Episode 35…A Gloomy Sunday at the Fairchild Oak

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Listen to Episode 35…A Gloomy Sunday at the Fairchild Oak

 

The Tripper take their first trip to Ormond Beach, Florida, and discover there might be more one the coast than just a few old Native American Stories.

They start at the infamous Fairchild Oak, which has been called at times the Death Tree, the Murder Tree, and the Suicide Tree. Christopher Balzano and Natalie Crist explore the history of the location and use the old cursed song Gloomy Sunday to try and see if the stories might be true.

You can also read more at the full travel log entry coming soon…

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  1. Pingback: Ghost Lights and Other Spirits in Ormond Beach | Tripping on Legends

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