Southern Mysteries Podcastactive
A couple of "chicks from the sticks" explore mysteries, myths and legends of the South. Hosted by Shannon Ballard and Traci Lee
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If you turn down Lands End Road and travel along it’s eight mile stretch during the day, you’ll find it to be a picturesque community on St Helena Island in South Carolina. But three legendary haunts have led to this road being named one of the most haunted in the South Connect on Facebook: on Twitter: on Instagram:
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To some cities, New Year’s Eve means a party and dropping a ball. But across the South, cities and towns skip the ball and drop some pretty bizarre things to ring in the New Year!  Connect on Facebook: on Twitter: on Instagram:
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This Christmas episode features a Tennessee Mystery, A Civil War Myth about Santa and a Florida Christmas Legend. We also feature some of your favorite Christmas memories.  Connect on Facebook: on Twitter: on Instagram:
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On November 24, 1956, Thomas Hotard was discovered dead in his car on Frenier Beach near LaPlace, Louisiana. The same day, Audrey Moate went missing. The two were lovers who had a weekly tryst at the beach and it was believed Audrey was in the car with Thomas when he was shot and killed. A retired detective, who investigated the case, chats with Southern Mysteries about theories surrounding the case and what he believes happened to Audrey.  Authorities are still looking for answers. If you have any information about this case, please contact the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office at 985-652-9513 Connect on Facebook:
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As we prepare for the holidays, we’d love to hear from you and include you in our upcoming Christmas episode. Do you have a favorite Southern Christmas story to share? Or a story about a Christmas you spent in the South? Let us know! Call 601-675-8797 and leave us a voicemail with your name, story, and the best way to reach you. And if you’d simply like to say Merry Christmas to someone special in your life, you can leave that message and we’ll pass it along when our Christmas episode releases on Monday, December 18th.   Connect with fellow fans and dive deeper into episodes and suggest show ideas in our Facebook Group! Join here:
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In 1923, an Augusta, Georgia newspaper printed a story about two female teachers who did not want to behead their holiday turkey. The teachers tried a different method to prepare their turkey for the oven –chloroforming the turkey. Shannon and Traci look into the story to determine if its fowl folklore. Connect on Facebook: Discussion Group: on Instagram: [...]
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Shannon and Traci answer the most common questions from fans: How We Met, Why We Podcast & What to expect from Southern Mysteries as we move forward. Connect on Facebook to join us for Facebook Live each week we release an episode: Connect with fellow fans and dive deeper into episodes and suggest show ideas in our Facebook Group! Join here: Follow us on Twitter:  
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From the 1920s until 1950, Georgia Tann used a network of powerful accomplices to take advantage of the poor and helpless in and around Memphis, Tennessee. Her crimes made her one of the most notorious child traffickers of the 20th century and led to countless unsolved mysteries throughout the South and across the country. Connect on Facebook: on Instagram: on Twitter: [...]
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In this episode we’re exploring an urban legend that has led countless seekers to a dangerous trestle bridge in Louisville, Kentucky. Connect on Facebook: on Instagram: on Twitter:
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In 1892 The New York Sun published a story about strange eels raining on small town Coalburg, Alabama. Did it really happen or was this a tall tale gone national? Shannon and Traci investigate with the help of Alabama weather historian, Bill Murray, and Alabama weird news journalist, Kelly Kazek. Connect on Facebook: on Instagram: on Twitter: < [...]
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For three weeks, in the summer of 1942, residents of Pascagoula, Mississippi were terrorized by “The Phantom Barber” who broke into homes and cut the hair of his sleeping victims. In this episode, Shannon and Traci discuss the attacks and strange events that happened in the years after them. Included is an interview with author, Sandra Moncrief, who grew up in Pascagoula and was a child when the attacks happened. Sandra’s family kept a “billy stick” in their Pascagoula home to protect her from the intruder who was obsessed with young girls. Sandra’s book, “The Phantom Barber” dives deeper into the investigation and includes interviews with victims. Connect on Facebook: [...]
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Preview of Southern Mysteries Podcast. Learn what to expect when the podcast launches on October 30, 2017 Connect on Facebook: on Instagram: 
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