as we travel among the realms of prominent early pioneers from England who settled in …

The Ghostly Lady In Green

December 5th, 2020


Sudeley Castle in Winchcombe in Gloucestershire is a place that you fall in love with for its tranquility and beauty. This castle has one of the …

Salem 1692

November 28th, 2020


Salem, Spirits, and the Supernatural:  How Superstition Crossed an Ocean

In today’s episode we will be joined by Josef from and to explore Salem: it’s history, the …

The Skirrid Mountain Inn

November 21st, 2020


It is here on these grounds that more than 180 people would be hung in the stairwell- the marks from the rope still present on the beams to this day. …

The Haunted Halls of Rolling Hills Asylum

November 14th, 2020


Joining me today to discuss Rolling Hills Asylum is Courtney from The Ghoul Guide over on . Rolling Hills is one of …

Margam Castle: Murder and Ghostly Hauntings

November 7th, 2020


Margam Castle has it all: murder, history and ghosts. 

A murder so gruesome that it would grip Wales in the summer of 1898 and continue to intrigue …

Halloween Special Part 2: The Pendle Witch Trials

October 31st, 2020


Part two of the Halloween focus on the rise of witchcraft today is going to be all about England’s most famous witch trial- Pendle Hill. In this episode you can explore the events of the trial and how significant it was …

Haunted History Chronicles: An introduction

October 19th, 2020


A brief introduction as to what to expect from future episodes and where all this began....

To support this podcast please have a look at the Haunted History Chronicles Patreon Page 

Halloween Special Part 1: The history of witches

October 17th, 2020


Part one of a two part Halloween focus on the rise of witchcraft.  Come and explore all things supernatural and put yourself in the right spirit for Halloween.  

Please feel free to send comments and questions via the …

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