HAUNTED VERMONT
S1: Ep. 6: The Spirit Capitol of the Universe

S1: Ep. 6: The Spirit Capitol of the Universe

May 15, 2019

 

In 1874 he became aware of the séances of the Eddy Brothers of Chittenden, Vermont. His interest aroused, Olcott wrote an article for the New York Sun, in which he investigated Eddy Farms. His article was popular enough that other papers, such as the New York Daily Graphic, republished it. His 1874 publication People from the Other World began with his early articles concerning the Spiritualist movement.

Also in 1874, Olcott met Helena Blavatsky while both were visiting the Eddy farm. His foundational interest in the Spiritualist movement and his budding relationship with Blavatsky helped foster his development of spiritual philosophy.

The Eddy Brothers were William and Horatio Eddy, two American mediums best known in the 1870's, who claimed psychic powers.

Sources: https://www.prairieghosts.com/eddy.html & https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eddy_Brothers

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S1: Ep. 5: The Caverly Preventorium

S1: Ep. 5: The Caverly Preventorium

May 2, 2019

 Pittsford Haunted House, was once known as The Caverly Preventorium or "The Vermont Sanitorium". Housing 100 patients that contracted the dreaded disease at the time with no cure, tuberculous. It held dark experiments from doctors, and lost fundings eventually leading to it's closure in 1967. It became part of what is now known as the Vermont Police Academy and then went to the Vermont Fire Department, where even today it is opened to the public during October for their annual Pittsford Haunted House.

Back in the fall of 2013, film makers Owen Mulligan and Jay Vos contacted Paul Dulski who runs Haunted Vermont to help find a location to shoot there last and final tale of there film that was released on October 27th 2014, known as DEAD STATIC. The tale takes on the true facts of witnesses claiming to see a small female child staring out on the second floor window. However since it's a horror film, not everything is true.

 

Watch Dead Static on YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4qNlwiyGU0   

 

Information courtesy from Rutland Reader

http://www.rutlandreader.com/the-caverly-preventorium-pittsford-haunted-house/

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S1: Ep. 4: The Haunted Bridge of Emily

S1: Ep. 4: The Haunted Bridge of Emily

April 15, 2019

Season One Episode Four takes us to Stowe, Vermont. Gold Brook Bridge is considered to be Haunted by a entity named Emily, her story is supposedly said that she committed suicide by hanging herself on the bridge while waiting for her groom that never arrived. However it is also said, this could be the bridge that isn't actually the one that is haunted. And if that's the real deal, how come this particular bridge is known to have someone or something there.

----VIDEOS----

Breath Evidence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzbXuxRsE98

Ruby Bates Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sajMa0ijyrU 

----EVIDENCE & MORE----

http://emilysbridge.com 

http://vermonter.com 

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S1: Ep. 3: The Road Named After a Ghost

S1: Ep. 3: The Road Named After a Ghost

April 1, 2019

 On this third Episode of Haunted Vermont, we read about a story that was very interesting. It has lead to a road, which happens to be the only time ever to have a road named after a ghost.

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S1: Ep. 2: The Curse of Black Agnes

S1: Ep. 2: The Curse of Black Agnes

March 15, 2019

A copper statue located at Green Mount Cemetery in Montpelier, Vermont is that of a male figure, sitting with closed eyes looking upwards, his head covered with a shawl. Like many similar legends, “Black Agnes” supposedly is cursed with the power to some pretty vile things to those who may be tempted to sit on his lap. The list of not so wonderful circumstances include a certain death within seven days and a range of just plain, bad luck.

One thing remains a fact. The statue is bestowed with the title “Thanatos” (Greek for the word “death”). John Erastus Hubbard (1847 – 1899) was a Montpelier businessman with enough wealth to have the statue created and watching over his final resting place.

John Hubbard was a business man in the Montpelier area in the 1800’s. It was said that he contested and inherited a sizable amount of money from a wealthy aunt, (who had originally left the city of Montpelier a virtual fortune). He set about the task of building a public  library for Montpelier, but at about 1/3 of the cost his deceased aunt had intended. Needless to say people in the area considered him greedy and mean spirited.

Some of the reported odd occurrences surrounding “Black Agnes” included glowing red eyes at night, blood curdling screams and other creepy noises. Some people believe that the statue was haunted due to the misdeeds and demeanor of Hubbard, while he was still alive. Stories were told about a number of people who dared to sit in the lap of Black Agnes only to be found dead later.

Source: https://vermonter.com/ghosts-and-legends-black-agnes/

Joe Citro audio used from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIIwqTp06cU  

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S1: Ep. 1: The Haunting of Wilson Castle

S1: Ep. 1: The Haunting of Wilson Castle

March 1, 2019

Welcome to the Premiere of HAUNTED VERMONT PODCAST, on this debut Episode we learn the History behind the 19th Century Castle. Which is the ONLY REAL one ever built in the heart of the Green Mountains. A place that is still available for weddings, but within these walls. Could one of the Wilson family members still be lingering around?

In this Episode I talked with the owner of the castle, Denise and volunteers Andy and Sheila.

Also appearing is Steve from South Glens Falls Paranormal Society, and John Dean known for his Terrorealm haunted attractions.

ABOUT THE CASTLE: The Castle has been the home of five generations of the Wilson family. It’s design is a blend of European styles. Part of the estate is presently in the Wilson Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization, to preserve its longevity.

The facade of the Castle is set with English brick and marble, and is dominated by nineteen open proscenium arches and shadowed by a towering turret, parapet, and balcony.

The residence of the 115 acre estate has three floors spaciously divided into 32 rooms. The interior features are highlighted with 84 stained-glass windows and 13 fireplaces finished with imported tiles and bronze. The Castle’s furnishings include Far Eastern and European antiques and museum pieces, complemented by statuary, Chinese scrolls, and Oriental rugs. The various rooms with their distinctive features provide an elegant and richly gracious interior – perfect for the wedding of your dreams.

On the grounds are cattle barns, stables, the carriage house, and the glass house and plenty of space in the scenic Vermont countryside.

Source: http://wilsoncastle.com

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AUDIO TIMELINE

00:00 - Introduction

00:50 - Wilson Castle Volunteers and Owner. (Andy, Sheila and Denise)

47:54 - South Glens Falls Paranormal Society. (Steve Brodt)

01:49:31 - Haunted Attraction Owner. (John Dean)

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