Episode 59…Wandering Women and White Horses

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Episode 59…Wander Women and White Horse

Phantom hitchhikers are nothing new to the world of the paranormal.  What makes Julia any different?

With the summer winding down and Florida’s Haunted Love Stories at the printer’s, Christopher Balzano explores two Central Florida legends that did not make the cut for the book.  The first involves a white horse seen in haunted Sanford, Florida, where celery might have once been king but now ghosts are big business.  The second is a lonely Woman in White in Lady Lake whose backstory can’t be nailed down, but not for lack of decades of trying.  As we get more into the mysterious happenings it becomes clear there are signs that point to a dark cloud that has been popping up on our legend trips being involved in another one of our locations.

For a little more background, and some of the oddest and creepiest voices we’ve ever heard on tape, listen to our Sanford Episode…

Episode 18…Whispers and Screams from Shiloh Episode

Here’s our episode on The Woman in White which connects in an odd way to the story in Lady Lake

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Episode 33…Why Are all the Women in White

You can contact us with questions, comments, and your favorite legend or tidbit of folklore at spookytripping@gmail.com.

Feel free to call our new phone number during our lives shows to get involved or whenever just to share a legend you’ve heard to ask a question at ((813) 418-6822.

We’re still knee deep in the #hauntedlove project, so we’re especially looking for ghost stories with a love twist.

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