The Haunted Stone Lion Inn

This Oklahoma haunting comes with a twist.  The place claims that for 30 years,  two people die every weekend at the location. The Stone Lion Inn, in Guthrie, Oklahoma, is an eight thousand square foot home with three floors and a basement. It originally cost $11,900 to build. The house was built for Frederick Ernest …

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 …

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 …

A Paranormal Plantation in Virginia

The Ferry Plantation House  is located in Virginia Beach, Virginia.  The land was first cleared by Native Americans and they possibly used it as a burial ground. Artifacts, like arrowheads, were found on this property. As Jenni states in our podcast, anywhere in America was probably Native American land at some point. In 1642, a …

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  …

Is Life Being Simulated by our Future Selves?

Last week on  The Crooked Key Podcast, Jenni and I looked at The Simulation Theory. I'd never given a lot of thought to the idea we could be a creation of a future generation of computer programmers. The theory is strengthened by the knowledge that we are quickly advancing technology in the area of gaming. …

Murder, Mengele, and the May Day Mystery

All good things must come to an end, and this is our last episode on conspiracy theories. It has been eye opening and amusing, to say the least. We are ending with discussions on Josef Mengele, Charles Manson, the May Day Mystery, the Philadelphia Experiment, and Codex Alimentarius. Episode 14 comes out today, and next …

Conspiracies and Our First-Ever Giveaway

This week we discuss Conspiracy Theories and the ways they get started. Jenni looks into theories about the Titanic. Some people question if it really sank. I get Jenni’s take on a lot of other stories from the world of conspiracy theories. There are some interesting (another word for crazy )theories out there. We’re going …

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 …

Witchin’ Tales of Murder

It's Thursday! That means another episode from The Crooked Key Podcast as we celebrate Murder March. Come join our podcast today as we look at deaths involving paranormal murder and witchcraft. https://thecrookedkeypodcast.libsyn.com When it comes to witchcraft of olden days, sometimes you hang and sometimes you become a rock star like this lady, Mary Bateman, …

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 …