Shopping For Spirits in Washington State

If you find yourself in the Evergreen State, you should visit the Pike Place Market in Seattle. I guarantee this historical landmark has something to intrigue you . There are fish vendors, arts and crafts, book stores, herbs, fruits, vegetables, flowers, and so much more. It's both an outdoor and indoor market. Picture a maze …

Haunted Pine Barrens in New Jersey

When we think of New Jersey, we might think of Atlantic City or Bruce Springsteen. In this post, I'm going to introduce you to the Pine Barrens and many of the crazy, paranormal occurrences, including  sightings of a headless pirate ghost and a creepy cryptid. The Pine Barrens, also known as Pinelands, is 1.1 million …

Tales of Haunted Tennessee

This month on TCKP, Jenni and I look at tales of ghosts in Tennessee. Today, I'll explore the tiny, historic town of Rugby. Click the link to our podcast (right sidebar) to hear Jenni's account of haunted Wheatlands Plantation and more paranormal happenings. Why have I never heard of Rugby, Tennessee? Not only is it …

Haunted Leslie’s Family Tree Restaurant

Have you ever heard of Santaquin, Utah? I've been to Utah a couple of times but not to Santaquin. If you've  been there, you most likely had the 14 inch scones at Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant. Sadly, those legendary scones are a thing of the past. Leslie's closed down in November, 2020. I'm going to …

Haunted West Hills-Where Past Students Never Leave

  For Episode 65 of the podcast, Jenni and I looked at haunted Minnesota. Neither of us have visited Minnesota but it's definitely on my bucket list. How can you not go to a state with the nickname, 'Land of 10,000 Lakes'? On the podcast, I talked about haunted West Hills, located in Owatonna and  …

Ghost Stories

Each week, we are doing stories on haunted locations from each of our fifty states in the United States. If you have a location you'd like us to discuss, leave a message in the comments. Thanks for listening to our podcast.

The First Witness is A Ghost

Today, Thursday, March 26th, Jenni and I are talking about ghosts that solve their own murders. You're not safe from the dead. The link to our podcast is:https://thecrookedkeypodcast.libsyn.com/ Teresita Basa and her murderer, Allan Showery Here's a little information about the cases. Allan Showery didn't get much money from the robbery of Teresita Basa, but …

Not Your Normal Doll or Chair

Last week on the podcast we talked about the Annabelle doll and the Busby Stoop Chair. Both of the items were cursed and responsible for reeking all kinds of havoc. Both are now housed in museums where they can do no more harm. The chair is supposedly responsible for 6o plus deaths. Annabelle did things …

Spooky Discussion on “Are Ghost Real?”

Illustration from Haunted England by Christina Hole I'll be honest, we didn't answer the question in our title, but we did take a deep-dive into a number of topics regarding ghosts and hauntings. Our discussion included orbs, seances, apparitions, famous hauntings, and a whole lot more. In our third episode, we reviewed the movie, The …